Finally, the return of Invincible was revealed at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. The nearly two-year wait for Season 2 will finally arrive on November 3rd, but that’s not the only reason the series’ creators are in trouble. Robert Kirkman Available on a panel organized by Collider Editor-in-Chief Steve Weintraub. A special stand-alone episode of the series was also pre-screened at the beginning of the later sessions Gillian Jacobs‘ Features Atom Eve. Better yet, the episode is available to watch on Prime Video today.
The episode, titled “Invincible Atom Eve,” shows how the character gained her powers and became a hero, finally shedding light on her past on screen. Eve was born a government weapon manipulated from birth to have supernatural powers to manipulate matter at the molecular level, but she grew up with the Wilkins family after the scientist who created her came to rescue her from her fate. The trailer released for the episode shows her discovering her powers at a young age, choosing to use them to become a superhero. While her powers make her a force to think, she is also forced to conform to all the violence and what it is different from others, causing conflict with her adoptive parents. Although she is encouraged to hide her abilities, she is determined to use her evil gifts to help people instead of standing by.
Atom Eve’s solo episode couldn’t come at a better time to consider this Invincible Season 2 seems to be going. As Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun) trying to put his life back together after the Season 1 finale, Eve will be there as a friend and ally to fight the new enemies that the new season has to offer. After such a long delay between seasons, it’s still a short break for fans to send them off while still building the world of superheroes before it returns later this year.
Invincible Will be back in big fashion in Season 2
Season 2 of Invincible It will be a big and challenging challenge for Mark and his allies as he faces his fear of becoming like his father and tries to regain the trust of other heroes like The Immortal (Ross Marquand) who vilified him because of his father’s Viltrumite heritage. It will also be a star-studded return for the series, keeping the amazing cast included Sandra Oh, Zazie Beetz, Gray DeLisle, Chris Diamantopoulos, Walton Goggins, Jason Mantzoukas, Khary Payton, Zachary Quinto, Andrew Rannells, Kevin Michael Richardson, Seth RogenAnd JK Simmons intact while inviting all the hosts of new names in the table including Chloe Bennett, Rob Delaney, Jay Pharoah, Rhea Seehorn, Kari Wahlgren, Calista Flockhart, Peter Cullen, Tim Robinson, Sterling K. Brown, Tatiana Maslany, Daveed Diggs, Ella PurnellAnd Ben Schwartz among other things.
The new episode “Invincible Atom Eve” is available exclusively on Prime Video. Invincible will return for Season 2 with the first half of episodes coming on November 3 followed by the second half in early 2024. Check out the trailer for Atom Eve below: