Invincible Season 2 Release Date: The Boys, a television series based on the comic books by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, debuted its first season on Amazon in 2019. Because of its startlingly brutal violence, it gained rapid appeal, demonstrating that mainstream viewers were interested in R-rated superhero fare that wasn’t only grim and nasty.
The animated version of Robert Kirkman’s comics, Invincible, was released by the streaming service two years later. Following a startling first episode, the drama swiftly attracted viewers, who fervently clamored for another season after its gory ending.
Amazon thankfully took notice. Invincible is not just returning for Season 2, but also for a third season. There is a lot of ground to cover in the Invincible world given the horrifying flips and turns of Kirkman’s original series. We’ll hopefully join Mark Grayson on his next leg of the adventure soon.
Invincible season 2 Potential Release Date: When Will It Air?
We asked [Vernon Sanders, Head of Television at Amazon Studios] Sanders during our interview whether he could provide us with any updates on Season 2 of Invincible, according to Collider. Sanders first made an effort to be evasive by telling us that “2023 is going to be a terrific year for folks.”
“Sanders said emphatically “yes” when we persisted and requested a precise affirmation that brand-new episodes will begin airing in 2023. So, it’s official. Invincible will return for Season 2 in 2023.”
Update will come sometime between Jan 2 and Jan 31!!!
— INVINCIBLE (@InvincibleHQ) January 1, 2023
Invincible Season 2 Cast
- As Mark Grayson/Invincible, Steven Yeun
- Debbie Grayson, played by Sandra Oh
- Nolan Grayson/Omni-Man played by JK Simmons
- Robot Zachary Quinto
- Rudy Connors, Robot’s new actual body, is played by Ross Marquand.
- Atom Eve/Samantha Eve Wilkins is played by Gillian Jacobs.
- Rex Sloan/Rex Splode, played by Jason Mantzoukas
- Kate Cha / Dupli-Kate, played by Malese Jow
- As Shrinking Rae, Grey Griffin
- As Black Samson, Khary Payton
- As Cecil Stedman, Walton Goggins
- As Allen the Alien, Seth Rogen
- Titan starring Mahershala Ali
- The Mauler Twins’ Kevin Michael Richardson
- William Clockwell is played by Andrew Rannells.
- As Amber Bennett, Zazie Beetz
Invincible Season 2 Plot: What Will It Be About?
Having abandoned his plans to kill Mark and subjugate the human species for the Viltrumite Empire, Omni-Man was last seen taking out into space and traveling to an unidentified destination.
Season 2 will probably follow Mark’s efforts to protect Earth from the Viltrumites while also assisting the Coalition of Planets since Cecil invited him to take on the role of the planet’s new defender. Even frightening are Mark’s attempts to complete high school and keep his relationship with Amber intact, as well as the little issue of the Martian Sequids who have infiltrated Earth via an astronaut.
The montage at the conclusion of the final episode of Season 1 is a good place to search for hints about the storyline of Invincible Season 2, according to Kirkman in an interview with The AV Club.
The actor added, “With the montage, I really wanted to remind the viewers of the various strands we had and to convey to them that everything and everything that happened in Season 1 important.”
“Even the smallest elements will play a significant role in the future. I intended to incorporate a lot more of those pops, but it was getting out of hand.
“It also creates the impression that Nolan is off the table for the time being, so Mark is now without a mentor, but all the issues are still present. Moving on, we’ll have to witness a totally different Invincible who must now make his own decisions.
“It prepares us for a fresh plot in Season 2 and beyond, which is what you want with a program like this. Every season should explore the main character in a unique way with a new taste and vibe.
Seasons 2 and 3 might give the show a whole new dimension…or a few hundred pic.twitter.com/zryVPksrng
— INVINCIBLE (@InvincibleHQ) May 4, 2021
A key adversary of Mark’s in the comics, Angstrom Levy, was also hinted at by Kirkman. He said: “[Levy] certainly changes things up,” at the Skybound Xpo Invincible panel.
If you’ve read the comics or watched the TV program, you’ll have a good idea of where the second season is headed if you carefully consider how we adapted the first season’s plot.