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A figure from Max Damage’s past resurfaces — with a dark secret and a vendetta. Too bad Headcase is still going through a downward spiral and doesn’t realize that a team-up is very, very bad idea. With a deranged sidekick to deal with, Plutonian’s ex-girlfriend by his side, a new menace on the loose, and the world to clean up…Max Damage feels the burn of heroism! Mark Waid’s hit companion series to the Eisner-nominated IRREDEEMABLE continues.

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Mark Waid's little big title ! 0

Irredeemable ususally seems a little more focused and dramatic when compared to Incorruptible, the latter seems more relaxed and humorous than the former, both titles, as far as today goes still compliment each other very well, Incorruptible still offers the same amount of Waid's whacky, enjoyable humor as well as it's sympathetic, likable characters.  The Good  Incorruptible's strength as a title sets itself on continually offering us a view of the world after the plutonian pretty much anihilat...

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Damage & The D.A. 0

After fending off an attack at his new residence, Max Damage is challenged to fine ONE good man in Coalville. That man -- Mike Whelan, former district attorney. In the old days he and Max Damage were big enemies, but now Damage needs him to step up as he did and take control of the crumbling world. If the chaos that the Plutonian started is to be set right, men like Whelan need to take command of the local governments. However, Whelan isn't so quick to help his former adversary, and for good rea...

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