Invincible is finally back on Prime Video, and we’re recapping the big events in the Season 2 premiere, “A Lesson For Your Next Life.” In the aftermath of Omni-Man and Invincible‘s knock-down, drag-out fight, Mark and Debbie are wrestling with what their lives are now… And what responsibility they bear, if any, for Nolan’s actions. Meanwhile, the Guardians of the Globe are trying to function, but can’t, leading to the introduction of some new members. And we meet Sterling K. Brown’s Angstrom Levy, a new villain who can travel through the multiverse.
We discuss all of these big events, as well as speculate about where things might be going based on the comic books. Plus, are we over all this multiverse stuff?
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Invincible Season 2 Synopsis:
Based on the comic book by Robert Kirkman, Cory Walker, and Ryan Ottley, the story revolves around 18-year-old Mark Grayson. He’s just like every other guy his age—except his father is the most powerful superhero on the planet. Still reeling from Nolan’s betrayal in Season One, Mark struggles to rebuild his life. He faces a host of new threats, all while battling his greatest fear… That he might become his father without even knowing it.
Invincible stars Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead), J.K. Simmons (Spider-Man), Sandra Oh (Killing Eve), Seth Rogen (This is the End), Gillian Jacobs (Community), Andrew Rannells (Black Monday, Girls), Zazie Beetz (Deadpool 2), Mark Hamill (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), Walton Goggins (Justified), Jason Mantzoukas (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Zachary Quinto (Star Trek), Mahershala Ali (Moonlight), Melise (The Flash), Kevin Michael Richardson (The Simpsons), Grey Griffin (Avengers Assemble), Khary Payton (The Walking Dead) and more.
Invincible is produced by Skybound and executive produced by Kirkman, Simon Racioppa, David Alpert (The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead), Catherine Winder (The Angry Birds Movie, Star Wars: The Clone Wars) with Supervising Director Jeff Allen (Avengers Assemble, Ultimate Spider-Man), and Linda Lamontagne serving as casting director. Kirkman’s second-longest comic-book series, Invincible, concluded in February 2018 after a 15-year run.