More secrets about Robot's and Monster Girl's time spent in the Flaxan Dimension are revealed. Meanwhile, in the present - things go to hell, and the new Invincible has to prove if he's worthy of the mantle in the face of... INVASION.
Walking Dead may be hogging most of the spotlight when it comes to Robert Kirkman's work these days, but Invincible is still chugging along capably even with its lead hero out of action. Read Full Review
As with The Walking Dead, Invincible requires the reader to know what happened beforehand, as the characters are highly involved by this point and the Invincible universe has become quite large. Picking the title up on a whim isn't a good idea, as it's like watching an episode of The Sopranos in the middle of the fourth season"you'll probably have no idea what's going on and not understand why these characters are important. However, if you're looking for a new comic book series to obsess over I highly suggest Invincible"the reason I like superheroes again"but I warn you, it'll take your money and your time. Read Full Review