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For a long time, Invincible has been a book that I’ve looked forward to more than just about any other. Its title character is, in my estimation, one of the best new comic characters to emerge from the 21st century.This month’s issue, while touching on a number of ongoing threads, feels more like filler than a standalone story or even one which progresses the overarching plot. While several of these subplots do feature some intriguing developments, very little time is devoted to Mark “Invincible...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Doc Seismic is back and wrecking havoc under the new alias, "Seismic", with the help of his partner Volcanikka. The GoodWell, let's say the "shock" value was achieved in this issue. More on that later though. Robert Kirkman is really building on Invincible's obligation to protect Atom Eve no matter what! Ever since Angstorm reappeared in issue 104, Invincible has been on edge lately. Who can blame him? He's about to become a new father and is in the public eye with many dangerous enemies; and ...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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