Invincible #86

Invincible #86

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Cory Walker Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: December 21, 2011 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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CORY WALKER RETURNS TO INVINCIBLE! Allen thinks he's doing what's right - what must be done, but could he be wrong? Nolan and Young Omni-Man must do whatever it takes to prevent him from completing his mission, could this be the end of Allen The Alien?

  • 9.0
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis Feb 11, 2012

    Cory Walker continues to art shores on the series after Ryan Ottley's departure. Although the characters look very much the same, he doesn't do gory fights as well and as bloody as Ottley. Yet the storytelling in this series is solid and following the action, never a problem. I'd like to see Walker's work under another inker. I have a feeling it would be more appealing. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Andrenn Dec 20, 2011

    I admit that Invincible is a series that's biggest strength comes from knowing the history of the series. That is not to say you cannot enjoy it without knowing everything about the series, but a big twist for a character feels a lot more important when you know where they have come from and how they got to this point in the long running story. Still, Invincible is well written on a monthly basis that I feel any issue, as long as you know the very basics of the series, should be enough to win you over and I feel this arc could do the same for you all. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Dec 21, 2011

    Otherwise, the artwork is satisfactory in this issue. With colorist FCO Plascencia on board for one last hurrah, it can be easy to forget that the penciler has changed. With Plascenia's help, Cory Walker delivers an action-packed and emotionally-charged series of pages despite a relatively sparse art style. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Outer Realm Comics - M S R Jan 22, 2012

    Dedicated fans can't go wrong from picking up this emotionally-charged slobber-knocker. It's not the best moment for new readers to jump in, though, as the title is chiefly dealing with fallout arising from a mini-event that took place about ten issues or so ago. Nonetheless, you are invited to dig in, by all means. It's a dollar less than most Marvel books, for one! Read Full Review

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