🚀 “Invincible” Fans Rejoice: Season 2 Lands Soon – But Why The Wait? 🕐
TL:DR: “Invincible” Season 2 set to premiere Nov 3 on Prime Video with four out of eight episodes, wrapping up in early 2024. But why did fans have to wait over two years since Season 1? 😲🤨
For those of you who’ve been pacing up and down, refreshing Prime Video in hopes for a sliver of “Invincible” news, your day has come! Remember Mark Grayson, the guy who’s…well, basically your average Joe, unless you consider having a superhuman dad as ‘average’? 😜
The show’s creators decided to drop a bombshell at the San Diego Comic-Con – the first four episodes of the eight-part second season will bless our screens on November 3rd. The remaining episodes? Well, you’ll need a little more patience for those; they’re coming in early 2024. (And here we thought we were done with cliffhangers! 🙄)
A quick reminder (as if you need one): “Invincible” leaps off the pages of the comic book brainchild by Robert Kirkman, Cory Walker, and Ryan Ottley. 📖💥 The voice-acting galaxy includes Steven Yeun, Sandra Oh, J.K. Simmons, and even our laugh guru, Seth Rogen, among a myriad of other stars.
But, the real surprise? 🎤 Drop. Sterling K. Brown will be voicing the new villain from the comics, Angstrom Levy. That’s right, folks, the plot thickens. And as if that wasn’t enough, get ready for a sonic boom of new voices, including but not limited to Tatiana Maslany and Ben Schwartz. Ready for an eargasm? 😎
So, why the astronomical wait since Season 1? For those of you mumbling into your popcorn about the delay, Kirkman addressed the long hiatus, commenting on the complexities of producing the series, especially during the pandemic’s height. Apparently, Season 2 did a 180, chucking out CG animation, which means everything you see has had some serious human touch. 🖐🎨 They’ve faced a few ‘minor’ challenges, but hey, at least they’ve promised no more long waits between seasons. Silver linings, right?
To all the fans who’ve been gripping the edges of their seats (or keyboards) with bated breath since Nolan’s betrayal in Season 1, brace yourselves. Mark’s got a rollercoaster of emotions, battles, and perhaps a midlife (or midseason) crisis ahead.
The lingering question though: With the complexities of producing an animated series of this magnitude, and the unique challenges posed by a global pandemic, will the extended wait amplify fans’ love for the show, or might it have the opposite effect? 🤔
So, here’s our question for you: How long would you wait for your favorite series? And will the anticipation make it even more… invincible? 😜🤟🏽🍿📺