Animated superhero series Invincible, which debuted on Amazon in the spring of 2021 with weekly episode drops, chronicled the life of Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), a seemingly typical high school student who happens to be the son of the world’s most powerful superhero, Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons).
To keep up with his new cape-crusading exploits, Mark must learn to balance his normal life with his newfound superpowers, which leads him on an epic journey of self-discovery and total devastation.
Invincible, based on Robert Kirkman’s comic book series The Walking Dead, is bright, vivid, and, well, a cartoon. There is, of course, violence. There’s just a tonne of it.
Fans of Invincible have been eagerly awaiting information on the show’s future after a successful first season. Many plot threads were left open in Season 1, including the fact that Mark’s father is not from a kind-hearted extraterrestrial civilization, and that the Omni-Man-Mark fight nearly wiped out the planet.
There are still a lot of narrative territories to cover. But how would that appear exactly? Invincible Season 2 information has been released, and it can be found below.
Are There Plans for Invincible’s Second Season?
After the Season 1 conclusion on April 29, 2021, Amazon made the announcement that Invincible would be returning for a second and third season.
That announcement came before Kirkman told Collider that he and his team were already working on Seasons 2, 3, and beyond, so it’s possible that they’ve already laid out the story arcs.
Season 2 of Invincible: Who Will Play Who?
For season two of Invincible, we’re expecting to see a lot of what we saw in season one:
- Mark Grayson / Invincible, played by Steven Yeun(Twitter),
- In this role, Sandra Oh portrays Debbie Grayson
- Nolan Grayson / Omni-Man, played by JK Simmons
- A robot portrayed by Zachary Quinto
- The new genuine body of the Robot is played by Ross Marquand(Twitter) in the film.
- This is Samantha Eve Wilkins, played by Gillian Jacobs, in Atom Eve.
- “Rex Sloan / Rex Splode” star Jason Mantzoukas
- As Kate Cha / Dupli-Kate, Malese Jow appeared
- Grey Griffin as Rae’s shrinking
- Khary Payton in the role of Black Samson
- The role of Cecil Stedman was played by Walton Goggins(Instagram)
- Allen the Aliens, played by Seth Rogen(Instagram)
- Mahershala Ali in the Titan role.
- In the role of The Mauler Twins, Kevin Michael Richardson was outstanding
- William Clockwell (Andrew Rannells)
Season 2 of Invincible: Should We Expect It to Be Renewed?
The second and third seasons of Invincible were just renewed by Amazon in April 2021 for a total of seven seasons.
So, the second and third seasons of Invincible are coming soon. Amazon Prime Video will provide the complete first and second seasons of the show Invincible.
Let’s take a look at the cast of Invincible’s second season.
Season 1 of Invincible:
The first season of Invincible has been a huge success among viewers. It has a wonderful story to tell.
Invincible’s first season concluded with Nolan revealing himself as an agent of the Viltrum Empire, which had been sent to conquer the planet.
Once Nolan has failed to persuade Mark to join him, he takes control of the situation and destroys Chicago, killing thousands of people along the way.
Nolan discovers his humanity and affection for Mark while reminiscing about their upbringing, and he tearfully departs from Earth.
What Is the Plot of Invincible Season 2?
Instead of speculating about the show’s future, let’s rely on the storylines that were established in Season 1 for inspiration.
What we can expect to see in future episodes is the revelation by Mark that he and his father are not superheroes after all, but rather extraterrestrials from the Viltrumite Empire, a race that uses “utopian” technology to conquer planets and transform the landscape.
After learning the truth about his father’s origin and mission, Mark, who is part Viltrumite, got into a fight with Omni-Man that left him with broken bones and chipped teeth.
As a result, rather than permanently damaging Mark’s face with his fist, Nolan chose to leave the planet and his son by killing himself. This is because the Viltrumites regard Nolan’s affection for his son as an abhorrent weakness.
Other storylines that are likely to fuel the forthcoming episodes include the continuous instability on Mars, as we witnessed the parasitic Sequids running amok, and Mark’s complicated sexual life, either with or without Amber (Beetz).
Finally, Invincible discovers that the Viltrumite Army is preparing to invade the globe in an attempt to resurrect his father’s failed mission of global takeover. For this reason, Cecil asks him to step in and act as Earth’s protector while the rest of his team recuperates from their defeat in combat.
Omni-Man almost killed his son before fleeing the planet, thus it’s not clear if Mark can take on his father and his Viltrimites.
However, if you want to read ahead and discover any possible plot twists, there are 15 years’ worth of comics for you to choose from.
How Many Seasons of Invincible Will There Be?
Because of the wide range of topics covered in the show, this is a difficult question to answer. A number of plot lines in Invincible’s TV adaptation were pushed back in time, with the first eight episodes covering the first 23 issues of the comic book series.
In fact, if Amazon were to follow that model with future seasons, this program could easily have a seven- or eight-year run based on the number of comic issues there are in the series (144 in total over 15 years).
The Second Season of Invincible Will Be Released on the Following Date:
Season 2 of Invincible has yet to be given an official release date. It is expected to be made public soon.
According to Amazon, Invincible’s second season has been officially announced. At some point in late 2022, Amazon Prime customers can expect the second season of Invincible.
When Invincible’s second season has been released, we can expect the third season to be announced as well.
Invincible’s first season aired from March 25th to April 29th, 2021. It has eight episodes in all. Amazon Prime Video is where it was filmed and released.
Jeff Allen, Paul Furminger, Jay Baker, Cory Evans, Jae Harm, Vinton Heuck, William Ruzicka, and Robert Valley were the directors of the series Invincible.
Ryan Ridley and Christine Lavaf co-wrote it with Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley. Simon Racioppa and Chris Black also contributed.
Invincible’s second season premiere date has yet to be announced, but we will keep you updated as soon as we learn more.