History Characters / Irredeemable

12th Aug '17 2:51:28 PM Doug86
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* {{Expy}}: Max Damage combines elements of Metallo (especially the frustration at losing his senses when he powers up) and Giganta. Silver Age Giganta got stronger and tougher, but less intelligent, when she grew - Max loses brainpower more indirectly, through the severe sleep deprivation necessary to bring him up to full strength. His biker evoking design and crude habits might be nods to ComicBook/{{Lobo}} too.

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* {{Expy}}: Max Damage combines elements of Metallo (especially the frustration at losing his senses when he powers up) and Giganta. Silver Age Giganta got stronger and tougher, but less intelligent, when she grew - Max loses brainpower more indirectly, through the severe sleep deprivation necessary to bring him up to full strength. His biker evoking design and crude habits might be nods to ComicBook/{{Lobo}} SelfDemonstrating/{{Lobo}} too.
29th Jun '17 11:04:49 AM KizunaTallis
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* StepfordSmiler: He's the "Unstable" type with more than a few touches of the "Empty/Depressed" kind.



* YankTheDogsChain: In an in-universe example of AlternativeCharacterInterpretation, Bette Noir believes Tony does this to himself, namely that once he makes a genuine connection with someone, he worries they'll see [[WartsAndAll the darker and less savory aspects]] of him that he tries to keep hidden beneath a veneer of perfection, and thus punish himself for his own self-loathing. She may have a point...

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* YankTheDogsChain: In an in-universe example of AlternativeCharacterInterpretation, Bette Noir believes [[HisOwnWorstEnemy Tony does this to himself, himself]], namely that once he makes a genuine connection with someone, he worries they'll see [[WartsAndAll the darker and less savory aspects]] of him that he tries to keep hidden beneath a veneer of perfection, and thus punish himself for his own self-loathing. She may have a point...
15th Jun '17 6:37:25 PM Anddrix
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* GoodCounterpart: To Modeus. Both are super-smart, have a deep personal investment in Tony, [[UberMensch care nothing for conventions]] and seem keen on [[GenreSavvy figuring out how people's powers actually work]] [[SuperEmpowering and then enhancing them,]] but Modeus takes all those qualities in horrifying directions.

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* GoodCounterpart: To Modeus. Both are super-smart, have a deep personal investment in Tony, [[UberMensch care nothing for conventions]] and seem keen on [[GenreSavvy figuring out how people's powers actually work]] work [[SuperEmpowering and then enhancing them,]] but Modeus takes all those qualities in horrifying directions.



* GenreSavvy: He knew that with the Plutonian having gone evil, there was no one stopping all the ''other'' dangers the world faced.



* EvilCounterpart: To Qubit. Both are super-smart, have a deep personal investment in Tony, [[UberMensch care nothing for conventions]] and seem keen on [[GenreSavvy figuring out how people's powers actually work]] [[SuperEmpowering and then enhancing them]], but Modeus takes all those qualities in horrifying directions.

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* EvilCounterpart: To Qubit. Both are super-smart, have a deep personal investment in Tony, [[UberMensch care nothing for conventions]] and seem keen on [[GenreSavvy figuring out how people's powers actually work]] work [[SuperEmpowering and then enhancing them]], but Modeus takes all those qualities in horrifying directions.
25th May '17 11:39:18 AM Blastmasterism324
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24th May '17 10:19:44 PM Blastmasterism324
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24th May '17 10:18:44 PM Blastmasterism324
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24th May '17 10:13:59 PM Blastmasterism324
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24th May '17 10:09:36 PM Blastmasterism324
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20th May '17 6:49:31 PM RoninMacbeth
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* FunWithAcronys: Turns out his superhero name, the Plutonian is this, though it's not well-known. Pluto stands for Piety, Loyalty, Utility, Truthfulness, and Order [[spoiler: and the idea was from his foster father.]]

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* FunWithAcronys: FunWithAcronyms: Turns out his superhero name, the Plutonian is this, though it's not well-known. Pluto stands for Piety, Loyalty, Utility, Truthfulness, and Order [[spoiler: and the idea was from his foster father.]]
20th May '17 2:55:04 PM Eagal
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A collection of insane and extremely powerful aliens that the Plutonian gathers around him on the planet Genhom in order to [[spoiler: escape the intergalactic lunatic asylum they've been imprisoned in]].

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A collection of insane and extremely powerful aliens that the Plutonian gathers around him on the planet Genhom in order to [[spoiler: escape the intergalactic lunatic asylum they've been imprisoned in]].
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%%* BedlamHouse: See above.

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%%* BedlamHouse: See above.BedlamHouse



A pair of aliens that were imprisoned by humanity, and were released after the Plutonian's return to Earth. They are also [[spoiler:his parents]].

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A pair of aliens that were imprisoned by humanity, and were released after the Plutonian's return to Earth. They are also [[spoiler:his parents]].
his parents.
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