After a long captivity, Plutonian is back, and no one is safe. Today I will be reviewing Irredeemable #28. Please leave a comment to let me know what you think.
So let’s talk about the book. Now I apologize for not reviewing issues 26-27 but I was extremely busy. To sum up, in those two issues, the Plutonian manages to battle his way to the center of the planet while picking up some powerful allies along the way. When Qubit and Modeus arrive there, the Plotonian manages to find a way to escape the prison planet with his cohorts while stranding his two adversaries there. Now onto this issue. Just as the world is ready to move on from the destruction rained down upon them by the Plutonian, the big man himself returns. After marking his territory and destroying a few more cities, the Plutonian and his army of prisoners that he escaped with seek out the new Paradigm. They put up some petty resistance, but the Plutonian and his crew are just too powerful. When Survivor slips up and lets the new Paradigm know that he has no clue where Qubit is, they turn on him and Survivor is forced to flee while the Plotonian is laughing his ass of at everything that is going on. And that’s the book.
So let’s talk opinions. This issue was fun. It kind of brought us back to the beginning. The comic went from a state of calm, which it had been experiencing since the Plutonian’s capture, to a state of chaos and panic. I love the Survivor’s reaction to Tony’s big revelation. He really looked like a deer in headlights. That was freaking hilarious. Also, the way Tony’s crew dismantled Survivor’s team like they weren’t even there was priceless. In fact, I found this entire issue just ridiculously funny. What the hell is the world going to do now? Qubit and Modeus were the only two people with even a small chance in hell of stopping the Plutonian and now both of them are out of the picture. I hope Mark Waid has some sort of plan on making this book interesting because I really don’t want to read about the Plutonian killing everyone without some sort of resistance. I have faith that Waid will think of something. Onto the art. Another issue of brilliance. I loved the new face that Tony gave to the Earth. Maybe planet tagging will become the new hip thing thanks to this book. The fight scene was nicely done too. Tony’s expressions of mirth were done perfectly as were Survivor’s looks of fear. Overall, an excellent issue and a nice return for the Plutonian. That’s my opinion folks. Take it or leave it.
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|great story. nice action. good new story arc.||None|