Amazon's Invincible Gets Release Date And New Clip

The ultra-violent superhero comic will be a TV series debuting on Amazon on March 26.


Creator of The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman, has his second most-popular comic series, Invincible, landing as an animated series on Amazon Prime on March 26. During a livestream, Kirkman himself made the announcement and helped debut an extended clip, which you can see below.

The clip features the titular Invincible AKA Mark Grayson (Steven Yuen) and his superhero father Omni-Man AKA Nolan Grayson (J.K. Simmons). The comic series is about a the son of the world's greatest superhero who finds he has super-powers of his own. From there, Invincible hosts plenty of twists and turns over the course of the #144 issues of the comic, which ended in 2017.

Aside from Yuen, who famously played Glenn on The Walking Dead, Invincible has cast a few people from the hit AMC zombie series. This includes Khary Payton (Ezekiel) as Black Samson, Sonequa Martin-Green (Sasha) as Green Ghost, Lauren Cohan (Maggie) as War Woman, Chad Coleman (Tyreese) as Martian Man, Michael Cudlitz (Abraham) as Red Rush, Lennie James (Morgan) as Darkwing, and Ross Marquand (Aaron) as The Immortal & Aquarius.

Back in October, Amazon debuted the first trailer for the upcoming show, and it looks just as exciting and violent as the original comic series. Friday, March 26 marks the debut of the Amazon series, and new episodes will debut on Fridays, leading up to the Season 1 finale on April 30.

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