The wait for Amazon Prime's hit animated series Invincible Season 2 is slowly, but surely, well on its way to deliver a strong continuation to the show this coming October, following an enjoyably brutal, gory, and enticing first season.
Invincible Season 1 introduced a plethora of unique super-powered beings ranging from superior powers and abilities derived from the comics, most notable in Omni-man, who righteously served as the series first main antagonist.
Now, Invincible creator Robert Kirkman, teases the coming of Invincible's next formidable foe for the second season in an interview with Inverse, and readers of the Invincible comic series truly have something spectacular to look forward to:
“Some large or small aspect of Season 2 focuses on the Angstrom Levy character, - Robert Kirkman, Inverse
“He'll be a new villain that comes into the series. And if you've read the comics, you're aware of who he is and what his deal is. He's a villain that has access to multiple dimensions, and so it's another one of those dang multiverse things.” - Robert Kirkman, Inverse
In the pages of the Invincible comic books, Angstrom Levy develops multiversal and dimensional travel abilities, after an accident occurs which he blames Invincible for, following the two super-powered beings forming a strong hatred for one another.
“We do things in a different way [than the comics], so there's a little bit of a unique flavor to what we're doing,” - Robert Kirkman, Inverse
Kirkman teases a departure of the character's storytelling for the coing second season, setting in true anticipation for how this character can and will be adapted for the animated series.
Aside from a teaser trailer made about Season 2's current production rate at the time released a few months back, no following details have been made considering the series nearing its October release date.
Seventeen-year-old Mark Grayson is just like every guy his age, except that his father is Omni-Man, the most powerful superhero on the planet. As Mark develops powers of his own, he discovers his father's legacy may not be as heroic as it seems.
ComicBookMovie.com, and/or the user who contributed this post, may earn commissions or revenue through clicks or purchases made through any third-party links contained within the content above.