Invincible: Season 1

Invincible: Season 1

Invincible: Season 1

R-rated animated superhero series based on the comic from Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead) following the teenage son (Steven Yeun) of the world's most powerful hero (JK Simmons).

2021Rating: 18USAPrime Video
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EPISODE 1.1
26 March 2021

IT'S ABOUT TIME

When Mark Grayson finally inherits powers from his superhero father, it’s a dream come true. But there’s more to being a hero than just choosing a name and costume.

EPISODE 1.2
26 March 2021

HERE GOES NOTHING

With his father out of action, Mark struggles to defend the city against an interdimensional invasion, joining forces with a team of teenage superheroes.

EPISODE 1.3
26 March 2021

WHO YOU CALLING UGLY?

Mark has to cut a study date short to help save Mount Rushmore from a crazed scientist. Robot deals with Action - Comic as he assembles a new team of world-saving superheroes.

EPISODE 1.4
2 April 2021

NEIL ARMSTRONG, EAT YOUR HEART OUT

It's two firsts for Mark: a first date and a first trip to another planet. At the same time, Nolan and Debbie revisit their own first vacation together.

EPISODE 1.5
9 April 2021

THAT ACTUALLY HURT

Feeling confident in his new abilities, Mark risks a team-up with a local villain to take down a crime lord, while simultaneously juggling school and a new relationship.

EPISODE 1.6
16 April 2021

YOU LOOK KINDA DEAD

Mark joins William and Amber on a campus visit to Upstate University, hoping to discover a new future for himself. Debbie makes her own disturbing discovery.

EPISODE 1.7

Episode 7

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EPISODE 1.8

Episode 8

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Invincible: Season 1 / Reviews

A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Bewildering, but also exhilarating...

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Variety

Variety

What both anchors and keeps Invincible compelling is its cast, packed to the brim with talent.

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CNN

CNN

That sense of familiarity doesn't necessarily undermine Invincible on its merits, but it does make the exercise unavoidably feel a bit been there, seen that.

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Vulture

Vulture

There's likely going to be at least some of part of Invincible that piques your interest.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

But both the jokes and the character beats that fuel Invincible are too sporadic to make the series feel anything more than sputtering. Unassailable, it is not.

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TV Guide

TV Guide

For now, it's found a neat balancing act that makes for a refreshing new take on superhero revisionism.

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

Invincible recaptures what our current glut of superhero fiction largely loses sight of: the pleasure that superheroes must feel when wielding their powers.

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IGN

IGN

Its characters aren't developed enough to fill the enormous gap between approach and appearance. However, its central mystery offers enough questions, and enough promise, to keep viewers watching.

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Collider

Collider

It works and should satisfy fans of the comic, even if it doesn't reinvent the wheel.

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Independent

Independent

There are still some good bones to its premise, and just enough subversiveness to let you ignore the fact this is a story you've seen a hundred times before.

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