Trailer of ‘Invincible’ a superhero from the creator of ‘The Walking Dead’

A still from ‘Invincible’, which will premiere on March 26 on Amazon Prime Video.

On March 26, the adaptation of the comic by Robert Kirkman, original author of ‘The Walking Dead’, arrives on Amazon Prime Video. An animated series for adults with a stellar cast.

Amazon Prime Video has debuted the first images of ‘Invincible’ in the form of a trailer. Is about Invincible, an animated series for adults that will tell us the story of Mark Grayson, a teenager who has to assume his superpowers and be a good disciple of his father, the arch-powerful superhero Omni-Man.

Invincible is a new twist on the paradigm of superheroes that, in the style of The Boys, comes from an independent publisher and offered a fresh air to the hackneyed genre. Visually, in addition, the series looks spectacular, with a good dose of blood and violence brand of the Kirkman house. In addition, it distills an animation style reminiscent of 2000 series such as Ultimate Spider-man as well as it also has a certain ‘anime’ air:

As we see in the trailer, Mark Grayson must learn to control his powers from the hand of his father and become the superhero Invincible, to which the series gives its title. Little by little, Mark grows up as a superhero and will emerge as the only hope to save the world just when he discovers that his idolized father is not as good as he seems.

The first season of Invincible It will consist of eight one-hour episodes. The series is created by himself Robert Kirkman, which will adapt its second most famous comic after The Walking Dead. Kirkman is accompanied in the creation of the series by another of the original authors of the comic, Cory Walker. Another of the strengths of Invincible is its cast in original version.

Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead) brings the protagonist to life while JK Simmons (Counterpart) gives voice to his father and Sandra Oh (Killing Eve) to his mother. The rest of the cast follows this spectacular line, with names like Walton Goggins (Vice Principals), Seth Rogen (Super salty), Gillian Jacobs (Community), Andrew Rannels (Black Monday), Zazie Beetz (Atlanta), Mark Hamill (Star Wars), Zachary Quinto(Heroes), Mahershala Ali (True Detective) Y Jason Mantzoukas (Brooklyn Nine-Nine).

Written by Serielizados (@serielizados) in February 2021.

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