Incorruptible, Vol. 1

Incorruptible, Vol. 1 Review

The flip side to BOOM! Studios' break-out smash hit, IRREDEEMABLE examines the hard, difficult road to changing your ways and making a difference in the world...
Super villain Max Damage had an epiphany the day The Plutonian destroyed Sky City. When The Plutonian turned his back on humanity, Max Damage decided to step up. Now Max Damage has changed his name to Max Daring and turned from his formerly selfish ways to become... INCORRUPTIBLE.

Title:Incorruptible, Vol. 1
Edition Language:English

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    Incorruptible, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Anne

    Re-read 20183.5 starsI liked it better this time around, but most of my original feelings on the book stand. It's not awesome enough that I'd run around flapping it in random strangers' faces demandin...

  • Amanda

    In Irredeemable, Mark Waid explores what would happen if one of the world's most formidable superheroes flips a switch and becomes the villain. The Plutonian turns his back on humanity and instead ind...

  • Jeff

    What would happen if one of the world’s most notorious villains suddenly was wearing a white hat? Bad guys turning over a new leaf isn’t a new concept. It’s happened before even if it is a tempo...

  • Josh

    Not as good as Irredeemable, but still an enjoyable read....

  • William Thomas

    Although I was impressed with Waid's Irredeemable to the Nth degree, this book made little to no serious impression whatsoever.The character writing seems stiff and the dialogue in this series becomes...

  • Blindzider

    It's fun going back to the Irredeemable universe and seeing certain things from a different perspective. I'm not quite sold on the concept just yet. Don't really need a reason for why Max had a change...

  • Dave

    A companion series to the truly thrilling IRREDEEMABLE, this one does not hold up nearly as well. The main character seems inconsistent, and his motivations are sketchy at best.That said, it is Mark W...

  • Printable Tire

    The flipside to Mark Waid's Irredeemable, this story follows a super villain turning good after (let's just say) a traumatic incident. I didn't find it as interesting as Irredeemable as it follows in ...

  • Mike

    After three issues of Incorruptible, the freshness of this storyline is wearing off, and Waid's pedestrian dialogue is starting to grate on me. I'm feeling less and less of the fun of new things, and ...

  • Jesse A

    I really enjoyed how this series started. I've yet to read Irredeamable so maybe that will affect my views on this one but as of right now 4 stars!...