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Robert Kirkman’s Invincible, Animated Series Is Getting A Live-Action Adaptation

It has now been revealed that it will be adapted into a live-action film. As of 2017, there was talk of making a film, but it was stymied for several reasons

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Khushant Runghe
Khushant Runghe
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INDIA: Based on the Image comic’s Invincible, created by Robert Kirkman. From the first episode that was streamed on Amazon Prime, the animated series quickly became a fan favorite. Which recounts Mark Grayson’s transformation from a teenager to a superhero.

It has now been revealed that Invincible will be adapted into a live-action film. As of 2017, there was talk of making a film, but it was stymied for several reasons. Robert Kirkman at the ComicCon@Home event stated that a live-action adaptation is in the works, however, he couldn’t divulge too many details because the project is still in its early stages. He also stated that the series would be very different from the animated series. As it will be for individuals who are not into animated series. The live-action would be so dissimilar that no comparison could be made.

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Robert Kirkman’s Walking Dead comic book series is also well-known. Which also received a series adaption that began with a bang but fell short of expectations. His influence on the Walking Dead may be observed in the animated series, which contains a lot of blood sequences and brutality. The series can be described as a comprehensive blend of R-rated action and animation. The storyline was also well developed from its comic book source material.

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The only thing that remains is the reaction of the fans, who have stated that it is superfluous to film a movielike Invincible which is based on a full-fledged series. Many have said that its track record these days for insane movie adaptations that don’t fit the source material.

There’s also no word on when it’ll be released or which platforms it’ll be available on, though Amazon, presumably, will be one of them so fans of the series should keep an eye out for additional details.

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