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Robert Kirkman, creator of the „Invisible” comics and series, believes that seven to eight seasons of the animated superhero show will be enough to cover the scope of its story.
„I’m trying not to tie it to a number, because it’s a moving target. I think seven to eight seasons would be enough,” Kirkman said in a recent interview. Polygon. „But we can move some things a little bit faster, some things we expand on. If we’re lucky enough to go long enough, I think it will be enough to cover the whole joke.
„Invincible” is based on the comic book of the same name created by Kirkman, Corey Walker and Ryan Otelli. The Prime Video animated series follows 17-year-old Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), who is like every other boy his age — except his father is Omni-Man (JK Simmons), the world’s most powerful superhero. As Mark develops his own powers, he begins to learn the truth about his father’s legacy.
Kirkman hopes to explore some original storylines with the comic books in the series, saying, „There are some things I want to do that haven’t come across in the comics. I think it would be cool to have some completely original episodes here and there. So that’s part of the plan moving forward.”
Prior to the debut of the „Invisible” season 1 finale, Kirkman and Steven Yeun announced that the series had been renewed for a second and third season.
„I’m very grateful for the support and commitment Amazon has put behind Unbeatable,” Kirkman said. „The comic book is truly a love letter to the gory genre [Walker] I grew up reading and loving it, and seeing our characters brought back to life through the animated series has been a joyous journey. We are very excited to continue this story for at least two more seasons.
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