Invincible Compendium Volume 1 (INVINCIBLE COMPENDIUM TP)

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Description

Product details

  • Publisher

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    Image Comics; Illustrated edition (30 Aug. 2011)
  • Language

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    English
  • Paperback

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    1024 pages
  • ISBN-10

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    1607064111
  • ISBN-13

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    978-1607064114
  • Reading age

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    13 – 16 years
  • Dimensions

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    17.78 x 5.33 x 25.4 cm

Additional information

Publisher ‏ : ‎

Image Comics; Illustrated edition (30 Aug. 2011)

Language ‏ : ‎

English

Paperback ‏ : ‎

1024 pages

ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎

1607064111

ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎

978-1607064114

Reading age ‏ : ‎

13 – 16 years

Dimensions ‏ : ‎

17.78 x 5.33 x 25.4 cm

Best Sellers Rank:

28 in Literature & Fiction for Young Adults

Customer reviews:

8,164

10 reviews for Invincible Compendium Volume 1 (INVINCIBLE COMPENDIUM TP)

  1. Happy Customer

    This comic series is just a top tier comic to read, I read this all before the show came out in physical form and I had to get it again digitally, amazing art, great characters, stories and more

  2. Rhys

    Really great story, interesting characters and very expansive and interesting world. The book is easy to read via the app, you just can’t stop turning the pages.

  3. Mr. F. Freitas

    Item arrived a bit scuffed due to poor packaging. This also happened with Volumes 1 and 2 both with amazon and a third party seller. Due to the size and weight of these books, they will get bumped around when in transit. There should be a better was to cushion the product so that the corners don’t get scuffed.As for the product itself, this is excellent Omnibus/ compendium which contains the whole run /story of Invincible. I watched the show on Prime, and really liked it so bought the source material.The comic itself is excellent, good story, good characters and excellent artwork. As a bonus this comic has a complete story from beginning to end.Also unlike modern comics ( which are mostly trash) this comic has excellent artwork, puts story and characters first. Does not beat you over the head with poorly written modern political messaging or preachiness. Just has good fun storytelling.Very good comic series, would recommend to anyone who likes superhero comics.

  4. NATHAN POTTS

    Great story and updated visuals to the original. I would recommend this, especially considering how long the amazon series will take to fully release. Slightly different plotline and story beats to the series but still well worth the read. Only thing I could recommend is wait until a sale I guess and buy all 3

  5. Deina Es-haq

    I adore the first third of this book. Not only is it a well written story with expertly crafted characters with complex thoughts and emotions, but it is also so cool. I adore how this comic run is very reminiscent of the Marvel/DC comics but much more focused. No need to read 7 crossovers and a team up book. Just pick it up and all the necessary information is available. Absolutely love it:)

  6. cassidycassidy

    way bigger than i thought but that makes it way better. well worth the money, really well made and written

  7. sam

    Wow

  8. George S

    I’m almost at the end of this first compendium and for me it’s fantastic value at £14 for a 1000+ pages!The actual story is great and I’m really looking forward to getting the next two volumes and reading this to it’s conclusion.On a practical note although I am quite old school in that I do like to read comics in physical format for something like this I think it would be very unwieldy, and this particular edition is eminently more readable on a kindle app/device (in my case an Ipad.)I’ve got some Batman Omnibuses and they are simply too heavy to read easily – especially in bed!

  9. j.p.e

    Bought for my son, he says its better than the TV series.

  10. MATTHEW

    Robert Kirkman once again dropping megaton warheads on the comic industry it got off to a confused start and it’s like a marvel book everything’s set up in loafs of other comics that you need to read to get closure on a story line I think he did that on purpose but it’s masterpiece this comic doorstopper a real page Turner I read it in a day it was that engrossing a must buy if you like comics because this is one of the best

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