Irredeemable #22

    Irredeemable » Irredeemable #22 released by Boom! Studios on February 1, 2011.

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    The Paradigm fought, dreamed, and wished for a world without Plutonian — and now they have it! But what Plutonian left in his absence is as horrifying as the Mad God himself. And far away, in the depths of space, Plutonian finds himself an unlikely captive in a terrifying extraterrestrial incarceration of torture and horror. How he’ll gain freedom from captors even crazier than himself will send shock waves throughout the galaxy! Mark Waid’s Eisner & Harvey Award-nominated series reaches new heights in this explosive issue!



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    Is the Threat of the Plutonian Over? 0

    The world's most dangerous man has been taken away from Earth. What happens to him next?  The Good I always wondered how long the story of the greatest hero turned evil could last. So far the storytelling hasn't been a problem for Mark Waid. We've seen incredible destruction resulting from the Plutonian's rampage. Now that the deal made with an alien race has been fulfilled, the Plutonian has been removed from Earth and the threat is over, right?  From the first flashback of the deal made with t...

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