Invincible is probably the best superhero comic book in the universe. So, why isn't it more popular? Many people have it on their 'to read' list, but why is it not already ON their 'read' list? It has an great writer and an excellent artist, who have both been working on the book for many years now.
I am one of those people who only recently got into reading Invincible. But now that I have read it, I can't imagine why I never did so before. One reason could be the lack of attention this book gets on this website right here. I have yet to see G-Man or Babs review an Invincible comic and, other than inferiorego's article a while back, nothing Invincible-related (save for the Guardians of the Globe teasers) has graced the front page of the Vine.
So if you're on this forum and you're reading this post, odds are that you're a fan of this character and this comic book. Surely, if you do love this book, you want it to be as popular as possible? You want Invincible's name to be up there with Spider-man and Superman, as the flagship title of Image comics. When people think of the 'Indie' comic companies (basically anyone that isn't Marvel/DC) they don't think of superheroes. But this book right here proves that good, contemporary superhero stories exists outside of the big two.
My task to you, loyal fans of Invincible, is to spread the word about this comic book. Everyone on the Vine should know about Mark Grayson as a great superhero in his own right. If you're up to date with the comic, review each new issue. If someone is asking about what comics they should read, recommend this one. If you're having a casual conversation with someone here, bring up Invincible.
A book like this doesn't deserve to fly under the radar just because it's published by Image. Give Invincible the respect it deserves.