Invincible, Vol. 2: Eight is Enough

Robert Kirkman Cory Walker Ryan Ottley Erik Larsen Matt Roberts Tony Moore Bill Crabtree Terry Stevens

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Invincible, Vol. 2: Eight is Enough

Invincible Vol Eight is Enough Teenage superhero Mark Grayson struggles to pick up the pieces of his life in the wake of revelations about his father

  • Title: Invincible, Vol. 2: Eight is Enough
  • Author: Robert Kirkman Cory Walker Ryan Ottley Erik Larsen Matt Roberts Tony Moore Bill Crabtree Terry Stevens
  • ISBN: 9781106900166
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Teenage superhero Mark Grayson struggles to pick up the pieces of his life in the wake of revelations about his father.

    Invincible Iron Man Vol The War Enter your mobile number or email address below and we ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer no Kindle device required. Invincible comics Invincible is an Image Comics Universe series named for its superhero, Invincible Mark Grayson.Created by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Cory Walker and illustrated by artist Ryan Ottley, Invincible first appeared in Tech Jacket November , before graduating to his own self titled regular series in , as the premier title in Invincible Iron Man Vol Marvel Database Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, knows that Ezekiel Stane has targeted five critical Stark Industries plants in five different locales Tony tries to find Stane via a tracker virus that he uploaded into stolen Stark technology, but thus far he has been unsuccessful Coordinating his tactics with both Maria HMS Invincible HMS Invincible was the lead ship of her class of three battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the first decade of the twentieth century and the first battlecruiser to be built by any country in the world During the First World War she participated in the Battle of Heligoland Bight in a minor role as she was the oldest and slowest of the British Extreme Music Library Music Stock Music Music For The Undisputed Heavyweights of Production Music Proudly, an unorthodox music powerhouse that pound for pound packs a punch that leaves the competition on the ropes begging for mercy. Iron Man Vol Marvel Database FANDOM powered This page contains a list of all the comics included in Iron Man Vol published by Marvel Comics If you have found something that is not seen on this page, please add it to this list. Albert Camus Wikiquote At any street corner the feeling of absurdity can strike any man in the face It happens that the stage sets collapse Rising, streetcar, four hours in the office or the factory, meal, streetcar, four hours of work, meal, sleep and Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday according to the same rhythm this path is easily followed

    Invincible comics Invincible is an Image Comics Universe series named for its superhero, Invincible Mark Grayson.Created by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Cory Walker and illustrated by artist Ryan Ottley, Invincible first appeared in Tech Jacket November , before graduating to his own self titled regular series in , as the premier title in Invincible Iron Man Vol Marvel Database Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, knows that Ezekiel Stane has targeted five critical Stark Industries plants in five different locales Tony tries to find Stane via a tracker virus that he uploaded into stolen Stark technology, but thus far he has been unsuccessful Coordinating his tactics with both Maria HMS Invincible HMS Invincible was the lead ship of her class of three battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the first decade of the twentieth century and the first battlecruiser to be built by any country in the world. Extreme Music Library Music Stock Music Music For Proudly, an unorthodox music powerhouse specializing Production Music, Library Music, Music for TV, Music for Film, Documentary Music, Stock Audio, Music for Advertising, Music for Production, Music for Corporate productions, Music for Gaming, Music for Promos, Trailer Music, Custom Score, Stems, Genre, Mood, Tone, Bpm, Composer, Iron Man Vol Marvel Database FANDOM powered Iron Man Vol published by Marvel Comics left Back to title selection Comics I Iron Man Vol Iron Man Vol Extremis Part I of VI January, Iron Man Vol quot Extremis Part II of VI quot February, Iron Man Vol quot Extremis Part III of VIquot March, Albert Camus Wikiquote Don t let them tell us stories Don t let them say of the man sentenced to death He is going to pay his debt to society, but They are going to

    Invincible Iron Man Vol Marvel Database Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, knows that Ezekiel Stane has targeted five critical Stark Industries plants in five different locales Tony tries to find Stane via a tracker virus that he uploaded into stolen Stark technology, but thus far he has been unsuccessful Coordinating his tactics with both Maria HMS Invincible HMS Invincible was the lead ship of her class of three battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the first decade of the twentieth century and the first battlecruiser to be built by any country in the world. Extreme Music Library Music Stock Music Music For Proudly, an unorthodox music powerhouse specializing Production Music, Library Music, Music for TV, Music for Film, Documentary Music, Stock Audio, Music for Advertising, Music for Production, Music for Corporate productions, Music for Gaming, Music for Promos, Trailer Music, Custom Score, Stems, Genre, Mood, Tone, Bpm, Composer, Iron Man Vol Marvel Database FANDOM powered Iron Man Vol published by Marvel Comics left Back to title selection Comics I Iron Man Vol Iron Man Vol Extremis Part I of VI January, Iron Man Vol quot Extremis Part II of VI quot February, Iron Man Vol quot Extremis Part III of VIquot March, Albert Camus Wikiquote Don t let them tell us stories Don t let them say of the man sentenced to death He is going to pay his debt to society, but They are going to

    HMS Invincible HMS Invincible was the lead ship of her class of three battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the first decade of the twentieth century and the first battlecruiser to be built by any country in the world During the First World War she participated in the Battle of Heligoland Bight in a minor role as she was the oldest and slowest of the British Extreme Music Library Music Stock Music Music For The Undisputed Heavyweights of Production Music Proudly, an unorthodox music powerhouse that pound for pound packs a punch that leaves the competition on the ropes begging for mercy. Iron Man Vol Marvel Database FANDOM powered This page contains a list of all the comics included in Iron Man Vol published by Marvel Comics If you have found something that is not seen on this page, please add it to this list. Albert Camus Wikiquote At any street corner the feeling of absurdity can strike any man in the face It happens that the stage sets collapse Rising, streetcar, four hours in the office or the factory, meal, streetcar, four hours of work, meal, sleep and Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday according to the same rhythm this path is easily followed

    Extreme Music Library Music Stock Music Music For The Undisputed Heavyweights of Production Music Proudly, an unorthodox music powerhouse that pound for pound packs a punch that leaves the competition on the ropes begging for mercy. Iron Man Vol Marvel Database FANDOM powered This page contains a list of all the comics included in Iron Man Vol published by Marvel Comics If you have found something that is not seen on this page, please add it to this list. Albert Camus Wikiquote At any street corner the feeling of absurdity can strike any man in the face It happens that the stage sets collapse Rising, streetcar, four hours in the office or the factory, meal, streetcar, four hours of work, meal, sleep and Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday according to the same rhythm this path is easily followed

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    One thought on “Invincible, Vol. 2: Eight is Enough

    1. Sam Quixote on said:

      Teen superhero Mark Grayson/Invincible is called upon to protect the Earth from an aggressive alien - but what does it really want? Elsewhere something terrible happens to the Guardians of the Globe. But that’s not all - Mark’s gotta look at prospective colleges to go to while helping his friend Eve through a personal upset. Gee whizz it sure ain’t easy being a superhero! zzz… Two volumes into Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker’s Invincible series and I’m not seeing how it’s had nearl [...]

    2. Dr Rashmit Mishra on said:

      What I lIked :So having read what happens in the next volume , I think I am a bit overzealous with my rating Sue me !There's just a pure sense of entertainment and fun in this comics , breaking the stereotypical superhero tropes and making fun of it all but also making entertaining adventures and daily live struggles of a teenager plus the obvious growing up story for Mark aka the titular Invincible for the reader to enjoy .Simply said it's fresh , its funny and it's unique and it's one of the [...]

    3. James DeSantis on said:

      Re-reading this years later gets me so excited for volume 3. Volume 2 is like the calm before the storm. So we get a little bit more of Mark's life. How he's balancing being a teenager who just got his powers and his school life, and maybe even some of his love life? Yeah buddy, this is a coming of age story with lots of cool powers and fucked up twist. So if you haven't picked up on that yet you probably should. The big moment in here is the "Justice League" wannabe team gets slaughtered. No b [...]

    4. J.M. on said:

      More of the same as the last collection, as Kirkman expands the story and the world and delves more into Mark's (aka Invincible's) life. Some parts are somewhat compelling, such as the Guardians of the Globe and Teen Team storylines, and we even get cameos from other superheroes in the Image Universe -- fun to see Superpatriot and the Savage Dragon -- but artist Cory Walker was taking a lot of shortcuts in this one and obviously burned out (two pages of the same repeated panel of the main charac [...]

    5. Robert on said:

      Amazing! Audacious! This series built on a charming first volume into a sensation second.I guess "Walking Dead" guy can write a decent superhero title, too, eh?

    6. Christopher Mclean on said:

      Unfortunately the second volume continues in much the same vein as the first. Everything here is an clear rip-off of established conventions, but Kirkman doesn't even attempt to use this for any kind of commentary, they are simply there for the reader to spot and for the occasional funny line. Throw in some random teen drama and a little bit of budding romance and your about done.There are a few entertaining scenes (I loved super-powered catch with dad), and the beginnings of what could be a ver [...]

    7. James DeSantis on said:

      Re-reading this years later gets me so excited for volume 3. Volume 2 is like the calm before the storm. So we get a little bit more of Mark's life. How he's balancing being a teenager who just got his powers and his school life, and maybe even some of his love life? Yeah buddy, this is a coming of age story with lots of cool powers and fucked up twist. So if you haven't picked up on that yet you probably should. The big moment in here is the "Justice League" wannabe team gets slaughtered. No bu [...]

    8. Arminzerella on said:

      Mark is finding out that being a superhero is a lot of work. He rarely gets enough sleep these days, and his grades are starting to suffer. He meets Allen the Alien, whose job it is to test heroes – he’s looking for other life forms that may be strong enough to defeat the Viltrumites (who are taking over the universe). They chat, and Allen discovers that he’s been coming to the wrong planet all this time. Mark sets him straight. Atom Eve breaks up with Rexplode after she discovers him chea [...]

    9. Glenn Burnside on said:

      This series isn't the best thing I've ever read, but it's a fun treatment of the superhero coming of age trope, reminiscent of early spider-man stories. It's a series that seems deliberately aimed at being attractive to younger readers. If you're looking for heavier, darker deconstruction, then look at Irredeemable and Incorruptible instead. But if you want something light and fun and similar but different, then this is a treat.

    10. Matisse on said:

      This was a total snooze fest. Somehow, Kirkman has a character with Spider-Man's young adult vibe and Superman's powers and backstory, and he makes this character incredibly bland. Consider how Spider-Man has his overwhelming guilt, or how Superman grapples with his solitude. Invincible is just an okay guy going about his day. It's a fun concept, but it puts you to sleep fast.

    11. Belinda (TheBookBuddies) on said:

      Man I can’t get over how short these volumes are. Not much happens in this volume. You see a lot of superheroes that are plays on DC characters like Batman and Wonder Woman. Mark’s school life coupled with being a superhero. The interesting part happens near the end, and I’m curious to see what’s really happening.

    12. Ryan Werner on said:

      Business picked up! The sitcom drama shit is okay--I don't think Invincible mixes the teen life with the genre story as well as, say, Veronica Mars--and the building of the larger arc is there. I'm going to keep reading!

    13. Rafael on said:

      3.5 Better than the first one. The first plot twist is interesting and is a great DC Justice League Parody / Hommage. Will continue the series as its supposed to get better (and gory)

    14. Elliot Huxtable on said:

      Another brilliant look at the teenage superhero, with a fab send-up of the JLA who almost immediately (spoilers) get murdered.

    15. Sebastian Song on said:

      The beautiful artwork and colors continue to weave a delightful series of the growing pains of a teen superhero.

    16. João Lourenço on said:

      Kill them all? Oh men, its getting better on each book.

    17. Michal Vámoš on said:

      Jednoduchý příběh, který se pomalu vyvíjí stejně jako postavy. Tohle mi vyhovuje.

    18. Chris on said:

      Has its moments, but is somewhat more disjointed than the first volume in this series.

    19. Daniel on said:

      Definitely an improvement over volume 1, almost entirely due to the twist half way through.

    20. Fizzgig76 on said:

      Mark is settling in as his role as Invincible when he’s forced to make his first journey into space to face his one of his father’s opponents. Mark also finds himself prepping for college and dealing with trying to keep a secret identity around his friend William Clockwell. Meanwhile Atom Eve discovers her boyfriend Rex Splode is cheating on her with another member of the Teen Team, and Mark finds a potential new girlfriend in Amber Bennett. When the Guardians of the Globe are slaughtered by [...]

    21. Paz R.M. on said:

      4 Stars!I liked this volume so much more than the first one and I really enjoyed Family Matters. I wasn't expecting to read this volume so soon after volume 1, but I started reading the first couple of pages and then I couldn't stop. This is a great sequel and things are starting to get dark and exciting. But there are also so many laugh-out-loud moments, it's still a charming, funny read overall.So, volume one was Kirkman's introduction to this world, the characters and most importantly, I thin [...]

    22. Barrett on said:

      Ehhhh I don't really get this one's appeal. Bland art. Bland characters. I know this is supposed to be the comic universe where things "matter," but what if you just don't care to begin with?

    23. Michael Church on said:

      Here it starts to take a turn. If you've managed to avoid any spoilers about this title up to this point, you're in for a treat. I implore you, don't do as I did and flip through the book ahead of time. Sit down, start at page one, and content yourself with flipping through panel by panel with no idea of how your life is about to change. Volume 1 set the stage. It created a world with these characters and began establishing rules and relationships. This volume changes everything. The first major [...]

    24. David Edmonds on said:

      This story continues to impress me; with some great humor, well paced action, and some genuine mystery added in for good measure, this volume is definitely all about later plots. While the first volume, Family Matters, set up the core characters for Invincible, this volume is clearly set up as starting points for future story lines, so while it doesn't actually seem like much happens here, it just makes me want to continue reading so I can see how all these plot threads play out. Cory Walker's a [...]

    25. John Mccubbin on said:

      This was a brilliant volume, and a great continuation to the story. Robert Kirkman continues to amaze me with how he can write characters, as he has a great talent for being able to create a character, and keeping them as interesting as possible, and although The Walking Dead is the series I consider that Kirkman has created the best characters in, this is giving it some competition. The way that Kirkman managed to up the pace in this book was also outstanding, as he took this fun series, and ha [...]

    26. Lisa on said:

      Still really earnest and a really honestly all in good fun story. Hard to dislike the teen angst + super hero mix, which manages to avoid being too cheesy, too snarky or overly silly. Some points must be docked for the artwork slightly obnoxiously veering into the 1 to 1 boob to head ratio territory. (It isn't really that bad but the love interest really does need some pants.) The first book was a charmer and would have been a fun quick dip into the Invincible world but v.2 clearly demonstrates [...]

    27. Jeffrey on said:

      Volume two of the Invincible series is more of a set-up for the future than a self contained volume. While the book retains its focus on the family dynamic, Robert Kirkman expands his universe to introduce the Guardians of the Globe who, mostly, represent the Justice League just as Omni-Man represents Superman. There's more going on, the Teen Team is breaking-up in more ways than one. Mark begins acquiring more of the stock cast that superheroes do and he must deal with what will happen after he [...]

    28. Wealhtheow on said:

      Mark is the son of the greatest superhero on Earth, and has just come into his powers. Since he grew up with a heroic father, he takes to heroing without any quibbles or qualms. But then the ersatz Justice League is murdered, leaving a power vacuumThe art is fine, although it could use more personality. My big problem with this is that every character and organization is very thinly veiled DC, but there's no point to it. It's not a parody or twist or dark mirror or anything, it's more like Kirkm [...]

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