Amazon Prime Video’s Acclaimed Adult Animated Superhero Series Returns Late 2023

Jan 20, 2023

Back in Spring 2021, “Invincible” debuted on Amazon Prime Video to great fanfare and critical acclaim. In short, everyone loved the adult animated superhero series so much that Amazon renewed the show for two more seasons leading up to its finale. But since then, crickets on when “Invincible” would return.
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Now, after two years without an update, Variety reports that “Invincible” is back; or, rather, will be back later this year, as hinted in a new teaser for the show’s second season. In the teaser, Steven Yeun‘s Mark Grayson talks about the new episodes with Seth Rogen‘s Allen the Alien. ““What have you been up to? It’s been awhile,” Allen says to Mark as they dine at Burger Mart. “I think everyone agrees it’s been, like, a little ridiculous how long it’s been.” To which Mark replies, “I’ve been busy writing, designing, storyboarding, voice acting, key posing, in-betweening, cleaning up, color slapping, comping the whole thing, and all that for, you know, roughly thousands of shots. So, it’s kind of a lot.” Breathe easy, “Invincible” fans: the show’s self-aware meta-humor is still on full display.
Based on an Image Comics book of the same name, “Invincible” follows Yeun’s Mark Grayson, a teenager whose father is the world’s most powerful superhero. But on his 17th birthday, Mark begins to develop powers of his own, and realizes he needs help to contain his powers, while also reckoning with his Dad’s less-than-perfect legacy.  J.K. Simmons voices Omni-Man, Mark’s Dad, on the show. The vocal cast of “Invincible” also includes Rogen, Sandra Oh, Gillian Jacobs, Andrew Rannells, Zazie Beetz, Mark Hamill, and Walter Goggins. Other voice actor regulars on the show include Jason Mantzoukas, Zachary Quinto, Mahershala Ali, Melise, Kevin Michael Richardson, Grey Griffin, and Khary Payton.
Originally conceived for Image by “The Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman, Cory Walker, and Ryan Ottley, the “Invincible” comic book series ended in February 2018 after 15 years. Kirkman also executive produces the series with Simon Racioppa, David Alpert, and Catherine Winder, with Skybound as the show’s primary producer.  
So, will the popularity of “Invincible” pick up where it left off in 2021? Over two years in between seasons is a long time for any TV show, but expect “Invincible” to pick up even more buzz as its approaches its late 2023 release. When will the new season premiere on Prime Video? That remains unclear, but expect it on the streamer sometime this Fall.

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