Invincible #73

    Invincible » Invincible #73 - The Viltrumite War: Part 3 released by Skybound on June 2010.

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    The Viltrumite War: Part 3 last edited by dannymalt on 12/23/19 09:20AM View full history

    Invincible is stranded on an alien planet, clinging to life, left battered and broken from his battle with Conquest. Nolan and Oliver stay behind to nurse him back to health, but meanwhile, out in space, the war rages on.



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    A Big Surprise 0

    This issue of Invincible came as a huge surprise and a major change up in pace.    Last issue we were greeted once again to Conquest, and Mark killed him but at the expense of many of his internal organs.  Nolan and Oliver arrive in time to wrap Mark's wounds and take care of him.  This is when the reality sets in that Mark has to heal.  The comic covers a good couple months of time as indicated by the number of characters slowly changing facial hair which is an often time hilarious cue.    Afte...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Koz's Comic Review 0

     Well after a action packed battle with Conquest and Invincible in the last issue. # 73 lets you catch your breath and digest what just happend. With Conquest dead and Invincible badly hurt, Nolan and Oliver are forced to stay hidden on a planet for months to nurse Invincible back to health. The good? Oliver and his Father get to spend much needed time together. The bad? They can not fight in the war. Tech Jacket and Allen spend sometime together as well, and this adds some comedy to the issue ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Character Bonding 0

    So the theme of this issue is definitely character bonding. The other review mentioned that there was not a lot of action and that is very true. But there is a lot of bonding going on. It is almost as if Robert Kirkman was bringing out some of his Walking dead pacing on this one.   Lately it takes a very short time to read the book because half of the panels are fight scenes. It is easy to be engaged because there is a lot going on visually (thanks to Mr. Ottley and FCO). But what made the first...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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