Tether Tyrant and Magmaniac have long stood on the sidelines of the villain community - until now! Invincible has more than enough to deal with now that his life is in ruins dealing with the aftermath of... oh, that would be telling.
With the release of Invincible #83 comes a return to some old street level villains and character relationship interactions we havent seen in long time. This issue, which is in stark contrast to many of the previous issues, features relatively little Invincible and many of the side characters including a couple Guardians of the Globe. Read Full Review
As much as the series might have slowed down since "The Viltrumite War," Invincible still manages to hold the reader's attention with some strong character work and unexpected storytelling decisions. Read Full Review
Ottley continues to draw this series with a passion, although his figures are becoming more cartoony. Colourist John Rauch softraces many of the lines in this comic which is new here. It does reinforce the cartoon look of this series. It doesnt look bad at all. Its good to see the series growing visually, even if I dont like how Ottleys work is changing. Its not bad at all, just not what Im used from the artist. Read Full Review
The only reason I keep reading Invincible is because of Kirkman's past success. I really hope that the series turns around, but I think it's been through so many "very special" story arcs that it's impossible to get back to the way things were. The series has taken such a serious turn with increasingly soap-opera storylines that I'm finding myself rolling my eyes more with every issue. Read Full Review
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