Robert Kirkman-led Invincible first premiered in 2021 on Amazon Prime. After the massive success of Season 1, the animated series went on to pave the path for the second chapter. The first four episodes of season 2 were aired in November 2023. Actors including Steven Yeun, Sandra Oh, Rhea Seehorn, J.K. Simmons, and Mark Hamill have been the voice behind the characters of the popular animated series.


After the completion of the first four episodes of Invincible Season 2, fans took to social media and reacted to Amazon’s dividing the eight episodes into two parts.

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Fans React To Amazon Splitting Up With The Episodes Of Invincible Season 2 Part 2

After the successful run of Invincible Season 1, the second season of the show premiered in November 2023. Despite being subjected to great audience reception, fans just cannot ignore what Amazon did with the second season of the superhero series. Part 2 of season 2 will be aired on March 14, 2024. The first four episodes of season 2 were launched on November 3, 2023.

Mark Grayson as Invincible

Fans took to social media and reacted to the segregation of the episodes of Invincible’s season 2. A fan even mentioned on X, that Amazon’s decision has killed the hype with respect to the second season of the animated series. The comment mentioned-

You’ve destroyed the show for me. Enjoyed the 1st season. Watched it when it was all out. There’s been a bit of a wait for season 2 and then when it came there were 4 episodes released weekly and then a massive mid-season break, then with weekly releases, You’ve killed the hype. 

The superhero animated series is based on the groundbreaking book authored by Robert Kirkman, Ryan Ottley, and Cory Walker. The story revolves around the life of an 18-year-old guy Mark Grayson and his transformation into a superhero under the guidance of his father Nolan Grayson, aka Omni-Man, a member of the alien Viltrumite race.

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Robert Kirkman Talks About The Live-Action Adaptation Of Invincible

During a recent interview with IGN, Robert Kirkman spoke about the second season of Invincible. He teased the idea of the live-action adaptation of the superhero series. While talking about what all it takes to come up with a live-action adaptation of a book or an animated series, Kirkman said-

“Well, I wouldn’t want to reveal [what exactly would be different], per se, but I think that there’s a lot of different things that you can accomplish in live-action,” he said. “There’s a lot of different [audiences] that you can reach that you can’t reach in animation, unfortunately.

A still from Invincible season 1
A still from Invincible Season 1

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He further explained-

And I just think that there’s, I don’t know, there’s a different feel from the story that you’ll get in live-action that you may not necessarily get in animation, and they’re also two completely different things. I like the idea of, the comic is one thing, the Invincible series is one thing, and the Invincible live-action [film] will be a completely different thing.”

Invincible  Season 2, Part 2 is slated to premiere on March 14, 2024 on Prime.

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