It has been confirmed that the second season of Invincible will debut in 2023. The adult animated series, which will premiere on Prime Video in March 2021 and is based on the superhero comic book character created by Robert Kirkman and artist Cory Walker, centred on Mark Grayson, a 17-year-old. Despite appearing to be a typical teenager, Mark must balance his superpowers with the fact that his father, Omni-Man, may be the most powerful being on the planet. All of this leads up to the colossal Invincible season 1 finale, which depends on a pivotal confrontation between father and son.
When a new episode of Invincible last released in April of last year, that match had already begun. Invincible season 2 has since been officially announced to premiere in 2023, following a tease of information in January. According to Vernon Sanders, the Head of Television at Amazon Studios, Invincible will return with fresh episodes in the upcoming year. No specific release date was provided.
Invincible Season 1 Plot
The conclusion of Invincible season 1 features a montage of all the villains that the brave high school student must defeat, setting up the sequel in important ways. Additionally, it puts Mark’s friendship with Omni-Man in an unexpected position. Omni-Man tries to persuade Mark to join him in the Invincible series finale. He fails, but he has little trouble overcoming his son. In the process, Omni-Man ruthlessly murders a large number of people and leaves Chicago in ruins. Omini-Man eventually leaves Earth because he is motivated by his love for his family, but the harm he creates is obvious everywhere.
Kirkman has spoken on Angstrom Levy’s entrance in relation to what else viewers may anticipate from Invincible season 2. In the comic books, Levy is a character who has the capacity to enter different realities. Although nothing is known about when and how he acquires his abilities, he holds Mark responsible for his disfigurement and subsequent development into a substantial and persistent threat to the character. This suggests that the juvenile protagonist will have his hands full dealing with more than just the psychological and physical effects of Omni-Man.
It seems like there will be a lot to look forward to when Invincible begins its long-awaited comeback. The show’s prompt renewal for seasons 2 and 3 demonstrates Prime Video’s remarkable success with it. Despite the lengthy gap between episodes, fans will at least know that the plot won’t end suddenly. Additionally, as the year goes on, more information about the plot and what lies next for the characters will be made public.