Invincible Season 2 – Review

Season 2 of Invincible will drop on Prime Video on November 3rd.

A teen superhero looking at his mask in Invincible season 2.

“Invincible” 2 has emerged as one of the best-animated shows for adults. With Season 2 on the horizon, it will continue to captivate audiences with its compelling storyline, impressive voice casting, and thought-provoking writing. Based on the renowned comic book series created by Robert Kirkman, Cory Walker, and Ryan Ottley, this show stands out in the crowded superhero genre, offering a unique and mature perspective on the world of caped crusaders. Start watching on Prime Video on November 3rd.

What sets “Invincible” apart after watching the first four episodes is is its ability to challenge and subvert traditional comic book narratives. This is not your your run-of-the-mill superhero series. Season 2 continues to delve deep into the complexities of Mark Grayson’s life. He is an 18-year-old grappling with the immense responsibility of living up to his dad’s legacy, all while dealing with the moral and ethical dilemmas that come with his newfound powers. Mark’s internal struggle forms the emotional core of the series, making it a character-driven and relatable journey.

Additionally, the show’s writing is exceptional. It pushes boundaries and providing viewers with a deeper exploration of heroism and morality. It’s not afraid to tackle tough questions, showcasing the flawed nature of even the most powerful heroes. As Mark’s world unravels, “Invincible” forces us to contemplate what it means to be a hero and whether the line between good and evil is as clear-cut as it may seem.

While the animation may not be its standout feature, it serves its purpose effectively.

What truly makes this series great is its action sequences and unapologetic approach to violence and gore. The show doesn’t shy away from the brutality of superpowered battles, and this adds to the mature and realistic tone that sets it apart from more family-friendly superhero fare. The voice casting is also top-notch, with notable performances from Steven Yeun as Mark Grayson, J.K. Simmons as his father Nolan, and a stellar supporting cast. The actors bring depth and emotion to their characters, making it easy to become invested in the story.


I give “Invincible” Season 2 4 out of 5 stars. It is a must-watch for fans of mature, character-driven superhero stories. Its willingness to challenge the conventions of the genre and explore the moral complexities of heroism sets it apart. this series continues to be a standout in the world of adult animated series.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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Sean Tajipour is the Founder and Editor of Nerdtropolis and the host of the Moviegoers Society Podcast. He is also a member of the Critics Choice Association. You can follow on Twitter and Instagram @Seantaj.

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