The Invincible finale didn’t pull its punches. Spoilers ahead, obviously, but showrunner Simon Racioppa and the team behind Amazon’s superhero animated show — which includes creator Robert Kirkman — showcased the true, devastating destruction that comes with turning a city into a bloody battleground between super-powered characters. The body count was high, but so were the personal stakes.

The season finale, titled “Where I Really Come From,” ended with serious physical and emotional blows for teen superhero Mark (voiced by Steven Yeun). For fans of the comic, it was a faithful adaptation, but for those unfamiliar with the source material, it packed gruesome surprises that are generally absent from large-scale comic book adaptations.

Before the final episode was even available on Amazon, Invincible was renewed for a second and third season. Showrunner Simon Racioppa told us about his hope for future seasons, but mostly, he walked us through the season finale of Invincible, from Mark’s childhood baseball game, to even the sound of Omni-Man’s (voiced by J.K. Simmons) thunderous punches.

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Hardcore director

Adam Wingard continues to pile up potential projects.

The Godzilla vs. Kong filmmaker has just been hired to direct Hardcore, a movie adaptation of a comic created by The Walking Dead‘s Robert Kirkman and Marc Silvestri (Uncanny X-Men, Wolverine). If you’ve never read the comic, just think about the premise of Brandon Cronenberg’s Possessor, and it’s basically the same thing. Get the details below. Read More »

renfield movie update

As Universal continues to revive its classic monsters, several different titles have been announced. One such title is Renfield, a movie focused on Dracula’s bug-eating minion. And according to producer Robert KirkmanRenfield is going to be a bit different from the other upcoming Universal movies. For one thing, it’s being described as an “extremely violent comedy.”

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Invincible season 2

Amazon Studios has officially renewed Invincible for two more seasons.

The animated series, which is based on the comic book from The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, is Amazon’s second big superhero series that’s aimed squarely at adults. The live-action adaptation of The Boys has become a phenomenon for Amazon Prime Video, and the streaming service is clearly hoping the same thing happens with Invincible season 2 and season 3. Read More »

invincible clip

Be prepared for a new brand of superhero — but one that is animated in a style that looks a lot like the old heroes of popular ’90s and early 2000s series like  X-Men: The Animated Series. But instead of gearing to kids, Invincible, created by The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, is aimed at adults. Watch the new Invincible clip below.

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Invincible Trailer

Robert Kirkman may best be known for bringing The Walking Dead to comic shelves, but he also has a Skybound/Image comic book that’s being turned into an animated series for adults on Amazon.

Invincible follows teenager Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), who just so happens to be the son of Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons), the most powerful superhero on the planet. That’s a lot to live up to when Mark starts developing powers of his own, but judging by this new Invincible trailer, it’s going to be so much more complicated than simply coming to terms with becoming a superhero. Read More »

invincible movie

There’s an animated Invincible series headed to Amazon Prime Video in March – but what of the live-action Invincible movie? The film was announced back in 2017, with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg attached as writers. One might think that since the animated series is about to drop, the movie might be a thing of the past, but according to creator Robert Kirkman, it’s still very much in development – and it will be separate from the animated show.

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Invincible Clip

Invincible, the new animated series based on the Skybound/Image comic of the same name, now has a premiere date: March 26. The hour-long series comes from creator Robert Kirkman and follows a seventeen-year-old who just happens to be the son of the most powerful superhero on the planet. Soon, the teenager is developing superpowers of his own – and discovering “his father’s legacy may not be as heroic as it seems.” In addition to the premiere date news, there’s a new clip – watch it below.

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invincible trailer

“If you think you’ve seen something like this before, you haven’t,” creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead) teased at the virtual New York Comic-Con panel for his upcoming animated superhero series Invincible. Based on his acclaimed comic book of the same name, Invincible follows a 17-year-old son of a superhero, who begins to develop superpowers of his own, and discovers that the job isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Kirkman dropped the first official trailer for the series at the Invincible NYCC panel, where he revealed all kinds of exciting tidbits, including the future appearance of Invincible foe, Battle Beast. Watch the Invincible trailer below.

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invincible cast

At long last, Amazon has revealed the full voice cast of its adult animated series Invincible, based on the Image Comics title from writer Robert Kirkman. The Kirkman co-created animated series has been in the works for more than a year, with Steven Yeun announced as the lead of a star-studded voice cast last January. Now, as Invincible gets closer to debuting on Amazon, the full voice cast of the subversive superhero series has been revealed.

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