Season 2 Premiere Date Revealed for 'Invincible'

Season 2 Premiere Date Revealed for ‘Invincible’

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The anticipation is finally over for fans of Prime Video’s highly acclaimed adult animated superhero series Invincible. Since April of 2021, viewers have eagerly awaited news of the second season, and now we have the official release dates. Season 2 will premiere on November 3, with one episode per week for four weeks. The second half of the season, consisting of four more episodes, will premiere on a yet-to-be-announced date in 2024.

While the wait might seem long, there’s a delightful surprise to keep fans entertained. As part of the show’s San Diego Comic-Con panel, a full-length, 52-minute standalone episode called “Invincible Atom Eve” has been released on Prime Video. This special episode delves into the origin story of Atom Eve, the matter-commanding superhero who has feelings for the main character, Invincible (voiced by Steven Yeun). The episode explores her past, with Aria Kane and Jazlyn Ione providing the voices for Atom Eve at ages seven and twelve, respectively.

The surprise episode features some familiar voices from the series, including Lauren Cohan as War Woman, Phil Lamarr as Sidekick/Salamander, Ross Marquand as Immortal, Aquarus, and Tech, Tatiana Maslany as Queen Lizard, and Khary Payton as Black Samson. Additionally, Stephen Root appears as Brandyworth, a scientist crucial to Atom Eve’s origin, Jacob Tremblay as her antagonist, and the late Lance Reddick as a military pursuer.

As usual for Invincible, this episode delivers intense action and emotional depth. It’s important to note that the show is not intended for children due to its graphic content. However, for adult fans, “Invincible Atom Eve” provides a captivating look into the character’s backstory and her present struggles.

While you eagerly await Season 2, you can watch the Invincible Season 2 trailer and catch “Invincible Atom Eve” on Prime Video right now. It’s sure to be a thrilling ride for fans of the series!

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