"THE END OF ALL THINGS," Part Two-The march to the end continues! Invincible must accept that Thragg can't be defeated without him, and for the good of the universe, he's going to have to risk his life to stop him!
It' all about the building blocks of this final confrontation as ‘The End of All Things' part two covered a decent amount of ground by the end of Invincible #134. Everyone involved now sees that taking out Thragg is the only option. If you were cringing that anyone could run away from this, Invincible #134 satisfies with a hard reality-check about a little thing called duty. Read Full Review
The careful reminder of the families and loved ones of our cast in this issue has me worried that we're about to see ten issues of righteous slaughter, but I still enjoyed the whole issue. I even felt bad to see Terra Grayson in tears that her parents were going off with the Coalition, but didn't feel horribly manipulated by it, which is both rare and wonderful. Invincible #134 sets up the conflict, reminds us of the stakes, gives us several very important character moments and brings back the costumes (ATOM EVE COSTUME! WOOT!). Read Full Review
I really liked this issue as the characters all recognize their responsibility, coming face to face with the idea of losing all they have because fighting is the right thing, the only thing to do. A character heavy issue, I found this quite charming (as was the return of the original costumes!).