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As promised I’m back with thoughts on the series Irredeemable. Seeing that I’ve been slacking on a lot of good comics, I’ve also decided to start a new feature “I Finally Read It.” This will give me a good excuse to catch up with all the great things I’ve been hearing about in the sequential […]
Great things are happening on Giant-Size Podcast this week. -We’d like to welcome Andy Malin as a new ongoing panelist! He’ll be our retro-review specialist. -Sam is back from his Vegas bender. -Greg can still sing like a champ. -And Nick harasses the UPS guy. This week we review Age of X: Alpha, Captain America […]
Mark Waid is doing some great things with the superhero genre. I wish I knew more about it. Incorruptible #14 is the first issue I’ve read of this series. That phrase has been used by myself far too much lately. However, I’m going to make recompense for my geek sins. Firstly, reading this issue was […]
Something is coming down the turnpike in Incorruptible #9. Literally. The only problem is Max Damage and Jailbait are in Star City tracking down the one who leaked Max Damage’s secret invulnerability to his enemies: one of the Plutonian’s ex-girlfriends. This does not lead to the big clash between the Plutonian and Max that I […]
After last issue’s big battle, Irredeemable #16 takes quite a turn. This issue of Irredeemable is a series of vignettes. Mostly quiet moments, though a couple are violent, in the lives of the characters. This is my favorite issue of Irredeemable lately.
I am faced with a dilemma, how do I continually review one of my favorite comics? Incorruptible #8 is here. Buy this book.
I said earlier that Incorruptible had moved past Irredeemable on my scale of favorites. My issues with Irredeemable include the sprawling plot and the many characters. However, these are not, inherently bad things. This is still a good comic. I am wondering if I should just have kept reading it in trade paperback format so […]
I was dubious about this comic at first: Was it merely a pretender riding the coattails of the successful Irredeemable? It was, after all, advertised as the reverse story of Irredeemable: The villain is now the hero. However, seven issues in, I find myself liking Incorruptible more than Irredeemable for another area where they are […]
Nick wasn’t lying about receiving fan-mail. Greg talks of his Wednesday Warrior’s betrayal (a challenge is issued). Sam comes unprepared and still lives without teh internetz.