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Invincible, Book 11: Happy Days Paperback – August 25, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
11 volumes in and again it's all getting a bit tiresome so I'm taking a break from Invincible for a while although I've another 5 volumes to get through. I'm looking for more originality and less dramatic fight scenes.
The art is amazing as usual. So clean and crisp even when a character is bloody. I think my favorite moment was the collage of the good and bad moments that Eve and Invincible have shared. I just kept staring at it. So beautiful.
Robert Kirkman doesn’t pull punches. That ending! My draw dropped when I saw what happened. Low blow Kirkman, low blow.
A lot of the volume is taken up with a cross-over featuring another of Kirkman's creations, The Astounding Wolf-Man. That digression is fine for what it is, but none of the individual issues featured in this trade paperback advance the larger plot one iota. (Well, maybe ONE iota.) The crossover smacks of a cash-grab akin to the big two, where they have foil-covered multi-part epics featuring everybody and their dogs ... and absolutely no change to the status quo.
I'm not saying don't get this book, especially if you've gotten every other ... but just be aware, it's a comparatively hollow experience held against previous volumes.
I also like Eve's scheme to monetize Mark's powers. It's ridiculous that more superheroes in the comic book world aren't doing something similar.