Invincible Brings Chaos to Another Level

I knew nothing about Invincible or the comics it was based on. I thought it was a simple show about regular superheroes, but I couldn’t have been more wrong. 

Invincible is absolutely amazing. It’s extremely dark, gory, and graphic to a degree that I haven’t seen often in cartoons which is surprising to me.

After episode one’s conclusion, I was immediately hooked by what I had just watched. I fell in love with the show. Omni-Man is a very interesting character, and I won’t spoil anything, but he has a lot of depth.

Invincible really isn’t afraid to show some brutal violence. It doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to fighting. 

The writing in Invincible is very good. I find all of the characters to be interesting, it’s just that Omni-Man really outshines them. I enjoy the entire Invincible universe. It’s able to keep you hooked and it gives constant hints that there are bigger things in the universe than what you’re seeing happening on Earth. 

It’s a show that seems to me like it has so many things it wants to show you, but it’s only giving you the smallest preview. 

The most impressive thing about Invincible besides the writing and the narrative is the animation. The animation is absolutely incredible. There is obvious CGI at points, but that’s only for background things so it’s not a big deal. When it comes to a fight, it’s beautiful. It’s so fluid. In Invincible, you get around five minutes of nonstop fighting. When Omni-Man fights something, he fights it constantly for minutes on end. Every single punch is visible, as well as all of the action where it’s not close up and disorienting, and you get to see the impact it has on everything. 

They do a great job of showing how strong the characters are. The action is on a whole other level. The fights never stop. When there’s an action scene, you can expect a ton of fighting that’s going to happen without any stops. 

I have nothing negative to say about Invincible. It’s one of those must-watch cartoons.