Irredeemable #1 mark waid is evil
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Written by Mark Waid Art by Peter Krause.

A comic book industry event: a new original ongoing superhero series from Mark Waid! Irredeemable dares to ask the question: what if the world’s greatest hero decided to become the world’s greatest villain? A "twilight of the superheroes"-style story that examines super-villains from the writer of Kingdom Come and Empire! With a special afterword by Grant Morrison. Covers by John Cassady (Planetary) and Barry Kitson.

Date Available: 04/01/2009

BONUS REVIEW by Shanna Berry

Dysfunctional super-heroes seem to be a trend of late, but that does not take the edge away from this uniquely mysterious, suspenseful story. Mark Waid has contributed to some of the best super-hero stories ever – and his reign continues. Fans of darker super-hero stories (such as Watchmen, Identity Crisis, or Superman: Red Son) will enjoy this story of an over-worshiped, all-powerful, team-leading supe who snaps and begins hunting his fellow supes. The brutality of the attacks is literally jaw dropping, and one question remains: Why? This issue was extremely dynamic, with an intense beginning, subtle reveals, powerful characters, and a sidekick’s heart-breaking betrayal. The issue feels like it could have been slightly longer, but had superb pacing. All in all – this was the best first issue to a series I have read in a long time, and being penned by Waid you know you’re in good hands.

I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams

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