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After the traumatic events of Volume 3, Mark Grayson (AKA Invincible) is left to pick up the pieces and try to continue on with some sort of life. His mother is a wreck, his friends don't understand and the super-villains of the world just want to beat him up. Mark has a lot on his shoulders and graduation is just around the corner. Containing the fan-favorite and sold-out issues #14-19 and the short story from Free Comic Book Day 2004's Image Comics Summer Special, this volume is massive!

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Not Completely Invincible 0

The Story:Invincible and his mother are still coping with the deceit and abandonment of Omni-Man (their father and husband). Both are finding it extremely difficult to continue living the way they were. Invincible's mother Deborah has taken up drinking. Invincible is frequently having to lie to his girlfriend Amber when he has to suddenly leave on random missions from Cecil. My Thoughts: Once again Robert Kirkman manages to create some craziness that somehow seems to work out. This volume is gre...

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Invincible: Head of the Class Review 0

Robert Kirkman does a great job of getting the series back on track, as well as showing the emotional toll that the events of the last issue had on the characters. Despite Mark's reaction to his fathers actions, it was the affect that the events had on his mother that had more depth, with her depression giving a realistic tone to this usually fun series. Kirkman does however continue to add fun, with Mark almost marrying a an Atlantian, visiting Mars, taking on a crime boss whilst also finding t...

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