Invincible: Ultimate Collection, Vol. 2 (Invincible Ultimate Collection #2)
After the cataclysmic events of the last volume, Mark is left to pick up the pieces of his life. Everything is different now-his family, his friends, his colleagues. The world is a very strange and unfamiliar place for our young superhero. He is faced with insurmo...more
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In this volume you get much more character development. Mark not only has to deal with his family losses, but he has to deal with his mothers' grief and a new love. You'd think it would all be too much, but he copes well.
I really love the crisp sketching and inking in invincible and the bes ...more
After reading the first volume of Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker’s classic superhero comic “Invincible,” I just had to read the second volume of this fantastic series and see more of Mark Grayson and his family after the explosive and tragic revealation at the end of the first volume! “Invincible: Ultimate Collection Volume Two” is definitely one volume you do not want to put down!
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After the tragic events in the first volume, Mark Grayson is starting to l ...more
3. The Walking Dead.
Lame, I know. Sorry. But honestly, Robert Kirkman knows how to pack a punch in both Invincible and The Walking Dead. But this isn’t about TWD. That’s all over the place. Let’s talk about my beloved Invincible. As you can see, I’m way behind in this series. I’ve just finished volume 2 which encompasses issues #s14-24 (with a few extras), while the series itself is up to issue #108? I’m no ...more
I think my favorite part of this book is yes it a superhero book, but it's also a book about the everyday life of the superhero. Kirkman nails both in one issue usually. Oddly I'm interested in Mark Grayson's person ...more
Sort of felt a bit overwhelmed by all the characters introduced in this volume, and I'm having a bit of trouble keeping track of all of th ...more
Es por eso que el primer recopilatorio podría funcionar incluso como tomo único y en cambio en este nos ponemos a dispersarnos en varias direcciones ...more
That being said, I was a bit let-down with Volume 2 in one respect. Volume 1 of Invincible read wonderfully both as individual issues and as a long-format collection. the 12 issues collected in the first book have a nice story arc involving Mark, his father, and their roles as heroes. One could sit down with Vol. 1 and read a complete f ...more
In the Afterward Kirkman mentions that this book "became a bit of a mess" with all the subplots going on, and he's right. Several plotlines are introduced and left open-ended (in addition to what came before in book #1). And there are also many little bits scattered in that aren't full plots but that practically scream THIS WILL BE IMPORTANT LATER. Add a #0 recap issue, and a summer special issue containing Origi ...more
And he doesn’t get much time to get his life back on track, because new challenges are already racing towards him. College, attention-craving girlfriends and a very busy schedule of trying to sav ...more
After the big reveal at the end of the ...more
Volume 2 of Invincible: The Ultimate Collection covers Issues #14-#24, picking up in the aftermath of the introductory volume. Mark aka Invincible is coping with the devastating news that his father, Omni-Man, is actually a Viltrumite whose sole purpose was to enslave and subdue Earth. After Omni-Man's confession that he never loved his wife or anyone else and that everything was a lie, Mark struggles to come to grips with this.
Volume 2 spends a lot ...more
Kirkman is so much better with Invincible, light and breezy with lots of humour and heart yet not restricted in the way Marvel/DC are with their Supers. We have frank violence and events have real repercussions. Many of the themes parallel those in ultimate Spider-Man yet Kirkman finds a different, equally real and compelling path. It's ...more
These issues are kind of a lull between the what comes before (especially the big reveal with Omni-Man) and what comes after (Angstrom Levy ...more
I really enjoyed the first Ultimate collection of Invincible, the twist with his father blew me away (in the manner that Kirkman always does). This volume, however was something I REALLY REALLY enjoyed. There were tons of these little side plots started, it seemed almost like one in every issue, that slowly g ...more
Mark's story is really becoming his own thing here and the universe is becoming it's own unique place after the trope-filled first volume. I think I have to agree with Robert Kirkman and that Allen is my favorite character in the whole series thus far. I'm pretty fond of Atom Eve as well and I was sad to see her take off. Even if it's only temporary.
I'm interes ...more
However, what does occur is pretty great. Mark goes to college, Amber becomes less annoying, and Invincible starts to get some real super villains of his own. I'm no ...more
Maintenant, pas sûr que je poursuive l'aventure. Si je suis en manque de superhéros, je craquerai sans doute sur le volume 3.
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Mark Grayson es un chico normal. O eso cree él hasta que descubre que su padre proviene de otro planea y tiene unos poderes espectaculares. Ahora él los ha heredado y formará parte de una historia que nadie le ha revelado.
Moderno, original y lleno de personajes y giros muy interesantes...
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Once again...Why wasn't I reading this earlier! I just renewed my love of comics and I am so glad that I did. With comics like Invincible , Chew, The Walking Dead and others, the story is the main focus. Comics are not for children anymore. I don't mind putting my Kindle aside for these new masterpieces of literature.