I get way too into fictional universes. I’ve been loving the INVINCIBLE animated series on Amazon and waiting an entire week proved too difficult – which prompted me to buy and read the digital version of INVINCIBLE: COMPENDIUM ONE.
The collection contains INVINCIBLE comic issues #0-47 (trade paperback volumes 1 through 9) and is one of three compendiums. I’m a nascent comic reader, so I can’t say how this compares to other comics. That being said, I loved it – and the biggest surprise to me is how the animated series (so far) is making some major improvements to the comic in terms of a streamlined story and inclusivity.
If you’ve been following the series, the comic has a different chronology. So, if you’re trying to avoid spoilers, you may want to wait until the animated series finishes its run. While the comic has a wider array of zany characters, the animated series seems to be focusing on character development (also, the comic is less gory).

All in all, INVINCIBLE: COMPENDIUM ONE is a fun romp, and I can’t wait to read more. If you’re liking the show, you need to experience the Invincible comics

Tarush Mohanti

Tarush Mohant is a playlist curator and music explorer, the creator of illussongs (illustrations of songs), and has a fitness plan motivated by action movies (running, climbing, swimming, hiking).

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