Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker's Invincible Gets Amazon Adult Animated Series

Walking Dead mogul Robert Kirkman is known for callously killing off fan-favorite characters, but the latest news sees a revival. Invincible, the comic book series created by Kirkman and Cory Walker and drawn by Ryan Ottley, may have just wrapped up in February, but the series is coming back in animated form, part of Kirkman and Skybound Entertainment's deal with Amazon. THR reports that Amazon Studios has given a straight-to-series order for an eight-episode season of the show. Each episode of the show will be an hour long.

Kirkman said of the series:

I couldn't be more proud of the series Cory Walker, Ryan Ottley and I did together for over 15 years. To know our characters will live on in multiple iterations in other media is almost too exciting to bear! What Amazon is allowing us to do in animated form is nothing short of ground-breaking, and I can't wait for our rabid fan base to experience it!

Don't want to be left behind like a chump when all your comics-reading friends know what's happening, and who's gonna die, before you? Head to Image Comics' website and pick up DRM-free DRM copies of all 144 issues of the series. You poseur.

Here's what the comic is about:

Mark Grayson is teenage superhero Invincible. He was a normal high school senior with a normal part-time job and otherwise normal life, except his father Nolan is the superhero Omni-Man, the most powerful superhero on the planet. At the age of 17, Mark begins to display superpowers, which come from his father being a member of the Viltrumite race, who, according to Nolan, pioneer the galaxy on a mission of benevolence and enlightenment. As Invincible, Mark begins working as a superhero, with his father acting as his mentor, and meeting other heroes. Mark worked occasionally with a superhero team called the Teen Team (consisting of Robot, Rex Plode, Dupli-Kate and Atom Eve), from there discovering that his Physics teacher has been turning his students into human bombs. He stops his teacher with the help of the heroine, Atom Eve. He also foils a plan to make an army of robots, created by the Mauler Twins. Meanwhile Omni-Man is kidnapped by aliens, taken to another dimension, but returns after what seems to be only a few days, but was actually eight months to him.

Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker's Invincible Gets Amazon Adult Animated Series

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