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Invincible Fan Art Imagines Titans Star Ryan Potter as Mark Grayson

Invincible Fan Art Imagines Titans Star Ryan Potter as Mark Grayson
BossLogic's newest Invincible fan art imagines Titans star Ryan Potter as Mark Grayson. Created by Robert Kirkman, the animated superhero series just concluded its first season on Amazon Prime Video. The new series has been very well-received by fans with many offering heaps of praise to the season finale in particular. Noticing this positive response, Amazon has gone ahead and ordered another two seasons of the show.

One big fan of Invincible is the digital artist BossLogic. Also impressed with the show's first season, the artist couldn't help but imagine live-action versions of the show's primary characters. This includes Mark Grayson, the titular teenage superhero voiced by Steven Yeun in the animated series. The fan art casts this main role with Ryan Potter - the 25-year-old actor best known as Gar Logan on Titans and the voice of Hiro Hamada in Big Hero 6.

"#Invincible what a God damn dope show,
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"Invincible" on Amazon Prime Video - New Footage

"Invincible", the Amazon Original animated TV series, recently renewed for two more seasons, adapts the Image Comics superhero title by writer Robert Kirkman ("The Walking Dead"), now streaming on Amazon Prime Video:

"...girls, homework, supervillains. When you're a teenager it pays to be 'Invincible'. 'Mark Grayson' was just an average kid living in a world full of super heroes.

"It wasn't until he was a teenager that he gained fantastic powers thanks to his biological father 'Omni-Man'..." 

Chad Coleman voices 'Martian Man', Sonequa Martin-Green is 'Green Ghost', Michael Cudlitz is 'Red Rush', Lauren Cohan is 'War Woman', Lennie James is 'Darkwing' and Ross Marquand is 'The Immortal', plus 'Aquarius'.

Cast also includes Steven Yeun, Sandra Oh, J.K. Simmons, Seth Rogen, Gillian Jacobs, Andrew Rannells, Zazie Beetz...

...Walton Goggins, Jason Mantzoukas, Mae Whitman and Chris Diamantopoulos

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‘Invincible’ Renewed for Two More Seasons by Amazon

‘Invincible’ Renewed for Two More Seasons by Amazon
Robert Kirkman’s animated series will conclude its first season on Friday

One day before its first season finale, Amazon has renewed Robert Kirkman’s animated series “Invincible” for two more seasons.

The series, which stars Steven Yeon and J.K. Simmons, will end its first season on April 30.

Yeun stars in the series, based on Kirkman’s long-running comic, as 17-year-old Mark Grayson, who’s just like every other guy his age — except that his father is the most powerful superhero on the planet, Omni-Man (Simmons). But as Mark develops powers of his own, he discovers that his father’s legacy may not be as heroic as it seems.

Invincible” also Sandra Oh, along with Lauren Cohan, Chad Coleman, Michael Cudlitz, Lennie James, Ross Marquand and Sonequa Martin-Green. Additional cast includes Zachary Quinto, Khary Payton, Zazie Beetz, Chris Diamantopoulos, Walton Goggins, Grey Griffin, Mark Hamill, Gillian Jacobs, Melise, Jason Mantzoukas,
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Clarice Episode 7 Review: Ugly Truth

Clarice Episode 7 Review: Ugly Truth
This Clarice review contains spoilers.

Clarice Episode 7

Clarice, episode 7, “Ugly Truth,” is a monster-of-the-week exploration of a cold case procedural. It also moves the overall arc along as true ugliness is found within. “Some monster killed two little kids,” Ardelia Mapp (Devyn Tyler) says. The episode opens with a hideous image, foreshadowed and cinematically darkened by the growing buzz of a swarm of flies.

The opening shot is quite masterful. It takes a while for the idea to register that flies are drawn to dead things until just a moment before we see what died. The flies should be given credit, as they will continue to recur as both a character and mood-setter over the course of the early investigation. Clarice routinely plays with forced perspective and stalled chronology to move the inner story. The camera-work goes into overtime this episode as clues, details and emotional states are captured through the shifting flow of time.
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Clarice: Season 1, Episode 7: Ugly Truth TV Show Trailer [CBS]

Clarice: Season 1, Episode 7: Ugly Truth TV Show Trailer [CBS]
Clarice Ugly Truth Trailer — CBS‘ Clarice: Season 1, Episode 7: Ugly Truth TV show trailer has been released. Cast and crew Clarice stars Rebecca Breeds, Kal Penn, Michael Cudlitz, Nick Sandow, Lucca De Oliveira, Marnee Carpenter, Erica Anderson, John Tokatlidis, Simon Northwood, Maya McNair, Tim Guinee, Chris Farquhar, Shawn Doyle, Jayne Atkinson, [...]

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Clarice Episode 6 Review: How Does It Feel to Be So Beautiful

Clarice Episode 6 Review: How Does It Feel to Be So Beautiful
This Clarice review contains spoilers.

Clarice Episode 6

Clarice, episode 6, “How Does It Feel to Be So Beautiful,” opens in the aftermath of Clarice’s (Rebecca Breeds) nearly-lethal encounter with the recently deceased Marilyn Felker, and it brings her back to square one. The ViCAP agent is put on administrative leave, ordered to return to therapy, and given a last supper by the Attorney General, Ruth Martin (Jayne Atkinson). But it begins with a regressive hypnosis session that opens up a world of moth-eaten fantasia.

Agent Shaan Tripathi (Kal Penn) says Organized Crime believes in Dr. Renee Li (Grace Lynn Kung), who was recruited to plumb the depths of Clarice’s memories. The agent got sucker punched while attempting to escape from Dr. Felker’s personal intensive care unit, but doesn’t remember if she got a good look at the face of her attacker. Texas lawmakers are currently debating whether
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‘Invincible’ – Steven Yeun and a Star-Studded Voice Cast Shine in New Adult Superhero Series

‘Invincible’ – Steven Yeun and a Star-Studded Voice Cast Shine in New Adult Superhero Series
Photo: ‘Invincible’/Amazon Prime Inseparable creative partners Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, originally known for co-writing (and later co-directing) comedy films like ‘Superbad’, ‘Pineapple Express’, and ‘This Is the End’, have been active in recent years as executive producers for adult-oriented graphic novel adaptations. First, they produced and developed AMC’s ‘Preacher’, based on the comic created by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon--then, they produced Prime Video’s ‘The Boys’, developed by Eric Kripke and based on the comic again written by Garth Ennis and co-created by Darick Robertson. Their latest is Prime Video’s ‘Invincible’, an adult animation series based on the Image superhero created by artist Cory Walker and writer Robert Kirkman, the latter of whom also co-created ‘The Walking Dead’. Related article: How Steven Yeun is Creating a More Authentic, Representation of Asian Americans in Hollywood Related article: The Complete List of 2021 Oscar Nominations – Celebrations, Surprises
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Invincible: What That Big Episode 1 Twist Means for the Show

Invincible: What That Big Episode 1 Twist Means for the Show
This article contains spoilers for the Invincible comic and Amazon Prime series.

Thanks to more than a decade of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, post-credit scenes are a matter of course in superhero film and TV properties. They’ve become so pervasive and routine that, at this point, it would take something truly revelatory to shock viewers. Well…here comes Amazon Prime’s Invincible and a certain Nolan Grayson a.k.a. Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons).

This animated series, adapted from Robert Kirkman’s comic of the same name, opts to not only include a post-credit scene at the end of its first episode…it includes damn near a whole new post-credit episode! “It’s About Time” concludes with Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun) suiting up and announcing his new “Invincible” monniker to some villains, sending the show to its end credits around the 37-minute mark. But there still remains a staggering 10 minutes
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Clarice Episode 5 Review: Get Right with God

Clarice Episode 5 Review: Get Right with God
This Clarice review contains spoilers.

Clarice Episode 5

Clarice, episode 5, “Get Right with God,” is the best episode of the season because the show gets right with The Silence of the Lambs. The series has been putting off most of the references, some by design, come contractually forced. Agent Clarice Starling (Rebecca Breeds) has done her level best to avoid talking about it, even in therapy. Though, to be fair, she avoids even the smallest of chatter there, and often appears to be communicating via a blinked Morse code.

Starling has gone as far running rogue and publicly plug an inconvenient theory to push the traumatic events of the source film further away. She’s done this against the express wishes of her coworkers, and the Attorney General, Ruth Martin (Jayne Atkinson), who salivates at the very phrase “serial killer.” Just as the ViCAP unit is finally on the same page as Starling,
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Clarice Episode 4 Review: You Can’t Rule Me

Clarice Episode 4 Review: You Can’t Rule Me
This Clarice review contains spoilers.

Clarice Episode 4

Clarice, episode 4, “You Can’t Rule Me,” is a misnomer. Unlike its source material, The Silence of the Lambs, it plays by a lot of rules. Agent Clarice Starling (Rebecca Breeds), and the ViCAP unit she works at under Deputy Assistant Attorney General Paul Krendler (Michael Cudlitz) are under investigation for a regulation infraction. A witness died on their watch. The thing which raises the episode, however, is something we didn’t see coming, though it follows the rules.

Right after the spiel about what happened previously on Clarice, the head investigating agent, Krendler’s Bureau rival, Sa Anthony Herman (David Hewlett), goes through it again in the form of an accusation. To hammer the point home, autopsy scenes are intercut where we can see and, much more importantly, hear limbs being sawed through. It’s an effective opening which brings a very
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Michael Cudlitz Teases Abraham's Return in The Walking Dead Movies: It's Been Discussed

Michael Cudlitz Teases Abraham's Return in The Walking Dead Movies: It's Been Discussed
We just might see Michael Cudlitz back as Abraham Ford one last time in The Walking Dead movies. Between seasons 4 and 7 of the long-running zombie drama, Cudlitz brought the fan favorite character to life, serving as one of the show's most popular personalities during his run. His character came to his bloody end when Jeffrey Dean Morgan's Negan beat him to death with a barbwire-covered bat alongside fellow fan favorite Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun).

Michael Cudlitz has since moved on to star in the new CBS series Clarice, but there's a good chance we'll see more of Abraham Ford in the future. It has been speculated that Ford might show up in the anthology spinoff series Tales of the Walking Dead, which focuses on a different story in each episode. Speaking with ComicBook.com this week, Cudlitz clarified that there have indeed been talks about Abraham's return, but it's more
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Clarice Episode 3 Review: Are You Alright?

Clarice Episode 3 Review: Are You Alright?
This Clarice review contains spoilers.

Clarice Episode 3

Clarice, episode 3, “Are You Alright?,” almost allows Agent Clarice Starling (Rebecca Breeds) to overcome the typecasting of her role in the events in the film The Silence of the Lambs. The federal cop practically changes the venue by sheer force of will, as if she could burn the idea of a serial killer from the network series. Sadly, her flame is still attracting too many moths.

The episode again begins in the therapist’s office, so we know the scene will be brief. Both the patient and the doctor appear to be sparring rather than psychoanalyzing. Every sentence is a game of chicken, and it begins to feel more like an interrogation than a session. What makes it interesting are the cuts, which bring doubt to the proceedings. Is Clarice being paranoid? Yes, of course, but that doesn’t mean no one’s after her.
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"Invincible" on Prime Video - New Footage

"Invincible", the new Amazon Original animated TV series, adapting the Image Comics superhero title by writer Robert Kirkman ("The Walking Dead"), streams March 26, 2021 on Amazon Prime Video:

"...girls, homework, supervillains. When you're a teenager it pays to be 'Invincible'. 'Mark Grayson' was just an average kid living in a world full of super heroes.

"It wasn't until he was a teenager that he gained fantastic powers thanks to his biological father 'Omni-Man'..." 

Chad Coleman voices 'Martian Man', Sonequa Martin-Green is 'Green Ghost', Michael Cudlitz is 'Red Rush', Lauren Cohan is 'War Woman', Lennie James is 'Darkwing' and Ross Marquand is 'The Immortal', plus 'Aquarius'.   

Cast also includes Steven Yeun, Sandra Oh, J.K. Simmons, Seth Rogen, Gillian Jacobs, Andrew Rannells, Zazie Beetz, Walton Goggins, Jason Mantzoukas, Mae Whitman and Chris Diamantopoulos

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Clarice Episode 2 Review: Ghosts of Highway 20

Clarice Episode 2 Review: Ghosts of Highway 20
This Clarice review contains spoilers.

Clarice Episode 2

Clarice episode 2, “Ghosts of Highway 20,” takes the series further from The Silence of the Lambs, and deeper into federal cop procedural territory. FBI Agent Clarice Starling (Rebecca Breeds) went rogue at the end of the debut episode, “breaking the chain of command” and telling the press that an apprehended suspect just might not be a serial killer, but part of something larger. Now she is waiting for repercussions.

Clarice is already doing penance as the episode opens, counting off pushups to metal music. Pushups are a military punishment for rookie infractions and, back in the ‘90s, heavy metal music was blasted at hostile prisoners of war. To further distance themselves, the Vicap squad gets deployed to Tennessee. Starling’s superior officer, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Paul Krendler (Michael Cudlitz), only called her up there to keep an eye on her.

This is not a serial killer situation.
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Clarice: Season 1, Episode 2: Ghosts of Highway 20 TV Show Trailer [CBS]

Clarice: Season 1, Episode 2: Ghosts of Highway 20 TV Show Trailer [CBS]
Clarice Ghosts of Highway 20 Trailer — CBS‘ Clarice: Season 1, Episode 2: Ghosts of Highway 20 TV show trailer has been released. Cast and crew Clarice stars Rebecca Breeds, Kal Penn, Michael Cudlitz, Nick Sandow, Lucca De Oliveira, Marnee Carpenter, Erica Anderson, John Tokatlidis, Simon Northwood, Maya McNair, Tim Guinee, Chris Farquhar, [...]

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"Invincible" on Prime Video

"Invincible", the new Amazon Original animated TV series, adapting the Image Comics superhero title by writer Robert Kirkman ("The Walking Dead"), streams March 26, 2021 on Amazon Prime Video:

"...girls, homework, supervillains. When you're a teenager it pays to be 'Invincible'. 'Mark Grayson' was just an average kid living in a world full of super heroes.

"It wasn't until he was a teenager that he gained fantastic powers thanks to his biological father 'Omni-Man'..." 

Chad Coleman voices 'Martian Man', Sonequa Martin-Green is 'Green Ghost', Michael Cudlitz is 'Red Rush', Lauren Cohan is 'War Woman', Lennie James is 'Darkwing' and Ross Marquand is 'The Immortal', 'Aquarius'.  

Cast also includes Steven Yeun, Sandra Oh, J.K. Simmons, Seth Rogen, Gillian Jacobs, Andrew Rannells, Zazie Beetz, Walton Goggins, Jason Mantzoukas, Mae Whitman and Chris Diamantopoulos

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Clarice: Season Two? Has the CBS TV Series Been Cancelled or Renewed Yet?

Clarice: Season Two? Has the CBS TV Series Been Cancelled or Renewed Yet?
Vulture Watch

How dark will this show get? Has the Clarice TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on CBS? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Clarice, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

What's This TV Show About?

Airing on the CBS television network, the Clarice TV show stars Rebecca Breeds, Michael Cudlitz, Lucca de Oliveira, Kal Penn, Nick Sandow, Devyn Tyler, and Marnee Carpenter. The series is a deep dive into the untold personal story of FBI Agent Clarice Starling (Breeds) as she returns to the field in 1993, one year after the hunt for serial killer Buffalo Bill (Simon Northwood). Brilliant and vulnerable, Clarice’s bravery gives
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Clarice: Season One Ratings

Clarice: Season One Ratings
A new CBS series, Clarice is based on the character from The Silence of the Lambs. The last series based on that book/movie, Hannibal, has a devout following but lasted just three low-rated seasons. Will Clarice do as well or better? Will it be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.

A psychological crime and horror series, the Clarice TV show stars Rebecca Breeds, Michael Cudlitz, Lucca de Oliveira, Kal Penn, Nick Sandow, Devyn Tyler, and Marnee Carpenter. The series is a deep dive into the untold personal story of FBI Agent Clarice Starling (Breeds) as she returns to the field in 1993, one year after the hunt for serial killer Buffalo Bill (Simon Northwood). Brilliant and vulnerable, Clarice’s bravery gives her an inner light that draws monsters and madmen to her. However, her complex psychological makeup -- which comes from a challenging childhood
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Clarice: How Does The Show Compare to Hannibal?

Clarice: How Does The Show Compare to Hannibal?
Can a series be considered part of the Hannibal Lecter franchise if Hannibal Lecter never appears?

Picking up in 1993, shortly after the events of The Silence of the Lambs, CBS’s new drama Clarice follows the continued trials and tribulations of Lecter’s most famous foil, originally brought to iconic, Oscar winning life by Jodie Foster thirty years ago. For long-time fans of Thomas Harris’ creation, Clarice is a contentious proposition. The idea of a TV series about Clarice Starling is neither a creatively bankrupt nor unappealing one, however it comes with a faint veneer of controversy due to a perception that its very existence potentially puts an end to revival chances for Bryan Fuller’s gone-too-soon cult classic Hannibal, which ran on NBC between 2013 and 2015.

Due to complicated rights issues dating back to the 1980s, Thomas Harris’s stable of characters has been divided between different studios, with the
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Clarice: Season One Viewer Votes

Clarice: Season One Viewer Votes
Can Agent Starling escape her past in the first season of the Clarice TV show on CBS? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Clarice is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustrated when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we invite you to rate all of the first season episodes of Clarice here.

A CBS psychological crime and horror series, the Clarice TV show stars Rebecca Breeds, Michael Cudlitz, Lucca de Oliveira, Kal Penn, Nick Sandow, Devyn Tyler, and Marnee Carpenter. The series is a deep dive into the untold personal story of FBI Agent Clarice Starling (Breeds) as she returns to the field in 1993, one year after
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