INVINCIBLE Unleashes His Rage In Preview Clip From This Week's Season 2 Finale

INVINCIBLE Unleashes His Rage In Preview Clip From This Week's Season 2 Finale INVINCIBLE Unleashes His Rage In Preview Clip From This Week's Season 2 Finale

The season 2, part 2 finale of Invincible is set to stream on Prime Video later this week, and in this brief preview clip, we see Mark Grayson unleash the full extent of his rage and power...

By MarkCassidy - Apr 02, 2024 06:04 PM EST
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The season 2, part 2 finale of Invincible, "I Thought You Were Stronger," arrives on Prime Video on April 4, and the streamer has shared a brief clip teasing what promises to be an intense, brutal showdown between Mark Grayson and the villainous Angstrom Levy.

Towards the end of last week's episode, an already distraught (having just broke up with his girlfriend Amber) Invincible received a phone call from a vengeance-seeking Levy, who had taken Mark's mother and half-brother captive.

In this promo, we see the young hero appear to give in to his rage and prepare to unleash the full extent of his power on the villain.

You'll have to tune in on Thursday to find out what happens next (if you've read the comic, you'll already have a pretty good idea), but creator Robert Kirkman promised that fans can expect the most "insane" episode of the series yet during an interview with Collider last year.

"We're getting to the bigger stuff. Cory [Walker], Ryan [Ottley] and I were working on the comic for 16 years, and we really tried to maintain a sense of escalation through the 144-issue run. And that's one of the things that we really painstakingly paid attention to. When I'm working with Dan Duncan, and everybody on the show, making sure that sense of escalation is present, and we're able to add different things, and make the show denser and trim some of the fat that we had off the comic. I'm really proud of that. So as we get deeper into this, I mean, Season 2, Episode 4 is an insane, huge episode, but Season 2, Episode 8 tops it. And when you guys see [Season 3, Episode 8]? Whoo. [Laughs]."

Check out the promo in the player below.

Sterling K. Brown, Peter Cullen, Tatiana Maslany, Rob Delaney, Calista Flockhart, Phil LaMarr, Luke MacFarlane, Scott McNairy, Jay Pharoah, Ella Purnell, Tim Robinson, Ben Schwartz, Rhea Seehorn, Lea Thompson, Paul F. Tompkins, and Shantel VanSanten joined the season 2 cast as guest stars.

"From The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, and based on the Skybound/Image comic of the same name by Kirkman, Cory Walker, and Ryan Ottley, Invincible is an hour-long, adult animated superhero show that revolves around seventeen-year-old Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), who’s just like every other guy his age — except that his father is the most powerful superhero on the planet, Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons). But as Mark develops powers of his own, he discovers that his father’s legacy may not be as heroic as it seems."

Invincible's voice cast also features (deep breath):

Sandra Oh (Killing Eve) as Debbie Grayson, Mark Hamill (Star Wars) as Art Rosebaum, Seth Rogen (An American Pickle) as Allen the Alien, Gillian Jacobs (Community) as Samantha Eve Wilkins/Atom Eve, Andrew Rannells (Black Monday) as William Clockwell, Zazie Beetz (Deadpool 2) as Amber Bennett, Walton Goggins (Vice Principals) as Cecil Stedman, Jason Mantzoukas (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) as Rex Sloan/Rex Splode, Chris Diamantopoulos (Silicon Valley) as Donald Ferguson/Doc Seismic, Khary Payton (Young Justice) as Black Samson, Zachary Quinto (Star Trek Beyond) as Robot, Malese Jow (The Vampire Diaries) as Kate Cha/Dupli-Kate, and Grey Griffin (Scooby-Doo) as Shrinking Ray.

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Scarilian - 4/2/2024, 6:14 PM
Eh, maybe its like this in the comics, but I don't think the show has built up Angstrom Levy enough as opposed to trying to tease elements of the Viltrumite threat. It feels like most this season has just been setting up the next season and we haven't really spent much time getting to really explore the fallout of all the horrific aspects that happened to Mark or the new Guardians of the Globe.

The aspects I do know of the comics make it difficult to imagine how they'll alter it, because there was elements of the Atom Eve story-line that just did not get adapted so you can't have the same payoff as they did in the comics at the end of the fight.

Just feels like the delayed Season 2 coupled with the adaptation kinda feeling a bit aimless at times other than to tease Season 3, including not dropping Amber sooner to focus on Atom Eve, has damaged the potential resolution to Season 2.
Vigor - 4/2/2024, 8:05 PM
@Scarilian - can't help but agree. Feels like just having 2 more episodes in this season, focused on progressing the growing Angstrom conflict, could have made all the difference. But hey let's see how this finale goes.
WruceBayne - 4/2/2024, 9:18 PM
@Scarilian - Angstrom definitely took a backseat to the Viltrumite threat this season. We still have Conquest to get through and they haven’t as so much even mentioned his name. I feel like they kinda ran through the Reanimen storyline too.
mountainman - 4/2/2024, 6:22 PM
Angstrom Levy wasn’t in this season enough for me to care about him as a villain. He seems very powerful and had a tragic origin story, but he really got short changed this season.
Evansly - 4/2/2024, 7:52 PM
@mountainman - I have been loving this season but the break did a major disservice to the show and Angstrom's story. Still looking forward to the big line of the episode and have a feeling it'll feel needed based on what may happen to Debbie
MotherGooseUPus - 4/2/2024, 7:58 PM
@mountainman - agreed. Kinds totally forgot about him cuz of the break and all the viltramite stuff going on... I don't care for him now but hope he makes a lasting impression... S2 has been awesome,.imo and the best character arc/growth has easily been Rex
mountainman - 4/2/2024, 8:04 PM
@MotherGooseUPus - I hated Rex before but appreciate him now. He’s maturing which is nice. My personal favorite now is Donald. Love his arc this season.

I’m only vaguely familiar with the comic arcs, but it seems like they bumped some Viltrumite stuff up in the timeline and season 2 could have benefitted from Angstrom appearing in more than just the first and last episodes.
mountainman - 4/2/2024, 8:06 PM
@Evansly - Mid season break was bad but it was lack of inserting Angstrom that was the problem with his character. He was only in 2 episodes.

Have to feel that the season finale won’t be as impactful as season 1 since we knew Omni Man a lot more at that time.
Evansly - 4/2/2024, 8:35 PM
@mountainman - Oh it definitely won't be as impactful. I do think they have a very good opportunity to make the audience hate him quickly.

Lots to come with the future of the show! Super looking forward to it
mountainman - 4/2/2024, 9:28 PM
@Evansly - I thought that I had heard he was Invincible’s arch nemesis, so I was expecting more. Maybe that comes more as the story progresses.
Evansly - 4/3/2024, 12:04 AM
@mountainman - I think it is more Invincible is his arch nemesis. I'd say Thragg or Conquest are more of Invincible's nemesis
mountainman - 4/3/2024, 6:40 AM
@Evansly - I’m assuming at least one of those is a Viltrumite. I do see them as long term big bads. I like the variety of different kinds of villains personally, but the Viltrumites may be one of the better “evil Superman” tropes I have seen.
McMurdo - 4/2/2024, 6:36 PM
Post the Rowling article cowards
mountainman - 4/2/2024, 6:51 PM
@McMurdo - What, that the ridiculous fascist Scottish law won’t be leading to her arrest.

It’s so disassociating to see the land of my ancestors and William Wallace fall so far. At least they lost.
McMurdo - 4/2/2024, 7:13 PM
@mountainman - Just CRAZY bro. Absolutely nuts.
mountainman - 4/2/2024, 7:52 PM
@McMurdo - I meant disappointing, but alas auto correct.

You know it’s weird, on one hand Europe is smart for banning kids transitioning. On the other, they are such fascists about policing speech.
SonOfAGif - 4/2/2024, 7:55 PM
@mountainman - I read the law and I don't think it means what you think it means. I do have a genuine question though. If I'm a millionaire influencer or celebrity and I have hundreds of thousands of followers and one day I decide to target the Caucasian community with targeted hate rhetoric and my desires to cause them harm. Suddenly my followers cause harm in collaboration with my rhetoric. Should I be penalized as a celebrity influencer using my platform to spread and plan hate speech and violence? I am just curious as to your answer to this.
mountainman - 4/2/2024, 8:17 PM
@SonOfAGif - @McMurdo is free to his own answer on this, but incitement to violence is a very specific crime that essentially boils down to “I want you to hurt X”. When a woman says she wants woman exclusive spaces and no biological men to occupy those spaces (which has been Rowling’s point this entire time), that does not in fact fall under incitement to violence.

And, to your scenario you proposed, there are tons of influencers that say horrible things about white people. And violence against whites for being white does happen.

It’s an unfortunate part of humanity that hatred and violence towards others exist. Always has and always will. Since I know that no government policies can fully protect me and those I care about, it’s my responsibility to protect them and teach them to protect themselves.
WruceBayne - 4/2/2024, 9:27 PM
@SonOfAGif - that’s one of those “What’s the exact number of followers and level of influence you exert”, type questions.
Is there a difference between if I have 100,000 followers and 10 of those followers commit a crime versus if I had 10 followers and each one of those followers committed that same crime? I feel like there’s too much grey area in that law.
Crtdacct2say - 4/2/2024, 6:47 PM
Smooshed head says what?
WhatIfRickJames - 4/2/2024, 6:53 PM
Mark giving this show the attention that it deserves. Can't wait until Friday
Supersperm - 4/2/2024, 8:01 PM
He's gonna get his ass kicked like always?
AnthonyVonGeek - 4/2/2024, 8:07 PM
Season finale already?
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MotherGooseUPus - 4/2/2024, 8:53 PM
@AnthonyVonGeek - that show was sooooo damn funny back in the day

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