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Mark Grayson is a typical teenager, except the fact that his father is one of the greatest superheroes known to mankind. Mark is waiting to develop his own super powers - hopefully something incredible - so that he can follow in his father's footsteps, whether that means fighting inter-dimensional aliens or stopping a bank robbery.

While Mark is at work at the local burger mart he throws a trash bag so high into the sky that it disappears. And with that, it begins!

And what better way, Mark figures, to begin than to go out and fight some crime... in a yellow bandanna goggles and a track suit. While taking down the thieving villain Titan he is spotted by his dad. Dad's impressed, but not by the costume, and Marc is taken to the tailor Art to develop a costume. Ideally, Mark hopes, something iconic.

Later, Mark sticks up for a a kid at school who is being bullied, possibly forgetting about his own strength. The principle - who he's called in to see - creates his moniker accidentally by telling him he's not Invincible.

Soon Marc is taking on some more criminals, some diamond thieves, but now he's Invincible!

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It just pays to be, INVINCIBLE! 0

Robert Kirkman introduces a new character to the world of superheroes! Let's just say that this is a new twist to the idea of being a superhero and a legacy child. It's going to pay to be INVINCIBLE!The GoodIn this issue, it's all about beginnings! Robert Kirkman introduces to us the friends and family of Mark Grayson [a.k.a. Invincible]. And how his world changes from absolutely normal to awesome in a very short amount of time. With his father, Omni-Man, being the World's Greatest Hero; Mark ha...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Invincible #1 review 0

Like most of the Image comics issue #1s I read, this one was free to read on their site and thank goodness it was. After reading through a cavalcade of really bad comics(like Sidekick) I stumbled upon Invincible #1. Invincible is one of Image's most popular comic series and this comic shows why. The main character is fun and likable, the plot is good for a first issue introducing you to the main character and the world he lives in and the art is pretty good and rather unique. Overall, I liked th...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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