The saga of Mark Grayson will be soaring onto our screens soon! Amazon Prime’s Invincible has solidified its episodic schedule for our viewing pleasure. The official Twitter account for the Robert Kirkman show shared said schedule.
Invincible tells the tale of 17-year-old Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), whose father Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons) is the most powerful superhero in the world. Mark harbors a set of his own burgeoning powers. Throughout Mark’s journey in harnessing his abilities, he discovers that his father’s legacy is quite dark.
Not only do we have release dates for the eight-episode series, but we also have a sneak peek! In the clip, Mark is playing a game of catch with his father. They’re levitating in the sky and throwing some seriously superpowered shots. Omni-Man is imparting life lessons to his young son. He mentions that teenagers often feel like they’re invincible (Title of the show!) despite evidence to the contrary. However, Mark actually is invincible. Next, we see Mark donning his super suit while perched atop a crane with a sprawling city below him.
Additionally, Invincible‘s episodes will have one-hour runtimes, which is rare for animation. It boasts a massive crop of talent including Yeun, Simmons, Sandra Oh, Seth Rogen, Gillian Jacobs, Khary Payton, Mark Hamill, Lauren Cohan, Zazie Beetz and many more. Go here to get a full cast list.
Invincible was written as a comic book series by Kirkman and artist Cory Walker. It initially appeared as a preview in Tech Jacket #1 in November 2002. The last issue, number 144, was released on February 14, 2018.
You can take a gander at the episode release schedule below and watch the two-minute teaser. Invincible will debut Friday, March 26, only on Amazon Prime.
For those Mark-ing your calendars:— Invincible (@InvincibleHQ) January 22, 2021
– March 26 – Episodes 1-3
– April 2 – Episode 4
– April 9 – Episode 5
– April 16 – Episode 6
– April 23 – Episode 7
– April 30 – Episode 8#InvincibleFriday pic.twitter.com/4Lx10qH1D3
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