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In 2005, rights to Invincible were purchased by Warner Bros. In 2006, it was decided to turn Invincible into a real-life action series, which entered production in late 2007. The first season began airing in fall 2008.

In November 2013, the show was renewed for a seventh and eighth season and it was confirmed that the latter will be the show's final season.

Overview

Season Episodes Originally aired U.S. viewers
(millions)
U.S. Rank
(TV)
Season premiere Season finale
1 12 October 3, 2008 December 19, 2008 5.35 54
2 15 January 14, 2010 May 20, 2010 6.67 46
3 16 January 11, 2011 May 24, 2011 7.55 40
4 16 November 6, 2011 May 28, 2012 8.01 37
5 16 November 2, 2012 May 3, 2013 8.47 35
6 10 March 11, 2014 May 20, 2014
7 7 June 8, 2015 July 20, 2015
8 7 August 10, 2016 September 21, 2016

Season 1

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Patrick Cavanaugh portrays Mark Grayson.

Main Cast

  • Patrick Cavanaugh as Mark Grayson / Invincible
  • Mark Fountain as Nolan Graysion / Omni-Man
  • Victoria Kelleher as Debbie Grayson
  • Wendy Allyn as Samantha Eve Wilkens / Atom Eve
  • Stan Kirsch as Robot
  • Eric Wolfgang Nelson as Rex Splode
  • Leslie-Anne Huff as Dupli-Kate

Recurring Cast

  • Jeff Shuter as William
  • Hosea Chanches as Mauler Twins
  • Paul Kresge as The Immortal
  • Mike Connel as Derek
  • Keith Stone as Allen

Production

The filming rights for Invincible were purchased in 2005. In 2006, it was decided to turn the comic into a live-action series. Production began in October 2007, and the pre-production lasted through March 2008. In May 2008, filming began, and wrapped up in July. Post-production began in August and was finished shortly before the series premiere. The budget for the first season was $18 Millions.

Episodes

Season 1 (Issues 1-13)
# Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
Rank Featured Issue
1 1 "Invincible" David Nutter Miles Millar October 3, 2008 5.39 53 1-2
2 2 "Behind the Bomb" Chris Long Miles Millar October 10, 2008 5.20 55 4
3 3 "Mask" David Nutter Michael Green October 17, 2008 5.23 54 -
4 4 "Outer Space" Robert Singer Doris Egan October 24, 2008 4.97 56 5
5 5 "Two Enter" David Nutter Greg Walker October 31, 2008 5.01 56 -
6 6 "Skull Guy" David Nutter Miles Millar November 7, 2008 5.15 55 6
7 7 "Mauler Twins" Chris Long Doris Egan November 14, 2008 5.30 53 -
8 8 "Legends" Michael Watkins Miles Millar November 21, 2008 5.58 52 7-8
9 9 "Later" Chris Long Greg Walker November 28, 2008 5.47 53 -
10 10 "New Guardians" Michael Watkins Michael Green December 5, 2008 5.36 53 8-9
11 11 "Perfect Strangers" David Nutter Miles Millar December 12, 2008 5.80 51 10-12
12 12 "Epilogue" David Nutter Miles Millar December 19, 2008 5.74 52 13
A.V. Grades
Invincible Behind the Bomb Mask Outer Space Two Enter Skull Guy
B- C B- B- C C+
Mauler Twins Legends Later New Guardians Perfect Strangers Epilogue
B- B+ B+ B B+ B+

Season 2

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Wendy Allyn portrays Samantha Wilkens.

Main Cast

  • Patrick Cavanaugh as Mark Grayson / Invincible
  • Tom Ohmer as Cecil Steadman
  • Victoria Kelleher as Debbie Grayson
  • Wendy Allyn as Samantha Eve Wilkens / Atom Eve
  • Stan Kirsch as Robot
  • Chloë Grace Moretz as Amanda / Monster Girl
  • Cynthia Sophiea as Amber
  • Eric Wolfgang Nelson as Rex Splode
  • Paul Kresge as The Immortal

Recurring Cast

  • Jeff Shuter as William
  • Leslie-Anne Huff as Dupli-Kate
  • J. Anthony McCarthy as Angstrom Levy
  • Mark Fountain as Nolan Graysion / Omni-Man
  • Hosea Chanches as Mauler Twins
  • Keith Stone as Allen

Production

The second season was confirmed in May 2009 after tons of rumours spreaded throughout the Internet. Production began in the same month, filming began in July 2009 and wrapped up in October. Post-production began shortly afterwards and finished in February 2010. The budget for the second season was about $25 Millions.

Episodes

Season 2 (Issues 14-30)
# Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
Rank Featured Issue
13 1 "Aftermath" Paul Shapiro Jeph Loeb January 14, 2010 6.62 46 14-15
14 2 "Angstrom Levy" Chris Long Doris Egan January 21, 2010 6.40 47 16
15 3 "Breach" David Nutter Miles Millar January 28, 2010 6.18 49 -
16 4 "Graduation" Chris Long Miles Millar February 4, 2010 6.57 46 17
17 5 "I carry your heart" Robert Singer Greg Walker February 18, 2010 6.35 48 -
18 6 "Off to Mars" Robert Singer Doris Egan February 25, 2010 6.70 46 18
19 7 "Farewell Atom Eve" Chris Long Jeph Loeb March 4, 2010 6.55 47 19-20
20 8 "Shadows" David Nutter Miles Millar March 11, 2010 6.83 45 21
21 9 "The whole Story" Paul Shapiro Doris Egan March 18, 2010 6.69 46 22 & 0
22 10 "Allen's own episode" David Nutter Greg Walker April 1, 2010 6.70 46 23
23 11 "Flagpole" Chris Long Jeph Loeb April 8, 2010 6.58 47 -
24 12 "Monsters" Robert Singer Doris Egan April 15, 2010 6.88 45 24
25 13 "A Different World" David Nutter Miles Millar May 6, 2010 6.94 44 25-26
26 14 "Drenched in Blood" Paul Shapiro Miles Millar May 13, 2010 7.01 43 26-29
27 15 "Gone" David Nutter Miles Millar May 20, 2010 7.07 43 29-30
A.V. Grades
Aftermath Angstrom Levy Breach Graduation I carry your heart
B B B- B+ B+
Off to Mars Farewell Atom Eve Shadows The whole Story Allen's own episode
A- B+ A C A-
Flagpole Monsters A Different World Drenched in Blood Gone
B B+ A- A A

Season 3

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Tom Ohmer portrays Cecil Steadman.

Main Cast

  • Patrick Cavanaugh as Mark Grayson / Invincible
  • Tom Ohmer as Cecil Steadman
  • Jeff Shuter as William
  • Wendy Allyn as Samantha Eve Wilkens / Atom Eve
  • Stan Kirsch as Robot
  • Cynthia Sophiea as Amber
  • Chloë Grace Moretz as Amanda / Monster Girl
  • Paul Kresge as The Immortal

Recurring Cast

  • Eric Wolfgang Nelson as Rex Splode
  • Victoria Kelleher as Debbie Grayson
  • Leslie-Anne Huff as Dupli-Kate
  • James Marshall as Oliver Grayson
  • J. Anthony McCarthy as Angstrom Levy
  • Hosea Chanches as Mauler Twins
  • Keith Stone as Allen
  • Kristen Belle as Anissa

Production

The third season was confirmed in June 2010, along with the fourth. Production for the third season began in September 2010 along with the production of the fourth (as both were produced and filmed back-to-back), filming began in October 2010 and wrapped up in March 2011. The season entered post-production in November 2010, even before the filming was finished. The Budget for the third season was $40 Millions.

Episodes

Season 3 (Issues 31-45)
# Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
Rank Featured Issue
28 1 "Amber and Eve" Chris Long Ken Biller January 11, 2011 7.39 41 31-32
29 2 "Sonnet 55" David Nutter Milles Millar January 18, 2011 7.42 41 33-34
30 3 "The Key" Tom Wright Jeph Loeb January 25, 2011 7.20 42 35
31 4 "Out of the Blue" David Nutter Doris Egan February 15, 2011 7.05 43 -
32 5 "Midnight Country" Paul Shapiro Doris Egan February 22, 2011 7.33 41 -
33 6 "D.A. Sinclair" Paul Shapiro Todd Slavkin March 1, 2011 7.54 40 36-37
34 7 "A Great Start" Tom Wright Jeph Loeb March 15, 2011 7.48 41 38-39
35 8 "Felicity" Chris Long Jeph Loeb March 22, 2011 7.60 40 38, 40-41
36 9 "Catch that one" David Nutter Miles Millar March 29, 2011 7.58 40 42-43
37 10 "Hostage" Tom Wright Todd Slavkin April 5, 2011 7.44 41 -
38 11 "That Love Issue" Chris Long Ken Biller April 12, 2011 7.71 39 41, 43-44
39 12 "Immortal Anger" Tom Wright Miles Millar April 19, 2011 7.69 39 43
40 13 "Videotapes" David Nutter Ken Biller April 26, 2011 7.73 39 -
41 14 "A Viltrumite Agent" Tom Wright Miles Millar May 10, 2011 7.88 38 44
42 15 "Battle (Part 1)" David Nutter Miles Millar May 17, 2011 7.92 38 45
43 16 "Battle (Part 2)" David Nutter Miles Millar May 24, 2011 7.90 38 45
A.V. Grades
Amber and Eve Sonnet 55 The Key Out of the Blue
B+ A B+ B-
Midnight Country D.A. Sinclair A Great Start Felicity
A- B+ B B
Catch that one Hostage That Love Issue Immortal Anger
B B- C+ B
Videotapes A Viltrumite Agent Battle (Part 1) Battle (Part 2)
D+ C+ B+ A-

Season 4

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Stan Kirsch portrays Robot.

Main Cast

  • Patrick Cavanaugh as Mark Grayson / Invincible
  • Tom Ohmer as Cecil Steadman
  • Wendy Allyn as Samantha Eve Wilkens / Atom Eve
  • Stan Kirsch as Robot
  • Chloë Grace Moretz as Amanda / Monster Girl
  • James Marshall as Oliver Grayson
  • Edi Gathegi as Darkwing

Recurring Cast

  • Eric Wolfgang Nelson as Rex Splode
  • Paul Kresge as The Immortal
  • Cynthia Sophiea as Amber
  • Mark Fountain as Nolan Graysion / Omni-Man
  • Jeff Shuter as William
  • Victoria Kelleher as Debbie Grayson
  • Leslie-Anne Huff as Dupli-Kate
  • Keith Stone as Allen

Production

The fourth season was confirmed in June 2010, along with the third. Production for the fourth season began in September 2010 along with the production of the third (as both were produced and filmed back-to-back), filming began in April 2011 and wrapped up in August 2011. The season entered post-production in September 2011. The planned Budget for the fourth season was $40 Millions, but it ended up costing about $55 Millions.

Episodes

Season 4 (Issues 46-50)
# Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
Rank Featured Issue
44 1 "54 Days Later" Tom Wright Miles Millar November 6, 2011 8.15 37 -
45 2 "About Oliver" David Nutter Greg Walker November 13, 2011 8.18 36 47
46 3 "A Walk with Cecil" Paul Shapiro Greg Walker November 20, 2011 8.07 37 -
47 4 "Multi-Paul" Tom Wright Geoff Johns November 27, 2011 7.80 38 46
48 5 "The Files" Paul Shapiro Geoff Johns December 4, 2011 7.72 39 -
49 6 "Seismic Returns" David Nutter Miles Millar December 11, 2011 7.96 37 48
50 7 "Alliance" Chris Long Todd Slavkin March 12, 2012 8.03 37 48
51 8 "Reanimen Legion" Chris Long Todd Slavkin March 19, 2012 7.84 38 49
52 9 "All White" David Nutter Jeph Loeb March 26, 2012 7.77 39 49-50
53 10 "What Now?" Paul Shapiro Miles Millar April 2, 2012 7.98 37 50
54 11 "Internal" Chris Long Jeph Loeb April 9, 2012 8.02 37 -
55 12 "About Monster Girl" Tom Wright Todd Slavkin April 23, 2012 8.19 36 -
56 13 "The Steadman War" David Nutter Miles Millar April 30, 2012 8.26 36 -
57 14 "Bloody Hell" Tom Wright Jeph Loeb May 7, 2012 8.11 37 -
58 15 "Escape" Paul Shapiro Miles Millar May 21, 2012 8.05 37 50
59 16 "Serious Aftermath" David Nutter Miles Millar May 28, 2012 8.02 38 50
A.V. Grades
54 Days Later About Oliver A Walk with Cecil Multi-Paul
B B B+ C+
The Files Seismic Returns Alliance Reanimen Legion
B B+ B+ B+
All White What now? Internal About Monster Girl
A- B- A- A-
The Steadman War Bloody Hell Escape Serious Aftermath
A A- A- A-

Season 5

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Victoria Kelleher protrays Debbie Grayson.

Main Cast

  • Patrick Cavanaugh as Mark Grayson / Invincible
  • Tom Ohmer as Cecil Steadman
  • Wendy Allyn as Samantha Eve Wilkens / Atom Eve
  • Stan Kirsch as Robot
  • Chloë Grace Moretz as Amanda / Monster Girl
  • James Marshall as Oliver Grayson
  • Edi Gathegi as Darkwing
  • J. Anthony McCarthy as Angstrom Levy

Recurring Cast

  • Eric Wolfgang Nelson as Rex Splode
  • Paul Kresge as The Immortal
  • Cynthia Sophiea as Amber
  • Mark Fountain as Nolan Graysion / Omni-Man
  • Jeff Shuter as William
  • Victoria Kelleher as Debbie Grayson
  • Leslie-Anne Huff as Dupli-Kate
  • Hosea Chanches as Mauler Twins
  • Keith Stone as Allen

Production

The fifth season was Confirmed in June 2011, production for the fifth Season began in December 2011. Filming began in May 2012 and ended in January 2013. The season entered post-production in August 2011, before filming was finished. This season was especially expensive, and the estimated costs of $45 Millions ended up at about $80 Millions. 

Episodes

Season 5 (Issues 51-65)
# Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
Rank Featured Issue
60 1 "Oliver's Awakening" David Nutter Mike Rohl November 2, 2012 8.52 35 51-52
61 2 "King of the Kill" Al Septien Turi Meyer November 9, 2012 8.30 36 52-53
62 3 "Young Love" Paul Shapiro Turi Meyer November 16, 2012 8.22 37 54
63 4 "Dojo" Tom Wright Todd Slavkin November 23, 2012 8.24 36 -
64 5 "Angstrom's Army" David Nutter Miles Millar November 30, 2012 8.36 35 56-58
65 6 "Eagerly Awaited" Paul Shapiro Mike Rohl December 7, 2012 8.27 36 55
66 7 "Calm before Storm" Paul Shapiro Jeph Loeb January 18, 2013 8.33 35 58, 60
67 8 "Invincible War" Tom Wright Jeph Loeb February 8, 2013 8.48 35 60
68 9 "Insufficient" David Nutter Miles Millar February 25, 2013 8.70 34 60
69 10 "Day Two" David Nutter Todd Slavkin March 1, 2013 8.55 35 60
70 11 "Turn" Al Septien Turi Meyer March 8, 2013 8.49 35 -
71 12 "Day Three" Al Septien Mike Rohl March 29, 2013 8.68 34 60
72 13 "Battlefield" Tom Wright Mike Rohl April 5, 2013 8.32 36 -
73 14 "Face to Face" Paul Shapiro Jeph Loeb April 12, 2013 8.50 35 60
74 15 "Conquest (Part 1)" David Nutter Miles Millar April 26, 2013 8.81 33 61-62
75 16 "Conquest (Part 2)" David Nutter Miles Millar May 3, 2013 8.82 33 63-65
A.V. Grades
Oliver's Awakening King of the Kill Young Love Dojo
A- A B B-
Angstrom's Army Eagerly Awaited Calm Before Storm Invincible War
A- B B- A
Insufficient Day Two Turn Day Three
A- A A B+
Battlefield Face to Face Conquest (Part 1) Conquest (Part 2)
B+ A A A

Season 6

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Edi Gathegi portrays Darkwing.

Main Cast

  • Patrick Cavanaugh as Mark Grayson / Invincible
  • Tom Ohmer as Cecil Steadman
  • Wendy Allyn as Samantha Eve Wilkens / Atom Eve
  • Stan Kirsch as Robot
  • James Marshall as Oliver Grayson

Recurring Cast

  • Cynthia Sophiea as Amber
  • Mark Fountain as Nolan Graysion / Omni-Man
  • Chloë Grace Moretz as Amanda / Monster Girl
  • Edi Gathegi as Darkwing
  • Jeff Shuter as William
  • Victoria Kelleher as Debbie Grayson
  • Keith Stone as Allen

Production

Production for the sixth season began in March 2013. In April, it was announced that the season would feature a reduced number of 10 episodes instead of 16 in order to cut costs, resulting in a Budget of $50 Million. Filming began in July 2013 and ended in early November. The season entered post-production shortly afterwards. Post-production is expected to be finished by March 2014. 

Episodes

Season 6 (Issues 66-71, Invincible Returns 1)
# Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
Rank Featured Issue
76 1 "What comes After" David Nutter Miles Millar March 11, 2014 8.5 35 68
77 2 "Things that remain" Al Septien John Chisholm March 18, 2014 7.74 39 68
78 3 "Allen's Adventure" Al Septien Mike Rohl March 25, 2014 7.32 42 66-67
79 4 "Scourge" David Nutter Mike Rohl April 1, 2014 7.6 40 67
80 5 "Losing Control" Paul Shapiro John Chisholm April 8, 2014 8.18 37 69-70
81 6 "Old is new again" David Nutter Jeph Loeb April 22, 2014 8.09 38 IR 1
82 7 "All that lies ahead" Paul Shapiro Miles Millar April 29, 2014 8.02 38 IR 1
83 8 "Decision" Paul Shapiro Jeph Loeb May 6, 2014 7.8 39 -
84 9 "Status Quo" Al Septien Miles Millar May 13, 2014 8.15 38 -
85 10 "All that's left behind" David Nutter Miles Millar May 20, 2014 8.4 36 71
A.V. Grades
What Comes After Things that remain Allen's Adventure Scourge Losing Control
A- A- B+ C A
Old is new again All that lies ahead Decision Status Quo All that's left behind
B+ A- B A A-

Season 7

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Keith Stone portrays Allen.

Main Cast

  • Patrick Cavanaugh as Mark Grayson / Invincible
  • Mark Fountain as Nolan Graysion / Omni-Man
  • James Marshall as Oliver Grayson
  • Keith Stone as Allen

Recurring Cast

  • Cynthia Sophiea as Amber
  • Tom Ohmer as Cecil Steadman
  • Wendy Allyn as Samantha Eve Wilkens / Atom Eve
  • Stan Kirsch as Robot
  • Edi Gathegi as Darkwing
  • Jeff Shuter as William
  • Victoria Kelleher as Debbie Grayson

Production

The series was renewed for a seventh and a final eighth season in November 2013, keeping the series running through 2016. It has been revealed that both seasons would feature a reduced number of episodes similar to season 6, with each season containing 7 episodes. Production for the seventh and the eighth season will begin in August 2014 as both seasons will be produced back-to-back. It has been announced that both seasons would air from June through July.

Episodes

Season 7 (Issues 71-78)
# Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
Rank Featured Issue
86 1 "Tryst" David Nutter Miles Millar June 8, 2015 9.26 29 72
87 2 "Reach of Power" Paul Shapiro Jeph Loeb June 15, 2015 8.6 34 73
88 3 "Break" Al Septien Jeph Loeb June 22, 2015 8.45 35 74-75
89 4 "Viltrumite Finale" Al Septien Mike Rohl June 29, 2015 8.42 36 75
90 5 "The Very Strongest" David Nutter Miles Millar July 6, 2015 8.71 33 76
91 6 "Alive" Paul Shapiro Mike Rohl July 13, 2015 7.9 38 76-77
92 7 "New World Order" David Nutter Miles Millar July 20, 2015 8.33 37 77-78
A.V. Grades
Tryst Reach of Power Break Viltrumite Finale The Very Strongest Alive New World Order
A- B+ B+ C+ B B+ B-

Final Season

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Patrick Cavanaugh portrays Mark Grayson.

Main Cast

  • Patrick Cavanaugh as Mark Grayson / Invincible
  • Mark Fountain as Nolan Graysion / Omni-Man
  • James Marshall as Oliver Grayson
  • Keith Stone as Allen

Recurring Cast

  • Cynthia Sophiea as Amber
  • Tom Ohmer as Cecil Steadman
  • Wendy Allyn as Samantha Eve Wilkens / Atom Eve
  • Stan Kirsch as Robot
  • Edi Gathegi as Darkwing
  • Jeff Shuter as William
  • Victoria Kelleher as Debbie Grayson

Production

The series was renewed for a seventh and a final eighth season in November 2013, keeping the series running through 2016. It has been revealed that both seasons would feature a reduced number of episodes similar to season 6, with each season containing 7 episodes. Production for the seventh and the eighth season will begin in August 2014 as both seasons will be produced back-to-back. It has been announced that both seasons would air from June through July. The showrunners decided not to end the series with the viltrumite war, but add another arc, ending the series on a more personal note, with a personal story that focuses on the person Invincible and not on the whole universe. Finally, it was decided that the final season would pick up five years after the end of the seventh and focus on a mysterious virus causing Invincible loosing his powers and struggling to keep his superhero status. Even though it is not directly based on the comic, it is largely inspired by the Scourge Virus storyline and some plot elements are implemented into the final season.

Episodes

Final Season
# Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million)
Rank Featured Issue
93 1 "Day 0" David Nutter Mike Rohl August 10, 2016 8.15 36 87, 88
94 2 "Emaciation" Paul Shapiro Jeph Loeb August 17, 2016 7.79 39 91, 92
95 3 "Corybantic Dance" Al Septien Jeph Loeb August 24, 2016 8.02 37 -
96 4 "abql" Paul Shapiro Miles Millar August 31, 2016 8.01 37 -
97 5 "Beep" David Nutter Miles Millar September 7, 2016 8.4 34 -
98 6 "Last Steps Walking" Al Septien Mike Rohl September 14, 2016 8.47 33 -
99 7 "Ned" David Nutter Miles Millar September 21, 2016 8.69 32 -
A.V. Grades
Day 0 Emaciation Corybantic Dance abql Beep Last Steps Walking Ned
B A- A- A A A A

Viewership & Reception

Viewership
Season № Episodes Premiere Viewership (millions) Finale Viewership (millions) TV Season Rank U.S. Viewers (millions)
1 12 5.39 5.74 2008-2009 54 5.35
2 15 6.62 7.07 2010 46 6.67
3 16 7.39 7.90 2011 40 7.55
4 16 8.15 8.03 2011-2012 37 8.01
5 16 8.52 8.82 2012-2013 35 8.47
6 10 8.50 8.40 2014
7 7 9.26 8.33 2015
8 7 8.15 8.69 2016
TOTAL 99 5.39 8.69 2008-2016
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A graphic showing the viewership numbers from season 1 through 3

Invincible was able to gather a fine viewership throughout the run of the first three seasons which steadily increased. 

Reception for the first season was generally positive. The A.V. Club called it "A delightful, super-violent Superhero Show.", and gave the season premiere a B-, whereas the season finale was rewarded with an B+. The Guardian called it "One of the best Shows that happened in recent television", whereas IGN called it "A blunt, cliche-ridden chaotic mess". 

The second season received general critical acclaim. It was praised for staying close to the comics, a great character development and exciting fights. A.V. Club rewarded the episode "Shadows", "Drenched in Blood" and "Gone" with an A Grade, describing the tension as "Incredible".

Reception for the third season was positive. It was praised for it's stylish fights, the dialogues, the characters, the writing, and the well-written storylines. However, it was strongly criticised for diverting from the comics too much, as a lot of storylines were moved forward or backward, changed or left out. The A.V. Club wrote about the Season finale "Despite the fact that this season did not stay true to the comic roots, it had some great moments and is definitely one of the better shows to air. It is still a great show, guys." It awarded the episode "Sonnet 55" with an A Grade, but on the other hand gave the episode "Videotapes" a D+ grade, stating that it "was terribly boring".

The fourth season was only loosely based on the comic books and partly earned a lot of criticism for that, while others praised it's tension and the plot structure, as well as convincing villains. The A.V. Club rewarded the episode "The Steadman War" with the Grade A and wrote "Even though this is different from the comics by a long shot, it was incredibly exciting and amazingly well written". Patrick Cavanaugh's acting was praised as well. The Guardian statet that they found the season extremely compelling and enjoyable.

The fifth season received universal critical acclaim and was praised for it's depiction of the Invincible War. Even though the conflict was ended in just one chapter of the comic, it was drawn out in the series to epic proportions. The A.V. Club rewarded the episodes "King of the Kill", "Invincible War", "Day Two", "Turn", "Face to Face" and "Conquest" with A Grades, and describing the whole season as "the best so far by a long shot". The Guardian stated that they found this season to be a little too violent, but still very entertaining and superb written.

The sixth season was very well received, but not as praised as the previous one. Tom Garden from the A.V. Club rewarded the episodes "Losing Control" and "Status Quo" with an A Grade, stating that he "enjoyed the tremendous character development the writer's accomplished". On the opposite, he gave the episode "Scourge" an C, saying that "even though Allen and Omni-Man are superb characters, the episode had a terrible slow pacing and made them both unenjoyable".

The seventh season met positive reviews, although they were not as enthusiastic as during the show's fifth season. Tom Garden from the A.V. Club gave no episode an A Grade (marking the first time since season one that no episode of a season was rewarded with an A Grade on the A.V. Club), and stated that the finale felt "lacking of proper closure.". He rewarded the episode "Tryst" with an A- and the episode "New World Order" with a B-. 

The final season received critical acclaim and is considered one of the best Invincible seasons, focusing on a smaller scope than the previous ones. The A.V. Club rated the episodes "abql" through "Ned" with an A grade, stating the "The emotional athmosphere was almost unbearable."

Viewership
Season № TV Season Metacritic Rotten Tomatoes
1 2008-2009 71 (32 Reviews) 68% (28 Reviews)
2 2010 83 (36 Reviews) 75% (25 Reviews)
3 2011 77 (33 Reviews) 69% (26 Reviews)
4 2011-2012 80 (21 Reviews) 71% (15 Reviews)
5 2012-2013 87 (22 Reviews) 81% (14 Reviews)
6 2014 82 (17 Reviews) 75% (10 Reviews)
7 2015 78 (15 Reviews) 70% (10 Reviews)
8 2016 89 (12 Reviews) 84% (8 Reviews)

Characters

Character Season
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Mark / Invincible 12/12 15/15 16/16 16/16 16/16 10/10 7/7 7/7
Nolan / Omni-Man 10/12 3/15 1/16 1/16 1/16 3/10 7/7 6/7
Debbie Grayson 9/12 10/15 5/16 4/16 5/16 4/10 2/7 3/7
Samantha / Atom Eve 8/12 9/15 9/16 12/16 13/16 8/10 4/7 6/7
Robot 8/12 9/15 10/16 13/16 13/16 8/10 4/7 6/7
Rex Splode 8/12 8/15 5/16 6/16 5/16 -
Dupli-Kate 7/12 4/15 5/16 5/16 4/16 1/10
William 5/12 6/15 11/16 4/16 4/16 3/10 2/7 3/7
Mauler Twins 3/12 3/15 2/16 - 2/16 -
Immortal 2/12 7/15 7/16 6/16 5/16 1/10
Allen 2/12 3/15 3/16 2/16 1/16 3/10 7/7 5/7
Derek 3/12 1/15 - 1/7
Cecil Steadman 1/12 12/15 15/16 16/16 10/16 8/10 4/7 5/7
Amber 1/12 9/15 8/16 4/16 4/16 - - 2/7
Monster Girl 1/12 9/15 11/16 10/16 10/16 5/10 - 1/7
Angstrom Levy - 4/15 3/16 - 8/16 -
Oliver Grayson - 3/15 5/16 11/16 13/16 10/10 6/7 7/7
Rus Livingston - 1/15 2/16 - 1/16 3/10 -
D.A. Sinclair - 1/15 2/16 1/16 1/16 1/10 -
Darkwing - 1/15 - 8/16 8/16 5/10 3/7 3/7
Furnace - 1/16 -
Anissa - 3/16 - 3/7 -
Powerplex - 7/16 4/16 1/10 - 1/7
Conquest - 3/16 2/10 4/7 -
Thragg - 3/7 1/7
Dinosaur - 1/7 7/7
Terra Grayson - 1/7

Staff

Writer's Staff
Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4 Season 5 Season 6 Season 7 Season 8
Miles Millar
Doris Egan
Greg Walker Greg Walker
Michael Green
Jeph Loeb
Todd Slavkin
Ken Biller
Geoff Johns
Turi Meyer
Mike Rohl
John Chisholm
Director's Staff
Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4 Season 5 Season 6 Season 7 Season 8
David Nutter
Chris Long
Robert Singer
Michael Watkins
Paul Shapiro
Tom Wright
Al Septien
Episode Counter
Name Episodes Directed Name Episodes Written
David Nutter 38 Miles Millar 37
Paul Shapiro 20 Jeph Loeb 18
Chris Long 13 Mike Rohl 10
Tom Wright 12 Doris Egan 8
Al Septien 10 Todd Slavkin 7
Robert Singer 4 Greg Walker 7
Michael Watkins 2 Ken Biller 3
Total 99 Turi Meyer 3
Geoff Johns 2
Michael Green 2
John Chisholm 2
Total 99

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