Ryan Ottley Spoils Ending To Invincible By Posting Pic Of Final Page On Twitter

If you don't want to know anything about the ending to Invincible, you best click away now. Go ahead. Get out of here.

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Still there? Okay. Artist Ryan Ottley posted a photo of his last page of Invincible on Twitter, and it's pretty revealing. The long-running series was originally created by Walking Dead mogul Robert Kirkman, the third most famous person ever to come out of Kentucky behind Daniel Boone and Edgar Cayce, along with artist Cory Walker in 2003. Ottley, however, took over as series artist with Invincible #8, though Walker returned for a stint between issues #127 and #132.

And in January, like the life of any of your favorite characters written by Kirkman, Invincible will come to an end with Invincible #144. And now, thanks to Ottley, we know exactly what that end will look like.

Are you sure you want to know? Well, alright…

"The End." A classic way to end a story! Of course, we're looking forward to seeing what the panels and pages before it look like.

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