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Mark Grayson is a normal teenager except for the fact that his father is the most powerful superhero on the planet. Shortly after his seventeenth birthday, Mark begins to develop powers of his own and enters into his father’s tutelage.
Seasons & Episodes
EP8 WHERE I REALLY COME FROM
Mark must prove he's become the hero he's always wanted to be by stopping an unstoppable force.
EP7 WE NEED TO TALK
Feeling lost and confused, Mark looks for advice from Eve. At the same time, everyone's looking for him.
EP6 YOU LOOK KINDA DEAD
Mark joins William and Amber on a campus visit to Upstate University, hoping to discover a new future for himself. Debbie makes her own disturbing discovery.
EP5 THAT ACTUALLY HURT
Feeling confident in his new abilities, Mark risks a team-up with a local villain to take down a crime lord, while simultaneously juggling school and a new relationship.
EP4 NEIL ARMSTRONG, EAT YOUR HEART OUT
It's two firsts for Mark: a first date and a first trip to another planet. At the same time, Nolan and Debbie revisit their own first vacation together.
EP3 IT'S ABOUT TIME
When Mark Grayson finally inherits powers from his superhero father, it’s a dream come true. But there’s more to being a hero than just choosing a name and costume.
EP2 HERE GOES NOTHING
With his father out of action, Mark struggles to defend the city against an interdimensional invasion, joining forces with a team of teenage superheroes.
EP1 WHO YOU CALLING UGLY?
Mark has to cut a study date short to help save Mount Rushmore from a crazed scientist. Robot deals with Action - Comic as he assembles a new team of world-saving superheroes.
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First of all, I want to say that Invincible, as the famous Drama tv shows, unlike any other, has the best character development, plot/story development, and cinematography I've ever, ever seen. Everything about it, in my opinion, is perfect. Of course, like every Drama show, this one has a decent amount of Invincible inaccuracies, but don't let that get in the way of the storytelling. If you want a comparison on what Invincible is like, it's a lot like: The Pillars of the Earth and Got. But, as Invincible progresses, it changes A LOT. I personally love plot/story change, although some people have a very hard time handling it, so you must remember to try to be, per see, observant of it, and appreciate it. The first and second season has a real adventurous atmosphere to it. It has lots of raids--especially in England--and you're always curious where our hero Ragnar Lothbrok will go next. The third, fourth and fifth--especially the fifth--it has a more dramatic atmosphere to it. Like GoT. That's not a bad thing at all in my opinion--as aforementioned--I personally love it. With that said, Invincible is truly the best of the best. Everything about it is great. You'll laugh, you'll scream in rage at certain characters--trust me you WILL--and you'll bawl like a little baby. Invincible is an emotional roller-coaster, and everything about it is perfect.