Invincible Season 2 Part 2 Finally Reveals Release Date and Fans Aren’t Happy

Invincible's popularity might take a serious hit after Part 2 of Season 2 was announced.

Invincible Season 2 Part 2 Finally Reveals Release Date and Fans Aren’t Happy


  • Prime Video announced the second part of Invincible Season 2 is scheduled to release on March 14, 2024, after a four month break.
  • The fans are unhappy with the announcement since they believed that the mid-season break was unnecessary.
  • The fans did not waste any time and took social media's help to raise their concerns about how the break might affect it's popularity.
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Invincible is one of the most popular comic book adaptations in the last few years. Season one premiered in 2021, and people loved it. Few fans were familiar with the story and were quite satisfied with the comic-accurate portrayal. Prime Video did not shy away from showing all the bloody scenes, and it helped capture the original emotions of the series.


After waiting for a couple more years, fans were treated with Invincible Season 2. After Omni-Man’s massacre, they were eager to see how the story progressed. Season two premiered on November 3, 2023, and after four episodes, it was announced that season two will be divided into two parts. It has angered several fans. The show only has eight episodes, and having a mid-season break was unnecessary.

Invincible Season 2 Part 2 Will Return In Spring


Invincible season 2 ran from November 3 to November 24, 2023, before it came to an abrupt end. Recently, it was announced that part two will start airing on March 14, 2024. There is a gap of almost four months between the two parts. The fans were confused as to why the popular show came to a sudden halt. It was revealed that the season was divided into two parts.


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During the announcement or trailer launch, there was no news of season two getting split in two. But that is what the creators thought was best for the show. Like season 1, Skybound Animation is in charge of the cinematic. Robert Kirkman, Ryan Ottley, and Cory Walker are the program creators, and John Paesano is the composer. Invincible Season 2 features how Mark Grayson is trying to pick himself up from his father’s shadows.

Omni-Man in a still from Invincible

The same gore and blood followed season 2. Everything was going great until the show halted in the middle. Even though Invincible Season Two Part Two has been announced, fans are still not over the fact that it was stopped abruptly. They have raised their concerns on social media and were quite vocal about it.

Fans Are Angry With Invincible Season 2 Part 2

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Invincible Season 2

It looked like the fans had forgotten about Invincible but soon got reminded of it after the announcement of its return. Few people were happy with the return, but most were disappointed. They did not waste any time and went straight to social media and posted against Invincible. One of the X (formerly Twitter) users said it was the most unnecessary mid-season break for any show that they came across.


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Another one said they were happy but could not figure out why the producers opted for a break.


People commented that they thought splitting the season in two was a dumb idea.

Fans believe that the mid-season break might cost them lose their base.


Most of the comments read that it was wild to have a four-month break for a show that is only eight episodes long.


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It is pretty clearly visible that the fans are disappointed. The only way that they can overcome it is if Invincible can do his magic and surpass everyone’s expectations. It will be interesting to see whether the mid-season break delivers a better second part or results in a potential deal breaker. All eyes will be on March 14, 2024.

Priyanko Chakraborty

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Priyanko is a Content Writer at FandomWire, and specializes in anime. He is currently pursuing his Master's Degree in Economics. Priyanko has previously worked as a content writing intern. He spends half of his day writing on anime, and the other half watching it.