Irredeemable, Vol. 4 (Irredeemable #4; issues 13-16)

Irredeemable, Vol. 4 (Irredeemable #4; issues 13-16)

What happens when a superhero falls? A comic book industry event continues: Volume 4 of the new original ongoing superhero series from Mark Waid! IRREDEEMABLE dares to ask the question: what if the world's greatest hero decided to become the world's greates villain? A " twlilight of the superheroes "-style story that examines super-villains from the writer of KINGDOM COME a What happens when a superhero falls? A comic book industry event continues: Volume 4 of the new original ongoing s...

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Title:Irredeemable, Vol. 4 (Irredeemable #4; issues 13-16)
Author:Mark Waid
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1608860299
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

Irredeemable, Vol. 4 (Irredeemable #4; issues 13-16) Reviews

  • Joe Young
    Jul 25, 2012

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

  • Roman Colombo
    Jun 20, 2016

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

    I'm sort of touch-and-go with this series. This volume made up for the last one so that momentum will probably carry me on to vol. 5. Still, just seems like this series goes on and on. Not sure I can hang in there for the whole thing. Maybe Incorruptable will help the interest level. Y...

    Review posted in volume one. ...

    The special was great, and the series consistently good. Looking forward to volume 5. ...

  • Miriam
    Dec 19, 2015

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

  • Nicholas
    Jul 03, 2014

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

    I'm sort of touch-and-go with this series. This volume made up for the last one so that momentum will probably carry me on to vol. 5. Still, just seems like this series goes on and on. Not sure I can hang in there for the whole thing. Maybe Incorruptable will help the interest level. Y...

    Review posted in volume one. ...

  • Michelle Cristiani
    Aug 29, 2015

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

    I'm sort of touch-and-go with this series. This volume made up for the last one so that momentum will probably carry me on to vol. 5. Still, just seems like this series goes on and on. Not sure I can hang in there for the whole thing. Maybe Incorruptable will help the interest level. Y...

    Review posted in volume one. ...

    The special was great, and the series consistently good. Looking forward to volume 5. ...

    3 1/4 stars ...

    A terrific climax to several volumes worth of stories, every bit as bloody as expected, plus some nice backstory on a variety of characters. ...

    Super good guy becomes super bad guy, on a major scale. Nice artwork. The change effects all his former teammates in a major way. ...

    More and more intricate. Amazing how I feel I know the characters even though I've just been introduced to them. And now I kind-of have a crush on Qubit! ...

  • Patrick
    Oct 26, 2016

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

    I'm sort of touch-and-go with this series. This volume made up for the last one so that momentum will probably carry me on to vol. 5. Still, just seems like this series goes on and on. Not sure I can hang in there for the whole thing. Maybe Incorruptable will help the interest level. Y...

    Review posted in volume one. ...

    The special was great, and the series consistently good. Looking forward to volume 5. ...

    3 1/4 stars ...

    A terrific climax to several volumes worth of stories, every bit as bloody as expected, plus some nice backstory on a variety of characters. ...

    Super good guy becomes super bad guy, on a major scale. Nice artwork. The change effects all his former teammates in a major way. ...

  • Erik
    Mar 13, 2011

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

  •  Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)
    Jun 22, 2014

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

  • Anne
    May 15, 2018

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

    I'm sort of touch-and-go with this series. This volume made up for the last one so that momentum will probably carry me on to vol. 5. Still, just seems like this series goes on and on. Not sure I can hang in there for the whole thing. Maybe Incorruptable will help the interest level. Y...

    Review posted in volume one. ...

    The special was great, and the series consistently good. Looking forward to volume 5. ...

    3 1/4 stars ...

    A terrific climax to several volumes worth of stories, every bit as bloody as expected, plus some nice backstory on a variety of characters. ...

    Super good guy becomes super bad guy, on a major scale. Nice artwork. The change effects all his former teammates in a major way. ...

    More and more intricate. Amazing how I feel I know the characters even though I've just been introduced to them. And now I kind-of have a crush on Qubit! ...

    The story progresses! ...

    Wow. Just ... wow. One of the striking things about an original series that takes the notion of a Superman gone mad and willing to make the world of humanity burn is that no one is safe. Heroes. Villains. Ordinary men and women. All are completely disposable, as witnessed in this volum...

    Whatever Gil is, he is persistent, and a bit mad. His determination may be what finally wins the day? I think psychology is what will determine the final battle. Plutonian will not be defeated by brute strength or raw power. It will take a mental attack of great magnitude, one that res...

    Starts out very strong, but does lose steam and starts to meander towards the mid-point of the series. The second half of the series is not terrible, just okay. I recommend reading the series issue-by-issue with a few days between each and not just in one long sitting, like I did. The ...

    Read as part of Irredeemable Premier Vol. 2 ...

  • Arminzerella
    Nov 07, 2010

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

  • Sonic
    Jul 01, 2011

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

  • Tom
    Mar 16, 2014

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

  • Jokoloyo
    Feb 11, 2018

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

  • Alan
    Nov 29, 2010

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

  • Justin
    Dec 22, 2010

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

  • Ryan Werner
    Nov 02, 2015

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

  • Sam Quixote
    Nov 19, 2012

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

  • Shannon Appelcline
    Jul 24, 2012

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

    I'm sort of touch-and-go with this series. This volume made up for the last one so that momentum will probably carry me on to vol. 5. Still, just seems like this series goes on and on. Not sure I can hang in there for the whole thing. Maybe Incorruptable will help the interest level. Y...

    Review posted in volume one. ...

    The special was great, and the series consistently good. Looking forward to volume 5. ...

    3 1/4 stars ...

    A terrific climax to several volumes worth of stories, every bit as bloody as expected, plus some nice backstory on a variety of characters. ...

  • Jacob
    Apr 04, 2016

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

    I'm sort of touch-and-go with this series. This volume made up for the last one so that momentum will probably carry me on to vol. 5. Still, just seems like this series goes on and on. Not sure I can hang in there for the whole thing. Maybe Incorruptable will help the interest level. Y...

    Review posted in volume one. ...

    The special was great, and the series consistently good. Looking forward to volume 5. ...

    3 1/4 stars ...

    A terrific climax to several volumes worth of stories, every bit as bloody as expected, plus some nice backstory on a variety of characters. ...

    Super good guy becomes super bad guy, on a major scale. Nice artwork. The change effects all his former teammates in a major way. ...

    More and more intricate. Amazing how I feel I know the characters even though I've just been introduced to them. And now I kind-of have a crush on Qubit! ...

    The story progresses! ...

  • Gavin
    Jul 23, 2013

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

  • Jeff
    Jul 10, 2015

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

  • James DeSantis
    Jun 08, 2016

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

  • Terry Collins
    May 03, 2018

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

    I'm sort of touch-and-go with this series. This volume made up for the last one so that momentum will probably carry me on to vol. 5. Still, just seems like this series goes on and on. Not sure I can hang in there for the whole thing. Maybe Incorruptable will help the interest level. Y...

    Review posted in volume one. ...

    The special was great, and the series consistently good. Looking forward to volume 5. ...

    3 1/4 stars ...

    A terrific climax to several volumes worth of stories, every bit as bloody as expected, plus some nice backstory on a variety of characters. ...

    Super good guy becomes super bad guy, on a major scale. Nice artwork. The change effects all his former teammates in a major way. ...

    More and more intricate. Amazing how I feel I know the characters even though I've just been introduced to them. And now I kind-of have a crush on Qubit! ...

    The story progresses! ...

    Wow. Just ... wow. One of the striking things about an original series that takes the notion of a Superman gone mad and willing to make the world of humanity burn is that no one is safe. Heroes. Villains. Ordinary men and women. All are completely disposable, as witnessed in this volum...

  • Centauri
    Dec 24, 2017

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

    I'm sort of touch-and-go with this series. This volume made up for the last one so that momentum will probably carry me on to vol. 5. Still, just seems like this series goes on and on. Not sure I can hang in there for the whole thing. Maybe Incorruptable will help the interest level. Y...

    Review posted in volume one. ...

    The special was great, and the series consistently good. Looking forward to volume 5. ...

    3 1/4 stars ...

    A terrific climax to several volumes worth of stories, every bit as bloody as expected, plus some nice backstory on a variety of characters. ...

    Super good guy becomes super bad guy, on a major scale. Nice artwork. The change effects all his former teammates in a major way. ...

    More and more intricate. Amazing how I feel I know the characters even though I've just been introduced to them. And now I kind-of have a crush on Qubit! ...

    The story progresses! ...

    Wow. Just ... wow. One of the striking things about an original series that takes the notion of a Superman gone mad and willing to make the world of humanity burn is that no one is safe. Heroes. Villains. Ordinary men and women. All are completely disposable, as witnessed in this volum...

    Whatever Gil is, he is persistent, and a bit mad. His determination may be what finally wins the day? I think psychology is what will determine the final battle. Plutonian will not be defeated by brute strength or raw power. It will take a mental attack of great magnitude, one that res...

  • Jesse A
    May 11, 2014

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

  • Andrew
    Oct 06, 2015

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

    I'm sort of touch-and-go with this series. This volume made up for the last one so that momentum will probably carry me on to vol. 5. Still, just seems like this series goes on and on. Not sure I can hang in there for the whole thing. Maybe Incorruptable will help the interest level. Y...

  • Lono
    Oct 06, 2015

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

  • Julio Bonilla
    Aug 16, 2017

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

  • Eric
    Jan 28, 2016

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

    I'm sort of touch-and-go with this series. This volume made up for the last one so that momentum will probably carry me on to vol. 5. Still, just seems like this series goes on and on. Not sure I can hang in there for the whole thing. Maybe Incorruptable will help the interest level. Y...

    Review posted in volume one. ...

    The special was great, and the series consistently good. Looking forward to volume 5. ...

    3 1/4 stars ...

  • JB
    May 22, 2018

    Spoilerish review for those who haven?t read the series. He didn?t mean that. Honest. What with losing his marbles and killing a gazillion people. Cut the guy some slack. Unless, of course, you?ve been incinerated, fallen 1000 feet to your death or been ripped limb ...

    This volume is getting what usually taking place that usually take i the middle of soap opera. Predictable but with pretty good execution. ...

    Irredeemable volume 4 includes the Irredeemable Special (which wasn?t really all that special) and then continues on with the core story. The ?Special? had some mildly interesting prequel stuff that focuses on Hornet, Kaiden, and Max Damage (of Waid?s other related series Incor...

    This is getting ridiculous - I?ve read four books in this series now and for the life of me can?t find a single thing wrong with it. Most series tend to sag somewhere around Book 4 but this book is brilliant like the previous 3. I cannot fault it, Mark Waid is just doing all the ri...

    Volume 4 keeps up the great pace... the Paradigm is falling apart, one of them dies, one of them is exposed for a failure, and the team has a chance to defeat Plutonian, but inexplicably, one of the team prevents that from happening...will we find out why? Honestly these are all go...

    The cover shows The Plutonian standing tall, holding earth over his head. He's staring at the reader. SECRETS ARE REVEALED! The battle continues between Cary/Survivor & Tony. Sam is actually Modeus. Plus we learn how Max Damage found Jailbait. ...

    Ok. This volume bored the shit out of me. This series has one more volume to pick up or I'm probably out. ...

    Although the premise of this series is an original enough ? pushing the concept that not only does power corrupt, but that absolute power corrupts absolutely ? my interest started to wane for the very first time with this latest volume. At first I thought it was because of the spli...

    This volume picks up the pacing and a lot of shit happens in a small amount of time. So we get a lot more background, a lot more history, and I love it. I enjoy watching characters grow, it's my favorite part of reading, so this offered a lot. More into why this Superman like hero ...

    The art was good, as always, and a couple important-for-later plot points were made, but overall it felt kind of slight. Too much rehashing of stuff that happened in earlier volumes. ...

    In this installment we get some payoff from the plot threads laid down in volume three. Bette Noir's marriage is on the rocks, but so is her sanity and chances for redemption. Bette wants people to forgive her for not revealing that she had a likely weapon for killing the Plutonian whe...

    Mark Waid - writer Peter Krause - artist 5/5 stars The Paradigm escape from prison and make a deal with the extra-dimensional demon Orian in order to take out the Plutonion. A weapon that can damage the Plutonion is created, and the heroes stage a desperate attack on their forme...

    I used to get Mark Waid and Mark Millar mixed up. They both do write for independents and they both have a flair for the diabolical. Then I started to think that Waid is a watered down Millar. (Yeah I know, I'm a jerk, ...) But now I am certain of it. As the story continues it s...

    Too much is going on within this series to write critically about it without giving away all the secrets that are exposed in the fourth volume of Mark Waid?s IRREDEEMABLE, so here?s what readers absolutely need to know: 1. The plot thickens in more ways than one here. For those ...

    I'm at the point where I have hardly any sympathy for Plutonian. I'm sure that's the point. His nuclear-level, over-the-top temper tantrum has cost the lives of millions of innocents, and his homicidal impulses are unchecked. I mean, get over it. I think many of us have lived through b...

    There's a lot of recap and history in this volume - who were all of these superheroes before they met and hooked up with the Plutonian? And how much have their lives changed since he blew his top and went rogue? In the last installment, we learned that Bette Noir had the means to defea...

    The potential good news is the Plutonian's sidekick appears to be OK. The bad news is the sidekick isn't really, since the Plutonian's greatest enemy, Luthor to his Superman, is possessing the body. Volume 4 goes from there, showing the Paradigm's escape from military custody, and back...

    The only problem I had with this one was the little mini-arcs/issues didn't add much, and they threw me off a bit as I went from the third trade to the fourth. Also, as I've decided to not read Incorruptible until I finish this, the Max Damage stuff didn't resonate with me, despite kno...

    I'm sort of touch-and-go with this series. This volume made up for the last one so that momentum will probably carry me on to vol. 5. Still, just seems like this series goes on and on. Not sure I can hang in there for the whole thing. Maybe Incorruptable will help the interest level. Y...

    Review posted in volume one. ...

    The special was great, and the series consistently good. Looking forward to volume 5. ...

    3 1/4 stars ...

    A terrific climax to several volumes worth of stories, every bit as bloody as expected, plus some nice backstory on a variety of characters. ...

    Super good guy becomes super bad guy, on a major scale. Nice artwork. The change effects all his former teammates in a major way. ...

    More and more intricate. Amazing how I feel I know the characters even though I've just been introduced to them. And now I kind-of have a crush on Qubit! ...

    The story progresses! ...

    Wow. Just ... wow. One of the striking things about an original series that takes the notion of a Superman gone mad and willing to make the world of humanity burn is that no one is safe. Heroes. Villains. Ordinary men and women. All are completely disposable, as witnessed in this volum...

    Whatever Gil is, he is persistent, and a bit mad. His determination may be what finally wins the day? I think psychology is what will determine the final battle. Plutonian will not be defeated by brute strength or raw power. It will take a mental attack of great magnitude, one that res...

    Starts out very strong, but does lose steam and starts to meander towards the mid-point of the series. The second half of the series is not terrible, just okay. I recommend reading the series issue-by-issue with a few days between each and not just in one long sitting, like I did. The ...