Invincible Season 2

‘Invincible’ Season 2 Is Closer Than Ever

Mark's putting in a lot of work, alright?
Invincible Season 2
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Let’s be honest: adult animated series aren’t always that compelling or thought-provoking. More often than not, they’re built around shitty jokes, potentially offensive scenes, and stale plots. Invincible isn’t that kind of series, and Robert Kirkman is a talented guy. Season 1 introduced us to an array of characters and didn’t hold back on the realistic depictions of violence and chaos. We’re not in the land of family-friendly Marvel movies and TV shows, and Invincible season 2 is bound to be nuttier than ever for Mark Grayson, a.k.a. Invincible (voiced by Steven Yeun).

The last time we saw Mark and his mother, they were dealing with the pain of Nolan (voiced by J.K. Simmons) embracing his Viltrumite destiny (which is very much rooted in colonialism) and beating the hell out of his own son. Who knows what they’ll pull from the comics next? Here’s what we do know about the upcoming season (so far).

What is Invincible season 2 about?

The official synopsis for Invincible season 2 reads: “Still reeling from Nolan’s betrayal in Season 1, Mark struggles to rebuild his life as he faces a host of new threats, all while battling his greatest fear — that he might become his father without even knowing it.”

Does Invincible season 2 have a release date?

We’re looking at a Friday, November 3 release for the first half of Invincible season 2, which consists of four episodes premiering weekly. Meanwhile, the other half will drop in 2024.

It’s also been announced that the show’s third season is in the works.

Is there a trailer for Invincible season 2?

Lots of blood, lots of drama, lots of superhero antics, and more of Mark trying to get through the fact that his family has been destroyed.

Who’s in Invincible Season 2?

The voice cast is incredibly large, and that means there’s no shortage of characters to look out for. The main cast will be returning, as will the minor characters.

Steven Yeun as the voice of Invincible/Mark Grayson

Sandra Oh as the voice of Debbie Grayson

J.K. Simmons as the voice of Nolan Grayson/Omni-Man

Zazie Beetz as the voice of Amber Bennett

Gillian Jacobs as the voice of Samantha Eve Wilkins/Atom Eve

Walton Goggins as the voice of Cecil Stedman

Jason Mantzoukas as the voice of Rex Sloan/Rex Splode

Zachary Quinto as the voice of Robot, Rudy Connors

Kevin Michael Richardson as the voice of the Mauler Twins

Seth Rogen as Allen the Alien

Grey Griffin as Shrinking Rae and Amanda

Chris Diamantopoulos as Donald Ferguson and Doc Seismic

Ross Marquand as Robot, Abraham Lincoln/The Immortal, and Aquarus

Khary Payton as Markus Grimshaw/Black Samson

Andrew Rannells as William Clockwell

Malese Jow as Kate Cha/Dupli-Kate

There are even more folks on this list, as the cast list is aggressively long. Tatiana Maslany will return to the series to voice two season 2 roles: General Telia and Queen Aquaria. In addition to the returning cast, Invincible season 2 will feature over a dozen new names, such as Peter Cullen as Thaedus, Sterling K. Brown as Angstrom Levy, Ella Purnell, Jay Pharoah, Shantel VanSanten, Daveed Diggs, Calista Flockhart, Lea Thompson, Paul F. Tompkins, Ben Schwartz, and more.

According to Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Instagram, Yeun’s The Walking Dead co-star has also been cast in the upcoming season in an undisclosed role.

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