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Invincible Comic Book Universe Reading Order

Invincible isn’t just one of my favorite comic books of all time, it’s up there for my favorite superhero comic book run of the 2000’s.

While Invincible is fantastic, it actually gets mildly overlooked due to writer Robert Kirkman’s otherworldly success with The Walking Dead (not to mention all the many great Image Comics). Nonetheless, it’s a brilliant superhero universe, that expands to a number of other Kirkman penned titles like Astounding Wolf-Man and Tech Jacket.

In general, you can read Invincible all the way through without worrying too much about tie-ins. Reading all the in-universe additions can really help fill out the world, though, and you’ll find a complete reading order for all those comics below!

5/14/21 – Updates by Karan Bijani

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The shortest, and easiest approach to reading Invincible is to check out Image / Skybound’s compendium editions:

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Invincible Compendium Vol. 1

Collects: Invincible #0 to #47

Invincible Compendium Vol. 2

Collects: Invincible #48 to #96

Invincible Compendium Vol. 3

Collects: Invincible #97 to #144

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Invincible Universe Comic Book Reading Order

Invincible: The Ultimate Collection, Vol. 1

Collects: Invincible #1 to #13

If you want to, you can mix in some other Invincible Universe works written by Kirkman as follows:

Invincible Presents. vol. 1: Atom Eve & Rex Splode

Collects: Invincible Presents: Atom Eve #1-2 & Invincible Presents: Atom Eve & Rex Splode #1-3

While actually published 4-5 years after the first issues of Invincible, this Atom Eve & Rex Splode collection flashbacks to a time before the first Invincible story arc. I still recommend reading it after the first Invincible story.

Invincible: The Ultimate Collection, Vol. 2

Collects: Invincible #14 to #24, Image Comics Summer Special #1, Invincible #0

The expanded universe reading order throughout the second ultimate collection is as follows:

Invincible: The Ultimate Collection, Vol. 3

Collects: Invincible #25 to #35

The expanded universe reading order throughout the third ultimate collection is as follows:

Invincible: The Ultimate Collection Volume 4

Collects: Invincible #36 to #47

Robert Kirkman's Astounding Wolf-Man

The Astounding Wolf-Man Volume 1

Collects: The Astounding Wolf-Man #1 to #7

Order:

  • Invincible #36 to #42
  • Astounding Wolf-Man #1 to #4
  • Invincible #43 to #47

Invincible: The Ultimate Collection Volume 5

Collects: Invincible #48 to #59, Astounding Wolfman #11

The Astounding Wolf-Man Volume 2

Collects: The Astounding Wolf-Man #8 to #12, Invincible #57

Read Astounding Wolf-Man #8 to #10, then read Invincible through issue #57 before reading the Invincible crossover issue in Astounding Wolf-Man #11. Or follow this order:

Invincible #48 to #53

Astounding Wolf-Man #5 to #10

Invincible #54 to #57

Astounding Wolf-Man #11

Invincible #58 to #59

Invincible Universe

Invincible War

Invincible: The Ultimate Collection Volume 6

Collects: Invincible #60 to #70, Invincible Returns #1

The Astounding Wolf-Man Volume 3

Collects: Astounding Wolf-Man #13 to #18

Order:

  • Invincible #60
  • Astounding Wolf-Man #12 to #18
  • Invincible #61 to #70
  • Invincible Returns #1

Viltrumite War

Invincible: The Ultimate Collection Volume 7

Collects: Invincible #71 to #84

Guarding the Globe Volume 1 TP

Collects: Guarding the Globe #1 to #6

The Astounding Wolf-Man Volume 4

Collects: Astounding Wolf-Man #19 to #25

Order:

  • Invincible #71 to #73
  • Guarding the Globe #1 to #6
  • Astounding Wolf-Man #19 to #25
  • Invincible #74 to #84

Invincible: The Ultimate Collection Volume 8

Collects: Invincible #85 to #96

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Guarding the Globe Volume 2 TP

Collects: Guarding the Globe #1 to #6

Invincible: The Ultimate Collection Volume 9

Collects: Invincible #97 to #108

Invincible Universe Volume 1

Invincible Universe Volume 2

Collects: Invincible Universe #1 to #12

Order:

  • Invincible #97 to #102
  • Invincible Universe #1 to #12
  • Invincible #103 to #108

Invincible: The Ultimate Collection Volume 10

Collects: Invincible #109 to #120

Invincible: The Ultimate Collection Volume 11

Collects: Invincible #121 to #132

Invincible: The Ultimate Collection Volume 12

Collects: Invincible #133 to #144

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Invincible isn’t like any teen superhero comic you’ve read before. It follows newbie hero, Mark Grayson, as he tries to follow in the footsteps of his father Omni-Man, the world’s greatest hero. Through this premise, the comic explores Mark’s daddy-issues and the toll of increasingly violent superhero battles.

With Amazon adapting Invincible as an animated series for Prime Video, it’s never been a better time to check out the comic. But where do you start?

This handy guide has all the answers! It will point you in the right direction to start reading the Invincible comics, where to continue, the spin-offs, the different formats available, and heaps more.

Who created Invincible?

Invincible is the creation of writer Robert Kirkman, best known for The Walking Dead, and artist Cory Walker. While Kirkman was consistent on the book for its 15-year run, Walker only drew issues #1-7 and #127-132. Ryan Ottley was the primary artist for the remaining issues.

The comic is published through Image Comics’ Skybound Entertainment imprint, which Robert Kirkman operates. As a result, you’ll see the Skybound and Image logos on most editions. Issues and editions of collections that predate 2010 (when Skybound was founded) were published solely through Image and will not have the Skybound logo.

Invincible #1 cover by Cory Walker.

Where to start reading Invincible

It might sound obvious, but the best place to start reading is at the beginning – Invincible #1.

By beginning with Invincible #1, you get a much more holistic view than if you start with later issues. You see Mark grow as a character, with him beginning as a newbie hero and slowly growing into an established hero as the series progresses. Jumping into the comic later means that you miss that growth and later events don’t have the same impact.

Not sure if Invincible is for you? You can read the first issue for free over at the Image Comics website.

If you prefer to read in print, Invincible #1 can be found in the first trade paperback collection. You can find out all about them further down the page.

The spin-offs: Do you need to read them?

Throughout Invincible’s run, Image Comics published a range of spin-off comics. These feature many of the comic’s large cast of characters and expand the world that’s established in the main series.

Some of these series include:

Are these essential to understand Invincible? No. These comics spin out of Invincible, telling their own stories, and don’t affect what’s going on in the main series. Although, they’re worth checking out if you want to see more of certain characters.

Is Invincible complete?

Yes. Invincible is done and dusted with issue #144.

Invincible Volume 1: Family Matters cover by Cory Walker.

Trade paperback collections

Trade paperbacks are the easiest way to read Invincible. They collect six issues each and are much easier to find than tracking down all 144 single issues.

Invincible Volume 1: Family Matters
Collects:
Invincible #1-4

Invincible Volume 2: Eight Is Enough
Collects:
Invincible #5-8

Invincible Volume 3: Perfect Strangers
Collects: Invincible #9-13

Invincible Volume 4: Head of the Class
Collects:
Invincible #14-19 and Image Comics Summer Special

Invincible Volume 5: The Facts of Life
Collects: Invincible #0, #20-24, and back up stories for issue #25

Invincible Volume 6: A Different World
Collects: Invincible #25-30

Invincible Volume 7: Three’s Company
Collects: Invincible #31-35 and The Pact #4

Invincible Volume 8: My Favorite Martian
Collects: Invincible #36-41

Invincible Volume 9: Out of This World
Collects: Invincible #42-47

Invincible Volume 10: Who’s the Boss?
Collects: Invincible #48-53

Invincible Volume 11: Happy Days
Collects: Invincible #54-59 and Astonishing Wolf-Man #11

Invincible Volume 12: Still Standing
Collects: Invincible #60-65

Invincible Volume 13: Growing Pains
Collects: Invincible #66-70 and Invincible Returns #1

Invincible Volume 14: The Viltrumite War
Collects: Invincible #71-78

Invincible Volume 15: Get Smart
Collects: Invincible #79-84

Invincible Volume 16: Family Ties
Collects: Invincible #85-90

Invincible Volume 17: What’s Happening?
Collects: Invincible #91-96

Invincible Volume 18: The Death of Everyone
Collects: Invincible #97-102

Invincible Volume 19: The War at Home
Collects: Invincible #103-108

Invincible Volume 20: Friends
Collects: Invincible #109-114

Invincible Volume 21: Modern Family
Collects: Invincible #115-120

Invincible Volume 22: Reboot?
Collects: Invincible #121-126

Invincible Volume 23: Full House
Collects: Invincible #127-132

Invincible Volume 24: The End of All Things, Part 1
Collects: Invincible #133-138

Invincible Volume 25: The End of All Things, Part 2
Collects: Invincible #139-144

Hardcover Collections

The “Ultimate Collections” are hardcovers that are bigger than the trade paperbacks in page count and dimensions. Each edition is twice as long, containing twelve issues, and are larger in trim at 190.5 x 297.4 mm (7.5 x 11 inches). Take a look at the “Ultimate Collections” available below.

Invincible Ultimate Collection Hardcover Volume 1
Collects: Invincible #1-13

Invincible Ultimate Collection Hardcover Volume 2
Collects:
Invincible #14-24, #0, Free Comic Book Day 2004 story, and and back up stories for issue #25

Invincible Ultimate Collection Hardcover Volume 3
Collects:
Invincible #25-35 and The Pact #4

Invincible Ultimate Collection Hardcover Volume 4
Collects:
Invincible #36-47

Invincible Ultimate Collection Hardcover Volume 5
Collects:
Invincible #48-59 and Astonishing Wolf-Man #11

Invincible Ultimate Collection Hardcover Volume 6
Collects: Invincible #60-70 and Invincible Returns #1

Invincible Ultimate Collection Hardcover Volume 7
Collects: Invincible #71-84

Invincible Ultimate Collection Hardcover Volume 8
Collects: Invincible #85-96

Invincible Ultimate Collection Hardcover Volume 9
Collects: Invincible #97-108

Invincible Ultimate Collection Hardcover Volume 10
Collects: Invincible #109-120

Invincible Ultimate Collection Hardcover Volume 11
Collects: Invincible #121-132

Invincible Ultimate Collection Hardcover Volume 12
Collects: Invincible #133-144

Invincible Compendium One cover by Ryan Ottley.

Compendiums

Another way to read Invincible is through the compendium collections. These are bulky collections that contain a whopping 48 issues in one. Find out more about them below.

Invincible Compendium Volume 1
Collect: Invincible #1-47, #0, Invincible story from the Image Comics Summer Special, and The Pact #4

Invincible Compendium Volume 2
Collect: Invincible #48-96, Invincible Returns #1, and Astounding Wolf-Man #11

Invincible Compendium Volume 3
Collect: Invincible #97-144

Buy Invincible comics

You can find Invincible comics and graphic novels at all good comic book shops, online stores, eBay, and digitally on Comixology.

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First and foremost a comic creator, Kirkman has seen groundbreaking success in the adaptation of his comic book titles into major franchises in all forms of content. In 2010, his Eisner award winning series, The Walking Dead, was developed into an AMC television series. It has become a worldwide phenomenon as the highest-rated basic cable drama of all time and is the #1 show on television among the coveted 18-49 demo. The property has also been extended into a blockbuster game franchise, licensing business and ongoing publishing success.

Kirkman also serves as consulting producer of The Talking Dead, the popular talk show hosted by Chris Hardwick that deep dives into each week's episode of both The Walking Dead and its companion series Fear the Walking Dead. Kirkman is co-creator, writer and producer of The Walking Dead's companion series, Fear the Walking Dead.

He is also executive producer of the AMC series Robert Kirkman's Secret History of Comics, and the Korean pre-apocalyptic drama, Five Year. Kirkman's popular demonic-exorcism comic, Outcast, was adapted, produced and airs on Cinemax.

For the big screen, Kirkman will produce Invincible based on his long-running popular comic book. The project will be written, directed and produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg for Universal Pictures. Other credits include AIR featuring Norman Reedus and Academy Award nominee, Djimon Hounsou.

Additional Kirkman comics include Super Dinosaur, Battle Pope, Astounding Wolf-Man, and Thief of Thieves.

Robert is also the Chairman of Skybound Entertainment. Robert, an advocate for creator rights, co-founded Skybound alongside his longtime business and producing partner David Alpert in an effort to ensure creators are able to maintain their intellectual property rights and creative control.

On the web:
skybound.com
twitter.com/RobertKirkman

Read more on Amazon's Robert Kirkman page
Sours: https://www.amazon.com/gp/bookseries/B00CJJPSSE/ref=dp_st_1632154943
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First and foremost a comic creator, Kirkman has seen groundbreaking success in the adaptation of his comic book titles into major franchises in all forms of content. In 2010, his Eisner award winning series, The Walking Dead, was developed into an AMC television series. It has become a worldwide phenomenon as the highest-rated basic cable drama of all time and is the #1 show on television among the coveted 18-49 demo. The property has also been extended into a blockbuster game franchise, licensing business and ongoing publishing success.

Kirkman also serves as consulting producer of The Talking Dead, the popular talk show hosted by Chris Hardwick that deep dives into each week’s episode of both The Walking Dead and its companion series Fear the Walking Dead. Kirkman is co-creator, writer and producer of The Walking Dead’s companion series, Fear the Walking Dead.

He is also executive producer of the AMC series Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comics, and the Korean pre-apocalyptic drama, Five Year. Kirkman’s popular demonic-exorcism comic, Outcast, was adapted, produced and airs on Cinemax.

For the big screen, Kirkman will produce Invincible based on his long-running popular comic book. The project will be written, directed and produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg for Universal Pictures. Other credits include AIR featuring Norman Reedus and Academy Award nominee, Djimon Hounsou.

Additional Kirkman comics include Super Dinosaur, Battle Pope, Astounding Wolf-Man, and Thief of Thieves.

Robert is also the Chairman of Skybound Entertainment. Robert, an advocate for creator rights, co-founded Skybound alongside his longtime business and producing partner David Alpert in an effort to ensure creators are able to maintain their intellectual property rights and creative control.

On the web:

skybound.com

twitter.com/RobertKirkman

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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.

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Invincible release date, trailer, cast, and plot for Amazon's superhero cartoon

Look, up in the sky! It's not Superman. Amazon, the retail giant behind a number of superhero shows including The Tick and The Boys, is getting into the superhero business (again) with Invincible, a new animated series from the creator of The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman.

Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming series, from the latest casting to release dates and how to read the comics now. Check back often as we'll update the page with more details, including cast announcements, plot details, trailers, and more.

When is the release date for Invincible on Amazon?

Mark Grayson, the hero better known as Invincible (and played by Walking Dead breakout Steven Yeun), will fly onto Amazon Prime on March 26, 2021, with the first three episodes immediately available. Subsequent episodes will release weekly.

What is the plot and story of Invincible?

In Invincible, based on the Image Comics series, ordinary 17-year-old named Mark — whose father is the alien superhero Omni-Man — awakens to superpowers of his own and must learn to uphold his father’s legacy.

Invincible is an original superhero saga from Robert Kirkman (creator of The Walking Dead) and illustrators Cory Walker and Ryan Ottley.

Omni-Man was Earth’s greatest protector, a visitor from an alien race called the Viltrumites. But one day at his after-school gig, Omni-Man's son Mark awakens to superpowers of his own, including super strength, speed, flight, quick healing, and some invulnerability. The series ran for more than a decade, beginning in 2003 until 2018 for 144 issues.

How did Amazon get involved with Invincible?

After several years in development as a live-action film by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, Amazon scooped up the property to become an animated serial in the summer of 2018.

Image imprint Skybound will produce the series, with showrunners Kirkman, Simon Racioppa, and executive producers David Alpert and Catherine Winder. Brothers Justin and Chris Copeland (Avengers Assemble, Ultimate Spider-Man) are on board as episode directors.

Where is the trailer for Invincible?

On October 8, to mark the first day of the (virtual) 2020 New York Comic Con, Amazon released the trailer of Invincible. You can watch it in the embed below.

Who is in the cast of Invincible?

In late January 2019, Deadline reported the full cast of Invincible, though only the series’ main two characters have confirmed voice actors. The Walking Dead and Voltron Legendary Defender alum Steven Yuen will star in Invincible as Mark, while Oscar-winner J.K. Simmons will voice Nolan Grayson/Omni-Man.

Deadline also confirmed other actors, including Sandra Oh, Seth Rogen (previously a producer on the movie), Gillian Jacobs, Zazie Beetz, Mark Hamill, Walter Goggins, Jason Mantzoukas, Mae Whitman, Chris Diamantopoulos, Melise, Kevin Michael Richardson, Grey Griffin, and Max Burkholder.

Where can I read Invincible?

At 144 issues long, you could try to pick up each individual back issue at your local comic book shop or at your neighborhood comic conventions. (And it’s always a good thing to support local businesses.) However, for an easier read, several collected editions exist both in print and online.

With each varying in size and number of issues, you can pick whichever one is right for you.

Invincible premieres March 26, 2021 on Amazon Prime.

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Invincible is published by Image Comics. Current price per issue is $2.99.

Publication Dates

Last Issue

Invincible #143: 20 Dec 2017

Current Issue

Invincible #144: 14 Feb 2018

Next Issue

none

Status

Ongoing series. Published monthly-ish. Final issue is #144.

Characters

Main Characters

Allies

Atom Eve

Allen The Alien

Robot

Omni - Man

Enemies

Angstrom Levy

Titan

Minor Characters

William Clockwell

Other Characters/Places/Things

Recent Storylines

Invincible #144

Invincible #143

Collections

Trade Paperbacks

  • Invincible Presents: Atom Eve & Rex Splode, vol. 1 - Collects Invincible Presents: Atom Eve #1-2 & Invincible Presents: Atom Eve & Rex Splode #1-3 - WorldCat - ISBN 1607062550

Hardcovers

  • Invincible Ultimate Collection, vol. 5 - Collects #48-59, plus The Astounding Wolf-Man #11. - WorldCat - ISBN 1607061163

History

Leftover Useful Information

Creative Team

Writer/Creator: Robert Kirkman. Artist/Creator: Cory Walker. Artist: Ryan Ottley.

Publishing History

First published in 2003.

Future Publication Dates

Dates subject to change at the whims of the publisher or distributor. Please see the Diamond Shipping Lists for current information.

News & Features

Links

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