Incorruptible, Vol. 4

Incorruptible Vol The flip side of Mark Waid s Eisner and Harvey Award nominated series IRREDEEMABLE The world s most notorious supervillain turned superhero Max Damage returns to Sky City the scene of the Plutonian

  • Title: Incorruptible, Vol. 4
  • Author: Mark Waid Horacio Domingues
  • ISBN: 9781608860562
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Paperback
  • The flip side of Mark Waid s Eisner and Harvey Award nominated series IRREDEEMABLE The world s most notorious supervillain turned superhero, Max Damage, returns to Sky City, the scene of the Plutonian s first slaughter and finds that being a superhero is difficult than he could ever have imagined Max has to team up with his old enemies, the superhero team the ParaThe flip side of Mark Waid s Eisner and Harvey Award nominated series IRREDEEMABLE The world s most notorious supervillain turned superhero, Max Damage, returns to Sky City, the scene of the Plutonian s first slaughter and finds that being a superhero is difficult than he could ever have imagined Max has to team up with his old enemies, the superhero team the Paradigm, to take out history s most dangerous criminal, Modeus, once and for all What s , they have to do it without Plutonian s help Volume 4 of this super powered hit series

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    1. Poor Max Damage!He’s really working hard to be good, but those outside his small coterie of pals still aren’t buying into his reformed villain turned hero routine.Max has been devoting all his time and energy to taking down the rogue hero/mass murderer, The Plutonian, so what will happen when that task has been taken out of his hands? Even his pals aren’t sure how he’ll react.No worries Max, Ralph Waldo Emerson believes in you. He wrote essays and stuff that real smart people read.He’s [...]

    2. The animation looks cartoony. I.e. Max Damage looks like Bruce Wayne from "Batman/Superman," late 90s! HILARIOUS!

    3. I didn't love the art in this book, but I did like where the story went. Max finds out, like the rest of the world, that Plutonian is captured and imprisoned by aliens, and the world is 'safe'. That safe world includes his allies: Headcase, who still acts like one, and may be going off the deep end; Plutonian's former girlfriend, Alana Patel (who might not actually be the ally he thinks her to be); Armdale, the cop on the wagon, the only sober guy left seemingly; ande Paradigm?The Paradigm and M [...]

    4. Mark Waid continues his solid story telling of Max Damage's redemption trail. Damage might be holding himself to a higher standard than the heroes and politicians who survived the Plutonian's mass murder spree. Max is willing to make hard decisions even if means putting a current friend in an institution or taking down old friends. And, he seems to be seeing the big picture better than the heroes when it comes to helping the survivors.

    5. Poor character development and story make for a boring read. World: The art is good, I love the slightly stylized art giving the world and characters more character. The world building this time around had it's moments. Tying the main series with this one was good and gave the world a much larger feel. But that's all in terms of world building. The stuff with the rich is pointless and boring. Story: So far this series has been quite enjoyable because of the quality of the writing. It's still not [...]

    6. Max Damage comes up with a plan to stop Plutonian, however before he can enact it, Plutonian is already defeated by aliens that Hornet made a deal with (see Iredeemable volume 5). The Paradigm come find Max and try to strike a deal with him to help Coalville in exchange for Max's continued good behavior. Other forces at work make this deal seem almost impossible. I felt like some of Paradigm's personalities were very different in this graphic novel then in Irredeemable, however since Irredeemabl [...]

    7. Things take a twisted turn in the 4th installment of the Incorruptible series. Despite continuing his road to redemption, Max is facing a city falling apart around him. Plutonian's ex, Alana Patel, has taken it upon herself to be his moral compass. His new partner Annie - going by Headcase now - is showing severe signs of depression and insanity as she loses herself in the crime-fighting gig. Even worse, Plutonian's old hero team, the Paradigm, has shown up to either arrest Max or force him onto [...]

    8. Max Damage is figuring out the master plan to defeat the mad hero, the Plutonian. But what happens when his crazy, homicidal sidekick turns out to be well, crazy and homicidal. Or when the heroes of the world don't think Max should be offered a chance to reform? Or when the Plutonian gets taken care of by other means? Will Max return to being a villain ?This series is maintaining its creative steam better than "Irredeemable" -- even if the art is mediocre and space-consuming, and the book colle [...]

    9. When I saw that they were expanding Irredeemable into another book, I worried that Waid would dilute the story with too much tie in. But this book was actually really good, and can be read without Irredeemable (though an understanding of that world make this story better). I was really drawn in by Max Damage and he is a really well done character and I am also enjoying the character of Armadale. I'm on the fence about Jailbait - she is a bit thin right now but she has potential to rise above the [...]

    10. Just as Irredeemable was spinning off in crazy directions that suggested it'd run too long, Waid's Incorruptible hits its height. It's all about character, and Waid shows us new depths of character for Max, Alana, and Annie, and it's entirely intriguing. It's also nice to see Max interact with the larger world in the form of the Paradigm, to help draw the whole saga together.

    11. Bleahphomoric artwork and a sketchy story that wouldn't be worthy of print if the writer didn't own the company. Guess I'll keep reading as long as I'm this far in, but this is really disappointing.

    12. Another solid entry in the ongoing tale of Max Damage's redemption. I particularly enjoyed the crossover elements from the Plutonian's story in Irredeemable and the inclusion of his former teammates the Paradigm.

    13. I read 3 and 4 in a rush and can't distinguish them now. Seeing Paradigm was kind of fun, and the Alana-Max dynamic may turn out to be interesting, but mostly I was bored by the White Supremacist angle. And the art has really gone downhill. I'll keep reading, but I hope it gets better again.

    14. As the Incorruptible series heads to the end of the run the great storyline continues. Very recommended

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