As I've continue my comic immersion I came across Irredeemable. I've heard positive snippets about it prior to picking it up and decided to download volume one last week. Mark Waid does an excellent job in crafting a story that proposes a most dangerous question: What if the most powerful hero on the planet became its worst villain? As I ventured into the first volume, which collects issues 1-4, I was quickly introduced to the horror of having a Superman-like superhero, the Plutonian, as your enemy. As the remaining heroes scramble to find a way to stop the Plutonian they also seek to solve the mystery as to why he went rogue in the first place. Within the first volume I have found myself quite drawn to the situation that Waid has created, and the art is well drawn, though I'll admit I am biased when I attempt to compare Peter Krause and Jon Cassaday's work to the seasoned artists employed by Marvel and DC. That aside I highly recommend this title and recommend you take advantage of the current comixology sale on Irredeemable, which ends tomorrow. At the very least give the first issue a try for 99-cents. If you prefer a physical copy volume one is available from Amazon for $9.99, you can try to find the first issue at your local comic shop or midtowncomics.com.