TonySharkks | 43 points
The twists never actually stop in this superhero story that defies all known comic book logic. For 144 issues, Invincible journeys through a DC/Marvel-ian universe that weaponizes your sense of familiarity in the name of a compelling story.
Characters die, and they don't come back (or, when they do, there's a logical reason for it). Good and evil exists in the moment, never hinging on static 'hero' and 'villain' labels. But Invincible goes further than simply obliterating familiar tropes.
The story also doesn't shy away from letting real life intrude on our escapist fantasy. Infidelity, domestic abuse, even rape all drive events at various points. There's plenty of humor and life-affirming positivity to balance the bad, but all of it — good and bad both — shapes the deep cast of characters. They grow and evolve. Their worldview changes as life plays out around them.
To share any more than the basic setup is to spoil what makes Invincible special. Mark Grayson is an average high school teen who works a shitty fast food job and hides an important family secret: His father Nolan is actually Omni-Man, a Superman-esque alien hero to all.
Mark's world changes forever on the day that he develops powers of his own... -Mashable
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