Irredeemable – Volume 6 (2011) – Comic Story Explained

Full Comic Story and Review/Recap for Irredeemable Volume 6. Once the world’s most beloved superhero and now the world’s most terrifying supervillain, the Plutonian has fallen! Captured by a powerful alien race and imprisoned in his own mind, the Plutonian’s seemingly unstoppable rampage has come to an end. But the stakes remain high for the Paradigm, the Plutonian’s former teammates, as they try to rebuild a world that has been pushed to the edge of the apocalypse. With society still in a state of chaos, can the Paradigm manage to maintain a shaky alliance with some of the world’s most savage supervillains? And if the Plutonian proves too powerful for his alien captors, will the Paradigm be able to stop him once more if he returns?

Writer: Mark Waid
Artist: Peter Krause, Diego Barreto
Publisher: Boom Studios

0:00 – Intro
0:50 – Issue 20 – Earth Celebrates Plutonian Being Gone
4:33 – Issue 21 – Running An Intergalactic Prison Ain’t Easy
13:45 – Issue 22 – Plutonian Gets Moved
20:58 – Issue 23 – Plutonian In Dreamland
28:38 – Final Thoughts

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===== MUSIC =====
Intro & Outro Music by Illinois Brass Band “Bach, Toccata and Fugue in D Minor” is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

Background music from Epidemic Sound.

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