Irredeemable, Vol. 8 (2020)

Irredeemable, Vol. 8 Mark Waid Peter Krause Diego Barreto Eduardo Barreto Damian Couceiro Irredeemable Vol The Plutonian s savage reign on Earth has begun and no one not even the Paradigm has the power to stop him this time Just when all hope seems lost an unlikely savior emerges from the wreckage and
  • Title: Irredeemable, Vol. 8
  • Author: Mark Waid Peter Krause Diego Barreto Eduardo Barreto Damian Couceiro
  • ISBN: 9781608860821
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Paperback
Irredeemable, Vol. 8 Mark Waid Peter Krause Diego Barreto Eduardo Barreto Damian Couceiro The Plutonian s savage reign on Earth has begun, and no one, not even the Paradigm, has the power to stop him this time Just when all hope seems lost, an unlikely savior emerges from the wreckage and the world of IRREDEEMABLE will never be the same Join Eisner Award winning writer Mark Waid KINGDOM COME, EMPIRE for this latest volume of the critically acclaimed superheThe Plutonian s savage reign on Earth has begun, and no one, not even the Paradigm, has the power to stop him this time Just when all hope seems lost, an unlikely savior emerges from the wreckage and the world of IRREDEEMABLE will never be the same Join Eisner Award winning writer Mark Waid KINGDOM COME, EMPIRE for this latest volume of the critically acclaimed superhero epic
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  1. Jeff

    The Plutonian is back on Earth and it s World War Hulk all over again Wait, Jeff The Plutonian escaped from an insane asylum the Hulk was trapped on a gladiator planet.The Plutonian is evil and a nutter the Hulk was getting revenge because the smarty pants Illuminati blasted him into space Plus, Hulk blamed them for killing his alien wife.The Plutonian wears a cape and tights the Hulk is gre Ha Okay, imaginary troll person who only exists in the dark recesses of my mind, how about they re both r [...]

  2. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

    Oh man Waid is without limits I can t believe that some of the things are happening in this book It s like a superhero fiction reader s worse nightmare Some major comic book storylines have flirted with the idea of absolute power corrupting absolutely, but Plutonian is relentlessly evil and corrupt, both morally and mentally morally Unfortunately, there seems to be no contenders who can really take him on, because of their own issues or limitations I had hoped that Plutonian would turn out to be [...]

  3. Arminzerella

    The Plutonian and his crew of escaped intergalactic mental patients supervillains have returned to earth and everyone remaining superheroes and humanity is in a panic Cary and Sy both attempt to convince their triplet yes, there are 3 , Elliot to join his power to theirs or die , and Gil kills the wrong brother and effectively snuffs out that possibility Meanwhile, the President enters into an agreement with some eastern nations they claim to have built the ultimate weapon to stop the Plutonian, [...]

  4. Alan

    Just a few too many questions to take this from enjoyable to very enjoyable Side characters, especially Bette Noir, provide further insight into the Plutonian s insane mind The world remains devastated, and the acting U.S president is asked to make a decision Would he kill 2 billion people to save five billion To many questions are raised and not answered here What happens to the new Paradigm and Scyalla s brother Are those really the Pltuonian s parents that we meet Are Qbit and Modeus really s [...]

  5. William Thomas

    I initially wrote glowing reviews for this series after reading volumes 1 3, but since then, there has been very little to keep me interested, except a hope that Waid can pull of one hell of a conclusion The problem with the series is that after the initial shock, after the dust has settled, there is very little for the reader to like Little to no character development, severely unlikable heroes, unlikable villains, inconsistent artwork, and a static story line This volume, though, puts it back [...]

  6. Kris

    The I read of this series, the I think that it contains every crazy idea Mark Waid ever had that he couldn t use at Marvel and DC, and man is it delicious.The comic is still good, but the parts with Survivor are the least interesting to me I d rather stick with the Plutonian because everything that happens with him is just damn riveting Ever wonder how someone who can t feel gets his jollies on Well, here you go.There are two volumes left, and I have no idea where this is going to go and how i [...]

  7. James DeSantis

    I read this two days ago.I can t remember what happened.I can t fucking remember a single moment.I think I m reading this series just to finish it What the hell happened I can t remember the last time I read a comic and forgot what happened I can t give this higher than a 1.

  8. Sam Quixote

    The wheel spinning continues as Plutonian makes it back to Earth but doesn t do anything new, just continues his wave of destruction So much for an intelligent character portrait, eh Mark Waid The book introduces yet new characters because Waid doesn t seem to have anything left to say about the original cast Survivor wasn t a twin he was a triplet So his last surviving brother is sought out to replace the increasingly unhinged Survivor, while the US government, along with the Japanese and Chin [...]

  9. Gavin

    We pick up Volume 8 with Plutonian back on Earth with a new crew of baddies, after having escaped the prison he was in and stranded Qubit in time and space We also catch up with the surviving members of the Paradigm, some of whom we weren t sure of the status of at allSurvivor continues his egomaniacal trip to chaos, thinking he s powerful enough to defeat Plutonian.Tony catches up with a past love who s broken, and some of the other Paradigm members seek out an unwilling ally who s been there a [...]

  10. ***Dave Hill

    Waid s book continues to lose creative gas, not helped by ugly art over too few issues with too many big panels for the price The Plutonian returns ho hum The guys who said he was taken care of are now not only his targets, but targets for all the humans who feel let down Again, ho hum Oh, and one of the heroes has a secret about his powers that may or may not give them a fighting chance against the Plutonian Ho see above.Recommended solely for the completist.

  11. Steve

    In this volume we get backstory on the major characters and some of the conflicts in their past We also see of the reaction of the world population to the Plutonian s rampage Again there is apparently enough here to make me wonder what is going to happen next I didn t think I d pick up Volume 8 and this one actually had a cliffhanger that looks like it will lead to a new, interesting direction.

  12. Miriam

    This series is dragging for me, but I want to know what happens Didn t enjoy the previous volume too much, nor the first half of this one But it improved when the focus shifted from Plutonian and the evil twin to Kaidan and then some new developments.

  13. [Name Redacted]

    The art seems to get worse as the series continues, often lackluster to outright poor, but the plottingOh the wonderful plotting

  14. Centauri

    SPOILER ALERTSo far, I think this volume has the least to offer in regards to thrills, surprises, and good story Plutonian just won t let go of his obsession with Bette The same can be said for Modeus in regards to Plutonian the guy even jumped over into Bette, which I can only guess will end horridly This brings me to the question how does the villain keep body surfing the way he does What science is that What magic has he decided to utilize Anyway, the fact that there is a third that shares th [...]

  15. Sebastian Song

    The Plutonian rages on as metahumans and humans rush for their ultimate solutions Time is of the essence though communication is sadly lacking among the many players involved.

  16. Nick

    I m almost done with this series, and honestly, I m kinda thankful Most significantly, the art is just atrocious Faces are horribly rough and emotionless, and often I am unclear as to what the characters are feeling when they do or say something It s just really, really bad, especially with the likes of Frank Quitely, Sebastian Fumara, and Dave Gibbons out there kicking ass The story is interesting and completely wild I like the way it plays with archetypes in superhero stories, and uses some of [...]

  17. Wing Kee

    World building was good and finally picking up some steam World The art is good as always The world building this time around is much interesting Giving us a glimpse of the world at large and the actions of the humans Additionally, it is setting up the pieces for the finale which I very much enjoyed Story The pacing and writing were both good and this arc was much enjoyable I think this is because we are getting to the end of the series and the tension is building again and there is a directi [...]

  18. Benjamin Featherston

    The Plutonian s return to earth is a mixed blessing for this series On the one hand, it puts the new Paradigm to the test, forces dramatic, unprecedented action from the powers of earth, and introduces new elements to the Plutonian s mythology On the other hand, the Plutonian s wanton destruction is aimless than ever, basically trapping him in a holding pattern while the interesting story lines develop around him While there are some interesting developments, this book lacks the punch of its p [...]

  19. J.E. Remy

    This volume was just a rushed rehash of the plot that was the previous 7 volumes Plutonian destroys the world The heroes screw up their attempt to stop them, ending in the death of one of their own Bette s infatuation with Plutonian leads to her downfall Plutonian s nemesis jumps into the body of someone he most cares about And Plutonian is captured by a weapon that is as dangerous to humankind as it is capable of capturing a god.I don t understand why this story was told at all Has Waid run out [...]

  20. Scott Lee

    Interestingly, while I enjoyed the volume and it read quickly, as I sit to review it, nothing really comes to mind Much like an adequate episode of a favorite T.V show, it is entertaining but unmemorable Upon looking back through the book to add a bit to the review I m reminded that the most interesting bits happened in the background rather than with the main characters Also, while I do not have the violently negative opinions of the art that many seem to have, it is maddeningly inconsistent.

  21. Norman Cook

    Just when you thought it was safe to form a world government to start reconstruction, the Plutonian is back and angrier than ever, and this time he has some alien allies to help him lay waste to the Earth What s a world leader to do Why not unleash an even greater threat that will decimate a third of the humanity that is still alive Seems reasonable to me And wait till you learn how the new threat is related to the Plutonian Mark Waid continues his thought experiment of what an unstoppable super [...]

  22. Ryan Werner

    This one dawdles for a quite awhile, but the ending run along with the sporadic revival of the original conceit make this one a step back in the right direction I m being positive because I really want to like this story, but it was a hard and fast dip in quality over the past few trades I m hoping these last two volumes return to the style of the first half and we get a focused line up to the ending If everything that happens is magically retconned at the finale, I m going to be pissed.

  23. Alex Sarll

    It started out with one brilliant concept what if Superman finally got fed up with everyone else s shit But it s become clear that the story has gone on too long, needlessly prolonged with twists which may extend the plot but don t feel necessary or productive A shame given Waid s cheerleading for creator owned comics and how they don t have to sacrifice artistry to commercial imperatives like the corporate product does.

  24. Cale

    It s been a while since I read the previous volumes, so I was a little bit lost with this, but it came back pretty quickly Returning to the devastation of the earlier volumes, Plutonian returns and becomes apocalypse unrestrained The remaining heroes are caught flat footed, and various schemes are set into motion, but nothing really closes here it s all rising action moving towards a larger finale Not bad on its own, but it s definitely just a piece of something bigger.

  25. Chris

    Even though the story doesn t have the same momentum it did in the first few volumes, I m still propelled through it with an enthusiastic desire to find out where we re ultimately headed.Tony seems to have landed in a bit of motivational and plotting limbo in this segment of the story, while those hoping to stop him are starting to pick up some steam.

  26. Dolores

    3 1 2 stars This series has twists and turns than a roller coaster But as much as I m fascinated by the psychology of a superhero turned evil, I m beginning to want to see some cracks in the evil facade There has to be some good in there SOMEWHERE A chink in the evil Come on All this unremitting violence is getting kind of old.

  27. Shannon Appelcline

    Well, we re back to the Plutonian terrorizing Earth Still, it s good to have him off the prison planet, which felt like such a digression Beyond that, Waid keeps things interesting with a handful of different revelations that combine to push the story forward All around, an interesting if too short read.

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