Invincible (Season 2) Hindi ALL Episodes Review

Invincible (Season 2) Hindi ALL Episodes Review

Invincible (Season 2) Hindi ALL Episodes Storyline

Invincible (Season 2) Hindi: Animated series based on the Skybound/Image comic about a teenager whose father is the most powerful superhero on the planet.

The son of Earth’s most powerful superhero is about to become something greater than himself: something bold, something universal, something – Invincible. From the comics to the screen, Invincible follows Mark Grayson’s journey of becoming Earth’s next great defender after his father, Nolan Grayson: also known as Omni-Man. - Johnny

Invincible (Season 2) Hindi Overview

Director: Ian Abando, Sol Choi, Haylee Herrick, Jason Zurek

Executive Producer: Robert Kirkman, Margaret M. Dean, Catherine Winder, David Alpert, Simon Racioppa, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg

Screenwriter: Helen Leigh

Network: Prime Video

Rating: TV-MA

Genre: Action, Adventure, Animation

Original Language: English

Release Date: Nov 3, 2023

Invincible (Season 2) Hindi ALL Episodes Review

Your super cool series that I can recommend to everyone and that does a lot of things right, above all turning the superhero genre upside down or at least reshuffling the cards, I’ll just list the things that the series does wrong.1. Time flies on the show I never noticed it, if it wasn’t said all the time I wouldn’t have guessed that the first season was within a year because you have absolutely no sense of time here with all the hospital stays and how the characters develop, if you had asked me, I would have assumed from the beginning that it would take a maximum of two months.2. Amber is an unlikable character who I absolutely disliked from the middle of the series and every scene with her got on my nerves terribly. I even wished at times that she would be written out of the series entirely or just die.3. I bought the comics, although the original template doesn’t play a role purely for this review, but I noticed that basically they both do the same thing, I find Amber implemented much better in the comic and a lot more likeable than I do here in the series.

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