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!
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This week, Stephen and Matthew examine Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley’s Invincible #98 from Image Comics. “THE DEATH OF EVERYONE,” Part One The countdown to issue #100 begins here – with the story that will change EVERYTHING for Invincible! Mark’s powers have finally returned, just in time for every life on Earth to rest in his hands. But what will happen when everyone learns that what is happening… is Mark’s fault? A big Thank You goes out to everyone who downloads, subscribes, listens, and supports this show. We really appreciate you taking the time to listen to our ramblings each
Robot and Monster Girl, longtime (incredibly long time) rulers of the Flaxan, grew estranged as their philosophies diverged. Eventually, they reunited, but not before Monster Girl made, as Gob Bluth would say, a huge mistake. Read on in this Major Spoilers review.
As has been the case with teaser campaigns from the various publishers, any promo that continues for more than a day is going to have a payoff at some point. For Image Comics it just may be the latest teaser for events building up to Invincible #100. via Image Comics
Invincible has always had nods to famous comic book characters and events, and though we have seen Mark get kicked up and down the galaxy, the latest teaser from Image Comics seems to reflect a Death of Superman vibe. via Image Comics
Press Release The miniseries that spun out of Robert Kirkman’s original INVINCIBLE universe, GUARDING THE GLOBE, will be back in September as an ongoing series from Skybound/Image Comics.
Mark Grayson is down for the count, while Zandale Randolph, formerly known as Bulletproof, has donned the role of Invincible. Invincible is being taken care of by the remaining Viltrumites, but do they have an ulterior motive in helping their one-time enemy? How will throwing Dinosaurus into the mix change the dynamic? Find out after the jump!