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The discovery of a new strength among the shattered Paradigm reinvigorates the superhero coalition’s fight against the Plutonian. But will it be enough when the Plutonian strikes out against them with a deadly force never before seen? All the while, an unspeakable plan that brings up remnants from the past threatens to fracture the Paradigm once again. Find out why Mark Waid’s Eisner Award-nominated series is called “one of the best superhero stories of the decade!”

Writer: Mark Waid
Artist: Peter Krause

Price: $3.99
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akamuu09/09/10NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.5
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  1. Always fun.

  2. We think so!

  3. @peterkrause since your return this book jumped in quality.

  4. mikeandzod21,

    Thanks for the kind words, although I think Diego did a great job filling in.

    I’m excited about the reaction to some of the revelations in this issue.  Mark Waid hit this one out of the park! 

  5. @peterkrause I’m just saying the book feels reinvigorated since your return sir

  6. I love this book 

  7. Have to read this again, there was a lot of new plot points, etc.   For example, did Qubit basically say that he doesn’t want to kill Plutonian because he thinks he’s earned more compassion from humanity since he saved them in the past multiple times?  I’m beginning to think that Survivor is the more intelligent guy here. 

    Hey Peter, shouldn’t those robots have been a little more explicit?!! 

    I have no idea where the end of this issue will lead next issue.  What happens next?  I know, I know, tune in same Irredeemable time, same Irredeemable channel.

  8. I wish the trades would come out faster … 🙁

  9. Mr. Krause thanks to you and Mr. Waid for another knock-out issue!!
    The very last panel in it is one I just can’t shake from my mind’s eye; the dialogue and expression on Tony’s face really creeped me out when I read it.

  10. Urthona,

    I suppose they could’ve been, but that would have spoiled the surprise in the text. You make a good point–I might have been able to hide certain "parts" by overlapping the robots.


    Thanks for the compliment. Yeah, it’s fun drawing Tony when he gets all scary.

    Next month we’ll see what happens. It includes perhaps my favorite page between Tony and Samsara/Modeus. 

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