Rogen and Goldberg to Produce INVINCIBLE Film

Rogen and Goldberg to Produce INVINCIBLE Film

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg may soon be the powerful, or Invincible names in comics cinema. The duo has already seen success in bringing Preacher to screen for AMC. They now turn their sights back to the silver screen. THR is reporting that Rogen and Goldberg are set to produce a live-action adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s Invincible for Universal.  Kirkman, the creative mind behind AMC’s The Walking Dead and Cinemax’s Outkast, first created Invincible at…

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It’s the End of the Road for INVINCIBLE

It’s the End of the Road for INVINCIBLE

After thirteen years, innumerable accolades, and a higher body count than any super-hero book in history, Robert Kirkman‘s Invincible is nearing its conclusion. Where Kirkman’s had once talked of handing off the reins of his landmark character to another creative team, today the independent comics titan announced that he is setting out on a final arc for Mark Grayson. In an open letter to fans on the home page of his Skybound imprint, Kirkman justified…

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Cory Walker’s Return to INVINCIBLE Sends #127 Back for 2nd Printing

Cory Walker’s Return to INVINCIBLE Sends #127 Back for 2nd Printing

After a three-month hiatus, Robert Kirkman‘s Invincible returned to comic book shops this week along with original series artist Cory Walker. Sales on the book have been strong enough that Image Comics announced today that this month’s issue will be receiving a second printing, due out in stores the first week of May, which is a pretty fast turnaround. For some time, Image has tried to avoid multiple printings by increasing initial print runs, but…

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Artist Depicts Bernie Sanders as INVINCIBLE

Artist Depicts Bernie Sanders as INVINCIBLE

Is Bernie Sanders invincible? One artist appears to think so. With the American presidential race in full swing, memes of candidates from both ends of the political spectrum dominate the internet. Today artist Tony Zvonek took a comic-book-based approach to the struggle, altering the cover of Invincible volume 12 to make the protagonist resemble Senator Bernie Sanders. View post on imgur.com Entitled “Invincible Bernie”, the image comes just a day after Sanders swept the Alaska,…

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Cory Walker Returns To INVINCIBLE in April

Cory Walker Returns To INVINCIBLE in April

  Invincible is, by many accounts, the single best super hero title published outside of DC or Marvel Comics. Image Comics, the largest independent comic book publisher in the world, has successfully parlayed Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker‘s iconic creation into the cornerstone of their own super-heroic franchise. Walker was the original artist for the Invincible series, having penciled both covers and interiors for the first seven-issue arc before moving to covers and back-up features…

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Microwave Review: Invincible Volume 8 Life Changes For Everyone

Microwave Review: Invincible Volume 8 Life Changes For Everyone

  Robert Kirkman (writer) Ryan Ottley (artist) Bill Crabtree (colorist) Image Comics $14.99                   Invincible Volume Eight: My Favorite Martian covers issues #s 36-41. It’s another brutal volume. Robert Kirkman, no matter the subject matter, seeks to ruin his readers emotional outlook for the day. I am really unsettled by the contents of this volume, just like I was with all the rest that I’ve read of…

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“Invincible #111″ Sells Out

“Invincible #111″ Sells Out

The controversial and shocking 110th installment of the eleven-year running Invincible series has seen a rise in issue sales. Issue #111 sold out across stores and is off for its second reprint. Back in January it was announced at the Image expo that Kirkman would be re-taking a more direct role in the production of story with the series he originally created. Fans felt that influence when the last issue ended with a shocking final few pages. Regardless…

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Invincible Movie? Chasing Up Rumours!

Invincible Movie? Chasing Up Rumours!

It’s March 2005 and Variety posts the news that Paramount Pictures have purchased the rights to make an Invincible movie, a tale of the son of an all-powerful superhero who grows up to forge his own path in his super-hero career. Penned by Robert Kirkman of the now world-famous Walking Dead series, the cult super-hero comic garnered a lot of attention as Kirkman himself was pegged to write the script, giving the promised title an aura of authenticity few…

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ADVANCE REVIEW: “Invincible #111″ Angles for Walking Dead Readers with New Direction

ADVANCE REVIEW: “Invincible #111″ Angles for Walking Dead Readers with New Direction

WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR “INVINCIBLE #111″ “Invincible #111″ is the first issue in Robert Kirkman’s “bold new direction for the title.” According to the solicits, this new direction would see the title “Suddenly infused with more gore and terror than a zombie apocalypse.” This issue certainly delivers on that particular promise, as Kirkman gleefully smashes heads, slashes throats, and causes all kinds of trauma to pregnant women. This bold new direction also appears…

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REVIEW: “Invincible #110” Features Worst Tropes In Comics

REVIEW: “Invincible #110” Features Worst Tropes In Comics

WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR “INVINCIBLE #110” To begin with, I have been in love with Invincible for a long time. I have gone on countless message boards and told innumerable new readers how wonderful it is. I have held Mark Grayson up as the single best new character of the modern age of comics. I’ve had reservations about the title in recent months. It has seemed like Robert Kirkman had let things grow…

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