There’s been quite a lot of talk about this issue for months. And let’s face it – the only superhero comic book you will ever need was due for a tune up. The cover does make a lot of promises, including: First issue in a bold new direction, first issue in a startling new era, and first issue for a new generation! Does it live up to the hype?
In the latest tongue-in-cheek press release from Image Comics, the company is pushing the new issue of Invincible as a great jumping on point for fans.
We don’t know if Mark Grayson is getting a complete makeover or if Robert Kirkman has something else up his sleeve, but Image Comics has released two more teaser images for an upcoming number one issue that will be announced at Image Expo.
Invincible is going to be a father, while Monster Girl tries to come to terms with the years she spent in an alternate dimension and what they’ve done to her relationship. Will an old foe make both their worries moot? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Diamond Select Toys let us know that the new sets of Minimates based on Image Comics’ Invincible and Thief of Thieves series have been packaged and are on their way to comic book shops over the next couple of weeks.
We’ve known for a few weeks that Diamond Select Toys and Robert Kirkman were teaming to make Invincible Minimates a reality. We’ve seen the drawings of the figures, but now we get a really good look at the first four figures designed by Art Asylum.
Or – “That Other Thing That Kirkman Does…” With all the attention focused on The Walking Dead, it’s sometimes difficult to recall that Bob Kirkman’s zombie opus isn’t his original Image book. Initially launched as part of a line of teen-themed books, Invincible is now the last man standing, and its erratic publishing schedule has caused me to forget about it more than once. Now, the I-Team is back with another issue, and that cover promises that things aren’t going to be dull. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Enter the dragon! Cecil’s arch nemesis, Liu, is dying and has lost control over the dragon inside him. Now everything’s getting wrecked and the Guardians of the Globe are pushing themselves to the limit and walking along the razor’s edge in an attempt to defeat the monster.
The Greatest Superhero Comic in the Universe hits its milestone 100th issue, and things don’t look too good for Mark Grayson! Major Spoilers reviews Invincible #100 and lets you know if it lived up to the hype!