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Invincible Ultimate Collection Volume 11 Hardcover – May 23, 2017
"Rebound" by Kwame Alexander
Don't miss best-selling author Kwame Alexander's "Rebound," a new companion novel to his Newbery Award-winner, "The Crossover,"" illustrated with striking graphic novel panels. Pre-order today
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This volume follows the major changes of the last few books. Invincible has left Earth and become a father. While he was gone, the superhero Robot has quietly taken over the world to pursue his Utopian vision. And, so far, done rather well. With this book Kirkman takes new chances, which I won't spoil. The book includes an interesting look back on Invincible's earliest adventures which only reminds me how good this book is.
There's also an art change with long-time artist Ryan Ottley stepping down for original artist (and co-creator) Cory Walker. I'm not sure what the story behind the change is but both artists are great and there's no change in quality.
The book is planned to wrap up with issue #144 (this book covers up to #132) which is the only bad news. it will be missed.
Around issue 100 I decided to take a break which last for a year or so and then got caught up. The series is great, and I think the part of why it has continued to be so good is that it has the finish line in sight. It is allowed to approach the ending rather than stretching along. Walking dead suffers from "add more characters to replace the ones that are dying" where as this is allowed to proceed organically.
As for the content of this volume, It still touches on some of the actions of Rex, and as for other characters, well, Kirkman has always given weight to the appropriates story telling milestones.
It is good, the final volume should be out within a year, and judging by the single issues so far, I wouldn't get too attached to any single character...