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  • Invincible season 2 delves deep into moral ambiguity, challenging the traditional good vs. evil superhero narrative.
  • The series continues to innovate within the superhero genre, upending conventions and offering new and effective storytelling.
  • With a vast comic book source material to draw from, Invincible promises to deliver twists and turns that set it apart from other superhero properties.

The wait is finally drawing to a close for the second half of Invincible season 2 to premiere, and Screen Rant is offering our readers the chance to attend a special L.A. screening of season 2, episode 5. Starring Steven Yeun as the titular hero, Invincible left audiences on a cliffhanger in November 2023 as Mark and Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons) were unable to stop the Viltrumites on Thraxa. With a growing threat to Earth in addition to the multiversal villain Angstrom Levy waiting in the wings, Mark is sure to have his hands full when season 2 picks back up on March 14.

With just a few weeks remaining until Invincible season 2 returns to Prime Video, Screen Rant‘s L.A. readers can enter a giveaway to attend a special screening of season 2, episode 5 on Wednesday, March 13, followed by a Q&A with co-showrunners Robert Kirkman and Simon Racioppa. Readers can enter Screen Rant‘s giveaway by emailing their full names to! RSVPs will be on a first-come, first-served basis until the theater is full!

Invincible Season 2 Continues The Trend Of Upending The Superhero Genre

Even in a market oversaturated with superhero content, Robert Kirkman’s series continues to tell new and effective stories, as evidenced by each strong Invincible season 2 part 1 review. The series dives deep into the psyches of its characters and showcases Mark’s continued struggle with the revelation of who his father really is. Though other shows like The Boys are quick to show the dark sides of superheroes and superhero culture, Invincible takes that a step further in exploring the space between the genre pillars of good and bad.

Whether or not Invincible takes place in The Walking Dead universe, the show’s massive scope is part of what allows it to buck superhero genre conventions. Plenty of superhero offerings tackle intergalactic stories and travel, but Invincible does so to create a context that further muddies the water between good and bad. Omni-Man does terrible things in the series, but within the context of the larger Viltrum Empire, it’s easy for audiences to see how he may be a lesser evil. As Mark comes to understand that, he is challenged to find the nuance in what he once believed to be a black-and-white situation.

Just as exciting is the ground that Invincible season 3 will be able to cover, and how that will continue to innovate within the superhero genre. The first half of the show’s second season only adapts up to issue #29 of Kirkman’s comics–he full series ran for 144 issues in total, meaning there is plenty of story left to tell. As the Prime Video series continues, it will undoubtedly offer twists and turns that no other superhero property can provide.


season 2, part 2 begins streaming March 14 on Prime Video.

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Based on the comic book character by Robert Kirkman, Invincible follows Mark Grayson,  a seventeen-year-old who leads a seemingly average life save for the fact that he lives behind the shadow of his superhero father, Omni-Man. Mark goes on to develop superhuman abilities, but he must also learn that his father’s legacy isn’t as glitzy and glamorous as he’s been led to believe.

Mark Hamill , Gillian Jacobs , Jon Hamm , Mae Whitman , Steven Yeun , Walton Goggins , Ezra Miller , Jonathan Groff , Sandra Oh , Djimon Hounsou , Khary Payton , Seth Rogen , Jeffrey Donovan , Sonequa Martin-Green , Mahershala Ali , Malese Jow , J. K. Simmons , Clancy Brown , Zazie Beetz , Zachary Quinto , Jason Mantzoukas , Nicole Byer

Release Date
March 26, 2021


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Simon Racioppa

This story originally appeared on Screenrant

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