Appropriately expressive, the art too is geared more towards conveying the personalities and feelings of the characters than bedazzling the reader with distracting special effects, and that modest approach works very well here. While never flashy, this is consistently one of the best looking superhero comics available, and the art teams quiet dedication to their craft is to be applauded. As more and more superhero books disappoint me, Invincible is a vivid reminder of the kind of fun storytelling that got me interested in the genre in the first place, but the depth of characterisation means that it's so much more than an exercise in nostalgia. It's an engaging and unpretentious bit of superheroic action that's not only refreshing in this day and age, but also entertaining in its own right. Read Full Review
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