In the remaining four episodes of Invincible, Mark Grayson's battle against Viltrumites will intensify.
The second part of Invincible Season 2, which will continue with four more episodes, has set its premiere date. In November 2023, the first four episodes of Invincible: Season 2 made their long-awaited return on Prime Video. Following his high-stakes showdown with his father, Omni-Man/Nolan, played by J.K. Simmons, in the first season finale, Steven Yeun's character Mark Grayson is still in shock in the second season. Omni-Wife Man's Debbie's (Sandra Oh) situation is similar; however, the plot thickens rapidly, revealing a new aspect of Omni-Man and ending on suspenseful cliffhangers.
Now we know for sure that Thursday, March 14, will be the premiere of Invincible: Season 2, Part 2 on Prime Video. Prime Video will drop the four remaining episodes, which will be streamed weekly.
|Web Series Name
|Invincible: Season 2, Part 2
|Web Series Genre
|Adult animated superhero
|Steven Yeun, Sandra Oh, and J. K. Simmons
|March 14, 2024
Check out the announcement below:
Meanwhile, the third episode of Invincible's second season concludes with a shocking revelation: Mark learns that his father has been residing on the extraterrestrial planet Thraxa. Mark has made it his home ever since the events of the first season finale of Invincible, and he has even expanded his family by adopting Oliver, a younger brother. Mark agrees to help Nolan defend his new family from the Viltrumites when Nolan explains that he needs Mark's assistance in this battle.
They fought valiantly despite their disagreements, but ultimately lost. The Viltrumites kidnap Nolan and abduct him. Another Viltrumite then has a little conversation with Mark. After imprisoning Nolan, they explained to Mark that the mission to conquer Earth was now his responsibility. Because of this, Invincible must eliminate all Earth defenders, including his companions, in order to make the planet ready for invasion by the Viltrum Empire. Mark faces serious repercussions if he opts out.
Season 2 of Invincible focuses on King Mauler (Kevin Michael Richardson) after the credits roll, and he reveals to his counterpart that he is not the clone and poisons him. The Prime Video series has a lot to offer, including Debbie's ongoing struggle with Nolan's betrayal and Donald's quest to unravel his strange past.