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Incorruptible, Vol. 6 (Incorruptible #6)

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Max Damage’s path to redemption finally seems straightforward. The reformed supervillain has a new sidekick watching his back, a world that’s beginning to trust him, and two solid allies—Police Lieutenant Louis Armadale and Alana Patel, the Plutonian’s ex-girlfriend—who have begun to feel like family. Then, without warning, the Plutonian is back, and Max finds he is woeful ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by BOOM! Studios (first published April 3rd 2012)
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Gavin
This one is a little weaker than the rest, except for one section which totally saves the book: a showdown between the returned Plutonian and Max.
Max is still trying to save Coalville, but when a major villain from the past comes to take over, and then Plutonian himself arrives to take Max out, will he stand a chance to save Coalville? Heck, will he even survive??
An ally from Max's past turns up with the villain, and the aftermath of the battle between Max and Tony will shape the future of both
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Juan Jose
The story is good, but I can't predict how it will end.
Alan
I have found that Mark Waid's companion series about reformed villain Max Damage a better read than his one about an irredeemable superhero which this sort of spun out of. This next to last volume feells a little light as some plot threads are wrapped up, or nearly completed, as we head towards the final volume. Max is hardly in this volume as he is constructing a building.

And, the building's secret is revealed in this volume.
Chris
Max Damage finally achieves the true superhero status in the public's eyes that he'd been seeking, only to demonstrate what he'd been saying all along--that he doesn't really know how to think or act like a hero. He wants the world to conform to his simple, straightforward approach, but that may not work out the way he hopes.
Shannon Appelcline
The introduction of Lucifer may mark the point where Waid started throwing new stuff into Incorruptible to keep the series going. The result is OK, and the fight with the Plutonian was long-coming. Overall, this volume is fun but doesn't have much in the way of depth.
Jason
It was awesome to see Max and The Plutonian finally square off. And the result was as satisfying as a reader could hope.
Trey
These books are so short!
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Mark Waid (born March 21, 1962 in Hueytown, Alabama) is an American comic book writer. He is best known for his eight-year run as writer of the DC Comics' title The Flash, as well as his scripting of the limited series Kingdom Come and Superman: Birthright, and his work on Marvel Comics' Captain America.
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