This superhero series as cult as The Boys renewed for seasons 4 and 5

Superhero series rated 4.3 out of 5 by AlloCiné internet users, “Invincible” has been renewed by Prime Video for two additional seasons.

Comic book author Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead) had promised: the three years that passed between season 1 and season 2 will be the longest period that fans of the Invincible series will have to wait. In fact, the program has been the subject of a double renewal since the third season has already been ordered, with a view to an upcoming broadcast on Prime Video.

But the success encountered by the series apparently allowed it to be renewed for seasons 4 and 5, according to the Skybound Entertainment studio, founded by Robert Kirkman. In an article dedicated to the crowdfunding of an Invincible video game project, the company mentions a renewal of the series for two additional seasons, while the third is described as “in production”.

It appears that this information was not intended to be discussed publicly, since this mention has since been removed. Unfortunately for Skybound, Internet users never forget anything, especially when it comes to their favorite series…

Invincible vs The Boys: mortal combat!

An irreverent parody of the superhero universe, Invincible follows the adventures of a young teenager, Mark Grayson. Son of the illustrious Omni-Man, an alien from the planet Viltrum endowed with superpowers, the young budding hero will have to face the weight of responsibilities by discovering the true nature of his father.

As violent as it is trashy, Invincible is the perfect complement to The Boys – also available on Prime Video – although these two superheroic universes are not linked. Their iconic heroes Omni-Man and The Protector nevertheless appear among the additional characters in the new Mortal Kombat video game, alongside Peacemaker.

The first two seasons of the animated series Invincible are now available on Prime Video.

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