Invincible season 2 may not be available for some time. Amazon Studios is releasing more installments of its animated adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s R-rated comic series. It’s still in development so we don’t know when it will be available again.
We are still happy to wait for Mark Grayson to return to our lives. We believe the first season was a huge success with viewers. It was also the best Prime Video series of 2021. The series’ first season was a huge success. Invincible season two will need to receive as much attention and care as possible. Amazon, please take your time.
What do we know about Invincible season 2? As part of Diabolical’s animated spin-off series, Diabolical, Simon Racioppa was interviewed by us to update us on Invincible’s progress. J.K. Simmons (who plays Omni-Man) has teased that the cast would star in the second season. These new details can be found below.
This is not the only thing you will find in this article. We have compiled all the information you need about Invincible season 2 including returning cast members, plot details, and more. After you’ve finished reading all the news, we offer our opinions on how Invincible season 2, which could improve upon its predecessor.
This is a major spoiler for Invincible’s debut season.
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INVINCIBLE SEASON 2 DATE OF RELEASE ON AMAZON PRIME
What we know about Invincible season 2
Amazon Studios has not confirmed the release date of Invincible season 2 by Amazon Studios.
The second season of Invincible was announced alongside season 3. It will be released on April 29, 2021. Simon Racioppa, head writer, said that the two seasons had been in development longer than fans might think.
Racioppa exclusively revealed to TechRadar that “we’ve been working hard on it for some time.” It’s a very important project that we are working hard on. It’s basically that every day Robert Kirkman, Invincible’s co-creator, is working on it. I’m also working on it. We are talking about it and are very close to the end of the process. It’s been a long process, and we haven’t stopped working on it. It’s a huge show.”
Racioppa spoke out about Invincible season 2, which is being developed with comicbookmovie.com. He said, “I think it’s going to be very joyful with it. That’s what I hope. It’s something we want as much as anyone. We’re deep in. It would be great if it were already completed. We’re deep into it.”
Another hit from @Sraxs, Invincible’s showrunner! Before you ask, yes, he is working on S2 and S3 as well.
Curiously, show star Steven Yeun, who plays series protagonist Mark Grayson told Collider in January 2022 that he hadn’t started recording lines for Invincible’s second season. This may have been resolved by now, but if not, there is still much work to be done on season 2.
J.K. Simmons, however, has stated to DiscussingFilm since then that the cast will soon be entering the studio to begin work on season 2.
Simmons stated, “I believe I’m permitted to say that we are going back to work very shortly in the recording studio.” “Now, between the time we did our first recordings and the animation being complete is evidently many months, and probably more than one year. However, Invincible is starting to work seriously and season two will be soon, I will confirm. It’s a very vague term.
Skybound announced that Marge Dean, a veteran animator, had been appointed Head of Animation at the company around the time Yeun made those remarks. Skybound’s press release stated that Dean, whose previous work includes HBO Max’s Gen:Lock and Adult Swim’s Robot Chicken – will “immediately concentrate” on Invincible season 2 and 3.
It’s possible that Dean will be installed in her new role, which could make development go faster. A tweet from the official Twitter account suggests that this is very possible, but don’t expect Invincible season 2 to take flight before 2023.
Kirkman declined to give any details about the launch of season 2, despite speaking during a Skybound Xpo virtual panel in July 2021. Kirkman revealed that he was “happily busy working on other things” when asked about his possible involvement in Marvel Studios’ Zombies animated film. We hope Invincible season 2 will be a light part of the “other stuff” he refers to.
Because I’m being asked. This show is exciting to me. It’ll be amazing if it’s anything like the What If… Episode. It’s not my show. Today was the day I discovered about the show. I am very happy to be working on my own stuff.
INVINCIBLE SECOND SEASON 2 CAST
When is returning to Invincible season 2?
We don’t know if Yeun will be returning, but we expect the actors listed below to reprise their roles in season 1.
- Steven Yeun portrays Mark Grayson/Invincible
- J.K. Simmons is Nolan Grayson/Omni Man
- Sandra Oh as Debbie Grayson
- Zazie Beetz as Amber Bennett
- Gillian Jacobs portrays Samantha Eve Wilkins/Atom Eve
- Andrew Rannells plays William Clockwell
- Walton Goggins is Cecil Stedman
- Jason Mantzoukas is Rex Sloan/Rex Splode
- Ross Marquand, Rudy Conners and Kursk as Rudy Conners
- Art Rosenbaum: Mark Hamill
- Khary Payton is Markus Grimshaw/Black Samson
- Malese Jow is Kate Cha/DupliKate
- Grey Griffin is Shrinking Rae, Amanda (Monster Girl’s human form), and Amanda (Monster Girl’s human form).
- Kevin Michael Richardson, Monster Girl/the Mauler Twins
- Seth Rogen plays Allen the Alien
- Mahershala Ali is a Titan
It is possible that other actors may return.
Zachary Quinto voiced Robot in season 1. However, it is not clear if Quinto will be needed again. Robot was Rudy Conners’ artificial host body. He was born with genetic problems that made it impossible for him to live outside his saline tanks. This was revealed in the first season. Rudy’s consciousness was transferred to his new clone body by Ross Marquand in episode 7. Ross Marquand now takes over vocal duties for Rudy.
We don’t know when Quinto will be back. Robot plays a significant role in the comics. However, we aren’t sure if these events will be included in Invincible season 2, or season 3.
Other potential returnees include Chris Diamantopoulos, Fred Tatasciore(Kill Cannon), Clancy Brown (“Damien Darkblood”), Jeffrey Donovan (“Machine Head”) and Ezra Miller („D.A.“). Sinclair), and Michael Dorn (“Battle Beast and Thokk”). Kirkman hinted at some returns, but we aren’t sure who.
Kirkman expressed an interest in having more Walking Dead cast members appear in future seasons. Yeun, Marquand and Sonequa Martin Green, Laurie Cohan, Lennie James, Michael Cudlitz, Laurie Cohan, Laurie Cohan, Michael Cudlitz and Sonequa Martin Green have all appeared in roles, but Kirkman is looking for more Walking Dead actors to contribute their voices to the show.
Kirkman stated to ComicBook.com, “I can’t imagine a Walking Dead actor I wouldn’t like to work with again.” It’s an incredible group of actors. Andrew Lincoln, Danai Gura, Norman Reedus Melissa McBride Jeffrey Dean Morgan…there aren’t many people I’d rather bring in.
INVINCIBLE SEASON 2 POINT
The plot of Invincible season 2: What’s the story?
There are major spoilers for the animated series.
Comic series are fun, but sometimes confusing. Although there are many possible directions Invincible season 2, we have a good idea of the next installment. This is based upon the season 1 finale, and some hints taken from the official Twitter account of the series.
Let’s start with the Invincible season 1 final. Omni-Man was supposed conquer Earth for the Viltrumite Empire. But, after realizing he couldn’t kill Mark and enslave people for his people’s sake, he tearsfully heads into space to find a new destination.
This plot thread should be continued in Season 2. Mark will have to keep Earth safe from the invading Viltrumites and help the Coalition of Planets prevent them from expanding their universe-wide. Mark knows from Allen the Alien that a fleet is coming and we can expect their friendship to grow as season 2 progresses. Allen will play a greater role in comics, so it’s possible to see Allen taking a bigger role.
should also search for Omni-Man/Nolan. Nolan, in comics, flies to another planet to seek recompense from the Viltrum Empire for leaving his Earth posting. The TV series will continue to explore the relationship between Mark and Nolan, which is also explored in great detail in the comics. If we get too deeply into the father-son relationship, we will be here forever. For now, we’ll just say that we hope to see some Simmons’ Nolan next year.
The show will also be moving into cosmic territory in season 2. Expect strange worlds, bizarre characters, and a plot that spans the universe to be translated from page-to-screen.
Season 1’s finale episode teased potential subplots. We need to see more of the Sequids storyline. It wasn’t officially finished. After he exchanged places with one human astronaut, we know that a Martian infiltrated Earth. The Sequids are now controlling the Martian astronaut who was left behind on Mars. This could be bad news for Earth if the parasitic race chart a course for the blue world.
We might also see Titan’s and Battle Beasts’ stories unfold in greater detail. Last time we saw them, they had taken control of Machine Head’s criminal organization. They were also teleported from Earth. The comics tell their stories, and Kirkman already hinted that the fan favorite Battle Beast would get more screen time in season 2. The Flaxans look like they will return, despite Omni Man’s rampage on their planet in episode 2.
Interesting news is that story elements didn’t even make the cut in Invincible’s comic book run. Kirkman spoke with Beyond the Trailer and said that he wanted to include stories in the TV show that were not possible in the graphic novels. Kirkman gives an example of Damien Darkblood who was exiled back to Hell in episode 4. This episode is not yet part of season 2.
Kirkman has also revealed some of the potential plot points for season 2, and it could include Mark’s greatest nemesis in comics, Angstrom Levy.
Seasons 2 & 3 could give the show a new dimension…or at least a few hundred more viewers.
Kirkman confirmed that Levy would be a part of season 2, following that announcement.
Kirkman stated that Levity really shakes up the world during the Skybound Xpo Invincible panel, where he refused to give a date. If you are familiar with comics and have seen the TV series, you will get an idea of where we are going with season 2. Especially if you reflect on how we adapt the story from the first season.
Fans of the TV series only will be pleased to know that Kirkman teased some “crazy stuff” while Jason Mantzoukas said that he cannot wait for season 2 in which “more villains…like Thragg” as well as more intergalactic elements.
INVINCIBLE SEASON 2: FUTURE SEASONS ON AMAZON PRIME
How many seasons will Invincible go on ?
There are total of 144 Invincible Comics. They span 15 years of Walker and Kirkman’s careers. Although the TV adaptation changed the order of plot points in season 1, the first eight episodes only covered 23 issues. Invincible could end at the season 7-8 mark if it continues on a similar path.
Kirkman said that there may be more or less. ScreenRant spoke with Kirkman, who said there is a “rough roadmap” for where comics will go. Kirkman also told inverse that he could see the comics continuing for five, seven, or even ten years. We might run out of comic books, and… we do 100 season.”
Kirkman is obviously excited about Invincible, but it’s possible to see Invincible continuing for at least five more seasons. It would be foolish for Amazon to stop Invincible after three seasons if the audience wants more. However, a lot of this will depend on how Invincible continues drawing in audiences over its next two seasons.
Amazon’s live-action series that is based on another R-rated comic book, Garth Ennis’ The Boys, has been a huge success. There’s no reason why Invincible season 2, however, can’t build upon its predecessor and stay around for many years.