Invincible Comes To An End In “The End of All Things”
Invincible is one of those really good super-hero comics that has flown under the radar. Robert Kirkman has incorporated all of the great super-heroic tropes into an entertaining story that has a wonderfully cohesive continuity. Unfortunately, it has been overshadowed by Kirkman’s much more noticed series, especially The Walking Dead. After thirteen years, it will officially end in the final, twelve-issue story “The End of All Things.”
Here is the press release from Image Comics.
FAN FAVORITE SUPERHERO STORY COMES TO A CLOSE IN INVINCIBLE FINALE
“The End of All Things” begins final story arc for the Kirkman and Ottley series
Series artist Ryan Ottley returns to re-team with Robert Kirkman (THE WALKING DEAD, OUTCAST BY KIRKMAN & AZACETA) to launch the final story arc of the long-running creator-owned superhero series INVINCIBLE. “The End of All Things” Part One begins with INVINCIBLE #133 from Image Comics/Skybound Entertainment this November.
This twelve-part mega-story will touch every corner of the Invincible Universe, and when it’s over… It’s over. Every single story for the past thirteen years has been leading up to this ultimate showdown running up to INVINCIBLE #144—the very last issue in the series.
In a letter to fans, Kirkman explained his and Ottley’s decision to end the series. “We’ve got a little over a year to go, and it’s going to be one hell of a year! So please join us for our swan song, thirteen years in the making! We couldn’t have done it without you, the fans, so let’s all cross the finish line together!”
INVINCIBLE #133 hits stores on Wednesday, November 16th.