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Invincible: Ultimate Collection, Vol. 2

Invincible Ultimate Collection Vol Continuing the definitive collection of what is probably the best superhero comic book in the universeWhat now After the cataclysmic events of the last volume Mark is left to pick up the pieces of hi

  • Title: Invincible: Ultimate Collection, Vol. 2
  • Author: Robert Kirkman Ryan Ottley Todd Nauck Khary Randolph Cory Walker Matthew Roberts Joshua Luna Damon Lindelof
  • ISBN: 9781582405940
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Continuing the definitive collection of what is probably the best superhero comic book in the universeWhat now After the cataclysmic events of the last volume, Mark is left to pick up the pieces of his life Everything is different now his family, his friends, his colleagues The world is a very strange and unfamiliar place for our young superhero He is faced with insurmoContinuing the definitive collection of what is probably the best superhero comic book in the universeWhat now After the cataclysmic events of the last volume, Mark is left to pick up the pieces of his life Everything is different now his family, his friends, his colleagues The world is a very strange and unfamiliar place for our young superhero He is faced with insurmountable odds, countless super villains, otherworldly threats and graduating high school Nobody told him being a superhero would be easy, but nobody told him it d be this hard, either.This volume contains issues 14 24, the zero issue and the story from the Image Comics Summer Special from Free Comic Book Day 2004.

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    1 thought on “Invincible: Ultimate Collection, Vol. 2

    1. Excellent 2nd collection!This story arc is about growing up and taking on new relationships and responsibilities. There's also all the emotions that come along with the spoilery thing that happened in the last collection. Shock, anger, betrayal, griefHow Mark deals with the fallout from that starts to mold him into a more adult character, and I think Kirkman does a great job showing Mark (and the other characters') growth.It's still fun, uniquely interesting, oddly touching, and humorous look at [...]

    2. This was certainly much better than volume 1 of the ultimate collection. I admit I was impatient, but that's maybe because the story moved so fast that I thought the characters development would move to suit. In this volume you get much more character development. Mark not only has to deal with his family losses, but he has to deal with his mothers' grief and a new love. You'd think it would all be too much, but he copes well.I really love the crisp sketching and inking in invincible and the bes [...]

    3. Brief Introduction:After reading the first volume of Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker’s classic superhero comic “Invincible,” I just had to read the second volume of this fantastic series and see more of Mark Grayson and his family after the explosive and tragic revealation at the end of the first volume! “Invincible: Ultimate Collection Volume Two” is definitely one volume you do not want to put down!What is the story? After the tragic events in the first volume, Mark Grayson is startin [...]

    4. En este segundo lujoso integral (con extras, muchos extras) que recopila los números 14 – 24 (USA), un número #0 y el Especial de Verano de Image Cómics del Día del Cómic Gratis en 2014 nos pone justo tras los cataclísmicos acontencimientos del tomo anterior. Mark deberá recomponerse tras el gran mazazo llevado, enfrentarse a complicadas decisiones, combatir con incontables supervillanos, viajar a otros mundos y por supuesto, graduarse para poder ir a la universidad. Como el mismo Kirkm [...]

    5. Volume 2 picks up where volume 1 left off. The larger story starts to take shape here, with delving deeper into the characters and introducing some new. This is a well written series, with good art work.

    6. This book starts to deal with the fallout of the shocking twist at the end of the first HC. We do see a fair bit of additional character development. I need to review these soon after reading so I remember what is and isn't in a particular volume.

    7. Este segundo tomo me ha gustado, como mínimo, de igual modo que el primero. Echo en falta un poco más de enjundia, que vaya de un modo más directo a las tramas principales y a las subtramas que estamos deseando conocer, pero la verdad es que la espera entre momentos gloriosos resulta tan deliciosa que me quejaré en voz muy, muy baja.

    8. Ah, Robert Kirkman, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways:1. Invincible;2. Invincible;3. The Walking Dead.Lame, I know. Sorry. But honestly, Robert Kirkman knows how to pack a punch in both Invincible and The Walking Dead. But this isn’t about TWD. That’s all over the place. Let’s talk about my beloved Invincible. As you can see, I’m way behind in this series. I’ve just finished volume 2 which encompasses issues #s14-24 (with a few extras), while the series itself is up to issue #1 [...]

    9. I'm still enjoying this as much as any other comic I've read recently, and certainly a lot more than Kirkman's far more famous title, The Walking Dead. There are, however, similarities: Kirkman does seem to like to have characters doing stupid things or just being generally obtuse. In The Walking Dead it got to be irritating as a literary device, exploring the ordinary pettiness of human nature and the idiocy of daily life with the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse, which I found aggravating and f [...]

    10. Now I'm hooked on this series. This is clearly turning into my favorite superhero book. Starting to get attached to character I didn't think I would care about and reading story's other superhero books don't really focus on anymore like alcoholism and even simple things like homework.I think my favorite part of this book is yes it a superhero book, but it's also a book about the everyday life of the superhero. Kirkman nails both in one issue usually. Oddly I'm interested in Mark Grayson's person [...]

    11. This volume features a lot of great stories involving Mark becoming a hero in the wake of the tragedy from volume 1. Everyone who reads this: pay close attention to the characters Robot and Monster Girl. They will become extremely important years / volumes down the road. There is a slow burn in their sub plot storyline. Robot takes some very important steps in his development here. The origin of the villain Angstrom Levy is also told, he will give Mark great challenges later on.

    12. I didn't care much for the first volume, but seeing the fanfare and love for this series from so many others, I decided to try one more time and I'm so happy I did! It's a nice break from more serious reads, the story and subplots are growing, I've started caring about the characters and I'm really looking forward to seeing where things go!

    13. Invincible starts out with a bang. This volume approaches maximum velocity, though, and starts to cruise. The impact is the same from here on out no matter what heights it reaches. The highlight of Invincible is its sense of humanity and personal problems in the face of the large scale, uniiversal turmoil going on inside of it. In this way, the book mimics Spider-Man almost to a tee. A young man struggling with his powers and personal life and trying to understand what it means to be a hero but [...]

    14. The plot got quite a bit thicker in this volume, and I'm glad. I appreciate the way Mark's relationships with mom and friends are playing out (surprisingly realistic considering), but they're not really substantial enough to carry the plot. It's clear that Mark telling his human girlfriend about his secret identity is going to backfire big time, probably soon.Sort of felt a bit overwhelmed by all the characters introduced in this volume, and I'm having a bit of trouble keeping track of all of th [...]

    15. Puede parecer que este segundo recopilatorio no está a la altura del primero, pero es una falsa impresión que puede darse porque como apunta Kirkman en su epilogo, el primer tomo estaba hecho sin saber si habría mas y para cuando llegaron al numero 14, que abre este segundo recopilatorio, ya sabia que tenia tiempo para hacer lo que le diera la gana.Es por eso que el primer recopilatorio podría funcionar incluso como tomo único y en cambio en este nos ponemos a dispersarnos en varias direcci [...]

    16. First off, let me just say that Invincible is a terrific read if you like superheroes and it's probably my favorite series in the genre being published right now.That being said, I was a bit let-down with Volume 2 in one respect. Volume 1 of Invincible read wonderfully both as individual issues and as a long-format collection. the 12 issues collected in the first book have a nice story arc involving Mark, his father, and their roles as heroes. One could sit down with Vol. 1 and read a complete f [...]

    17. I'm digging it, though not blown away. Several interesting characters and plotlines.In the Afterward Kirkman mentions that this book "became a bit of a mess" with all the subplots going on, and he's right. Several plotlines are introduced and left open-ended (in addition to what came before in book #1). And there are also many little bits scattered in that aren't full plots but that practically scream THIS WILL BE IMPORTANT LATER. Add a #0 recap issue, and a summer special issue containing Origi [...]

    18. I liked it but it almost seemed like an intro into what is to come for the Invincible world. Seems weird to say that I just read a year's worth of transition. There were no jaw-dropping WTF moments like in volume one, but hey, Invincible gets laidoops, spoiler.

    19. I don't know if it was because I didn't read the first few issues first or what. But I found this story to be very scattered and it seemed to skip around a lot.

    20. This volume sees Mark dealing a lot with the fallout from the previous one. Lots of hanging issues with Mark's dad, Mark heading off to college and taking on a more important role as a super-hero. We get to see Invincible have adventures under the sea, on Mars, and even a little bit of dimension hopping goes on. Oh, and Mark has to deal with balancing his secret identity with having a girlfriend!Even Kirkman himself admits this volume contains so much material that's setting up future storylines [...]

    21. A bit of a different take on a young superhero. But it's no Astro City. And the "that's so gay" comment when Mark carries someone flying irritates every time. And I don't buy his relationship with Amber - I liked it better when she was going to break up with him because he was selling drugs. The book just seems like it is trying a little bit too hard. 3.5 of 5.

    22. Mark Grayson is a senior in high school when he grows into his super powers. The government has hired him on to fight crime, something he was already doing. They also threw in a college scholarship and have taken care of his mom financially in Mark's father's absence.

    23. After the devastating conclusion of “Invincible” issue 13, which rounded up the previous ultimate collection, Mark Grayson is left dazed and confused. After barely 12 months of being a superhero, his new profession has already turned his life – and that of his friends and family – completely upside down.And he doesn’t get much time to get his life back on track, because new challenges are already racing towards him. College, attention-craving girlfriends and a very busy schedule of try [...]

    24. The problems I had with the first collection are still present beside the huge reveal at the ending issues. This volume gives some strength to the characters by providing some back stories, which was not constant in the first volume. There is growing here but it isn't fast and that is a huge problem here, everybody is continuing as normal when you could be spending time with the dissolving relationship between mom and son. That relationship is much more interesting than the constant action packe [...]

    25. It took a few days before I could get my hands on the second book in the collection of the Invincible series but oh how glad I was that it was a quiet day so I could spend my time with my nose stuck in this book reading away at another 400ish page comic book. Having loved the first one I was excited for this next one. Invincible is quickly becoming one of my favorite story arcs and super heroes. He is fun he is real and the story deals with real life issues.After the big reveal at the end of the [...]

    26. *Contains Spoilers for Volume 1, Issues #1-#13Volume 2 of Invincible: The Ultimate Collection covers Issues #14-#24, picking up in the aftermath of the introductory volume. Mark aka Invincible is coping with the devastating news that his father, Omni-Man, is actually a Viltrumite whose sole purpose was to enslave and subdue Earth. After Omni-Man's confession that he never loved his wife or anyone else and that everything was a lie, Mark struggles to come to grips with this.Volume 2 spends a lot [...]

    27. It's been a few years since I read (and liked) the first collection and in the interim I've gone off The Walking Dead. It took a short while to get back to speed.Kirkman is so much better with Invincible, light and breezy with lots of humour and heart yet not restricted in the way Marvel/DC are with their Supers. We have frank violence and events have real repercussions. Many of the themes parallel those in ultimate Spider-Man yet Kirkman finds a different, equally real and compelling path. It's [...]

    28. Robert Kirkman's Invincible series is awesome. I've read at least two TPB's beyond this hardcover, but I gained a lot from re-reading it. LikeThe Walking Dead, this book has a ton of characters, but with their weird heroic costumes, they're a bit easier to keep track of. Still, I had completely forgotten about Isotope, and his machinations with the mafia. These issues are kind of a lull between the what comes before (especially the big reveal with Omni-Man) and what comes after (Angstrom Levy, O [...]

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