Invincible was created by Robert Kirkman (Walking Dead, Marvel Zombies) and Cory Walker. Cory Walker was the artist on the first seven issues, but is still involved with the title on a design / consultant basis, with Ryan Ottley joining Kirkman as the Invincible artist since issue #8 (the title is on issue #42 presently). Ryan Ottley hasn't missed a beat since he became the Invincible artist and his style was an easy transition from Cory Walker's. There's eight trade paperbacks collecting Invincible with each volume titled after tv shows from yesteryear, such as Three's Company, Perfect Strangers, and Head of the Class.
I just finished reading Invincible volume 5 The Facts of Life and this is a refreshing super hero book, with great characters, humor (although when it gets dark, it's fairly dark, but without leaving a tone to the series that is just grim and gritty), and actual plot and character progressions. There's quite a twist that happens, but I'm not going to say what that is or when it happens because it's best discovered while reading (and I feel a little bad about just mentioning a twist because now people who haven't read Invincible will be looking for it and trying to guess - but I think mentioning this lets people know that there's something else going on in Invincible and it's not just a standard super hero book). I like the names of some of the other super heroes that Invincible works with from time to time such as Dupli-Kate, Rex Splode, and Atom Eve. Invincible reminds me of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's run on Amazing Spider-Man (#1-#38).
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