History Comicbook / Irredeemable

7th Jan '17 7:02:24 AM JackDavid
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** Lieutenant Armadale is basically Commissioner Gordon with a lower rank.
11th Dec '16 12:15:08 PM R.G.
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'''Irredeemable''' is a ComicBook series written by Creator/MarkWaid, with art by Peter Krause and Diego Barretto.

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'''Irredeemable''' ''Irredeemable'' is a ComicBook series written by Creator/MarkWaid, with art by Peter Krause and Diego Barretto.
7th Dec '16 4:35:36 AM noheartxanother
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->''How did he come to this?\\
What became of the hope and promise once inside him?\\
What happens to the world when its savior betrays it?\\
What makes a hero '''[[TitleDrop irredeemable?]]'''''



The Plutonian was once Earth's champion, its greatest and most admired and trusted superhero. But something has gone terribly, terribly wrong. Seemingly without reason, the Plutonian has begun to wage war on humanity, killing indiscriminately, destroying entire cities and swiftly going from the planet's greatest hero to its worst mass murderer. A group of former friends and fellow superheroes, having narrowly escaped the Plutonian's ruthless and swift butchering of the superhero community, have determined to find a way to stop him; however, the Plutonian guarded his identity -- and most importantly, his weaknesses -- zealously, leaving them only with a few scraps of information to follow in order to find out why the Plutonian has turned his back on his former ideals -- and how to defeat him...

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The Plutonian was once Earth's champion, its greatest and first superhero, the most admired and trusted superhero. But of his kind, our savior...but something has gone terribly, terribly wrong. Seemingly without reason, the Plutonian has begun to wage war on humanity, killing indiscriminately, destroying annihilating entire cities and swiftly going overnight from the planet's greatest hero to its worst bloodiest mass murderer. A group of former friends and fellow superheroes, having narrowly escaped the Plutonian's ruthless and swift butchering of the superhero community, have are determined to find a way to stop him; however, the Plutonian guarded his identity -- and most importantly, his weaknesses -- zealously, leaving them only with a few scraps of information to follow in order to find out why the Plutonian has turned his back on his former ideals -- and how to defeat him...
6th Dec '16 5:48:29 PM Maljen
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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be nods to Oliver's characterization as a wealthy, carefree, and philandering socialite (if only when out of costume) in canon. The philandering in Bette's leading to tragedy.]]

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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be nods to Oliver's characterization as a wealthy, carefree, and philandering socialite (if only when he's out of costume) in canon. The philandering in Bette's case leading to tragedy.tragedy for not just herself and Gilgamos, but also the world itself from Tony's rampage.]]
4th Dec '16 10:00:27 PM Maljen
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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be nods to Oliver's characterization as a wealthy, carefree, and philandering socialite (if only when out of costume) in canon.]]

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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be nods to Oliver's characterization as a wealthy, carefree, and philandering socialite (if only when out of costume) in canon. The philandering in Bette's leading to tragedy.]]
4th Dec '16 9:59:15 PM Maljen
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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be nods to Oliver's characterization as a wealthy, carefree, and philandering socialite (if only out of costume) in canon.]]

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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be nods to Oliver's characterization as a wealthy, carefree, and philandering socialite (if only when out of costume) in canon.]]
4th Dec '16 9:53:35 PM Maljen
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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be a nod to Oliver's characterization as a wealthy, carefree, and philandering socialite (if only out of costume) in canon.]]

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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be a nod nods to Oliver's characterization as a wealthy, carefree, and philandering socialite (if only out of costume) in canon.]]
4th Dec '16 9:47:30 PM Maljen
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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be a nod to Oliver's characterization as a wealthy, carefree, philander socialite (if only out of costume) in canon.]]

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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be a nod to Oliver's characterization as a wealthy, carefree, philander and philandering socialite (if only out of costume) in canon.]]
4th Dec '16 9:46:14 PM Maljen
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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be a nod to Oliver's characterization as a carefree philander out of costume in canon.]]

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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be a nod to Oliver's characterization as a carefree wealthy, carefree, philander socialite (if only out of costume costume) in canon.]]
4th Dec '16 9:44:41 PM Maljen
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*** Bette's dynamic with Tony before he fell from grace, [[spoiler: the reveal that she cheated on Gilgamos with him, and how she ends up spending the apocalypse in the lap of luxury surronded by attractive men might be a nod to Oliver's characterization as a carefree philander out of costume in canon.]]
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