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Get in on the ground floor! This massive hardcover collects the first 13 issues of Robert Kirkman's Eisner-Nominated super-hero, along with all the extras from the first three trade paperback volumes and even more on top of that! Invincible: The Ultimate Collection, Volume 1 is a can't-miss for anyone who's wanted to start reading Invincible, but needed an easier way to start from the beginning.

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Collecting the first 13 issues of what is probably the best superhero comic book in the universe.

Mark Grayson is just like most everyone else his age. He's a senior at a normal American high school. He has a crappy part time job after school and on weekends. He likes girls quite a bit, but doesn't quite understand them. He enjoys hanging out with his friends and sleeping late on Saturdays (at least until the good cartoons come on)> The only different between Mark and everyone else his age is that his father is the most powerful superhero on the planet, and as of late, he seems to be inheriting his father's powers.

But that's only the beginning of Mark's problems.

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An Ultimate Introduction to Invincible 0

First off I know Invincible has been out for a while but I just got my first Ultimate Collection so I thought I would post my thoughts on it. For a while now several friends of mine have been gushing about how great Robert Kirkman's Walking Dead was so I checked it out. It was ok but I am not really into Zombies, then after I did a bit of research I found out he had another ongoing, a superhero title Invincible. I read my friends trade and I was hooked and ordered the first Ultimate Collection r...

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Good start! 0

I have been curious about this title for a while now. I picked up the first collection at the library this past week. While it started out weakly for my taste, I eventually warmed over to this book. The first few issues were almost painful to read. The dialogue was stilted and hokey, the story kind of blah. It was until the twist in the middle of the book that I actually got hooked. Issues 11-13 were quite brilliant and a nice reinterpretation of the Superman story. I don't want to spoil t...

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