Invincible #33

Writer: Robert Kirkman Artist: Ryan Ottley Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: June 28, 2006 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 7
8.5Critic Rating
8.6User Rating

Angstrom Levy makes his play against Invincible - sending him from dimension to dimension in an attempt to weaken him. Can Invincible figure out a way to stop him before Angstrom succeeds in killing him? The answer will shock you!

  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Sacks Jun 27, 2006

    The most interesting thing about this comic for me as a long-time reader is how the series kind of reaches its peaks and valleys for action in unexpected ways. The pacing of this series is interesting. Intense violence always seems to be under the surface, about to burst out, but it's well hidden. Still, even the quieter issues seem to have an undercurrent of violence to them, which sometimes, as in this issue, explodes on the page. Beneath its seemingly calm surface, Invincible is a strikingly interesting meditation on violence and superpowers. The plight of Angstrom Levy is a perfect example of that. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kelvin Green Jul 6, 2006

    Yet again the art team excels, although there are no impressive fortyish-panel spreads this issue. Ryan Ottleys work always looks like the artist had great fun drawing it, and the dimension-hopping plot gives him a variety of wild and wonderful things to illustrate, as well as quieter, more pensive scenes, all of which he handles with aplomb. Bill Crabtree also deserves considerable credit for making the story work as well as it does, with some insightful colouring choices, most notably the dark tones used for the scenes between Invincible and his nemesis, which give those pages the look of a movie thriller and up the tension subtly but effectively. Every month, just as I look at the solicitations and begin to believe that today's superhero comics are becoming irredeemably shite, Invincible reminds me of all of the things I love about the genre. You can keep your Civil Wars, Infinite Crises and Onslaught Reborns; they cant possibly compete with this spot-on celebration of the gre Read Full Review

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