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Last year's comic book industry event is this year's best way to get more readers hooked on Mark Waid's best-selling original title, Irredeemable, the series that dared to ask the question: what if the world's greatest hero decided to become the world's greatest villain? And 12 issues later, that question has been answered with a best-selling comic series, two best-selling trade collections and Incorruptible, the companion series.

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Great Jumping on Point 0

I've always enjoyed Irredeemable since it came out last summer, the concept of a godlike hero getting fed up with humanity despite what he does day in and day out and the reprocussions really tell a great story, and although the story maybe be a little cliche, the way the Plutonian, and the rest of story is written throughout the series so far makes it seem like a fresh concept.  Incorruptible on the other hand I had vaguely heard of but not read up until this point, I'll admit at first the stor...

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