Invincible creator Robert Kirkman reveals that Universal is still very interested in making live-action movie for the animated series.
“Everybody’s doing a great thing trying to make sure that future generations get to be able to work and thrive and survive in this industry. Everything’s been put on pause, but it’s something that I know Universal is very invested in, and it’s something that we’ve been working on behind the scenes up to this point. Hopefully, I’ll be able to answer this question in a more answerable way at some point in the future.”
In Invincible Season 2, the story continues from the intense showdown at the end of the first season. Following the shocking revelation that Nolan Grayson, also known as Omni-Man, isn’t the hero Mark had always thought him to be, but rather has a much darker agenda of his own. Throughout the season, both Mark and Debbie struggles to come to terms with this profound betrayal, and it will significantly influence Invincible‘s journey as a hero.
Invincible Season 2 premieres on Prime Video on November 3.