Monday, May 09, 2011

CBR Review: Irredeemable #25

I recently reviewed Irredeemable #25 for CBR and, in the process, wrote the following sentences: "During its first year, Irredeemable constantly surprised in its slow reveals about the Superman-esque Plutonian and his fall from grace. At first, it was surprising that such a wholesome and beloved hero could become a mass murderer that left the world shattered. Then, as we learned more about the Plutonian and his past, it was surprising that he had managed to not snap quicker. That shift was surprising and drove the series to a degree. But, since resolving the Plutonian threat on Earth, the book has fallen off the radar of many. Like so many good books, I think it’s simply taken for granted. Issue 25 is another good issue in a comic that has managed to maintain a high level of quality for, now, over two years."

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