History Comicbook / Invincible

28th Apr '17 12:45:04 PM hullflyer
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* OutsideContextProblem: Battle Beast. He first appeared early in the series when Mark was possibly the strongest person on Earth, at a time when no Viltrumites other than Mark and Nolan had been seen, and was a apparently nothing but an EliteMook for the issue's villain. Then he easily ''beat Mark nearly to death'', and only retreated because he had expected a greater challenge. He has since come back to fight Viltrumites.

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* OutsideContextProblem: Battle Beast. He first appeared early in the series when Mark was possibly the strongest person on Earth, at a time when no Viltrumites other than Mark and Nolan had been seen, and was a apparently nothing but an EliteMook for the issue's villain. Then he easily ''beat Mark nearly to death'', and only retreated because he had expected a greater challenge. He has since come back to fight Viltrumites.
28th Apr '17 12:24:42 PM hullflyer
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** It could also be justified - if Cecil trusts Wolf-Man, and is wrong, the consequences are ''much'' less severe than if he trusts Mark, and is wrong - Wolf-Man can be taken down fairly easily, but Mark is a lot tougher, and could potentially kill millions and enslave the world.
28th Apr '17 12:22:07 PM hullflyer
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* DeconReconSwitch: The comic picks apart tons of superhero tropes, depicts a world of BlackAndGrayMorality, is willing to feature graphic violence to emphasize that heroes aren't holding back, subverts many classic superhero origins and motifs, and rather viciously deconstructs the idea of teenage superheroes. And yet in the end it reconstructs the genre; not matter how many tropes it subverts or deconstructs, the heroes are still heroes protecting the world from evil and many times their idealism and courage ultimately wins out over the cruel and cynical villains.

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* DeconReconSwitch: The comic picks apart tons of superhero tropes, depicts a world of BlackAndGrayMorality, is willing to feature graphic violence to emphasize that heroes aren't holding back, subverts many classic superhero origins and motifs, and rather viciously deconstructs the idea of teenage superheroes. And yet in the end it reconstructs the genre; not no matter how many tropes it subverts or deconstructs, the heroes are still heroes protecting the world from evil and many times their idealism and courage ultimately wins out over the cruel and cynical villains.
5th Apr '17 1:55:52 PM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:250: A CAPE WILL DIE ON EVERY PAGE.]]

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[[caption-width-right:250: [-[[caption-width-right:250: A CAPE WILL DIE ON EVERY PAGE.]]
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5th Apr '17 1:54:21 PM Willbyr
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-->'''Mark''': Wait a minute! Are you guys speaking English?
-->'''Martian''': No. What's English?
-->'''Mark''': Um...never mind.

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-->'''Mark''': Wait a minute! Are you guys speaking English?
-->'''Martian''':
English?\\
'''Martian''':
No. What's English?
-->'''Mark''':
English?\\
'''Mark''':
Um...never mind.



* DisappearedDad: Easily one of the only examples that is more horrifying than the one from {{Guyver}}.

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* DisappearedDad: Easily one of the only examples that is more horrifying than the one from {{Guyver}}.''Manga/{{Guyver}}''.
30th Mar '17 4:32:52 PM Eagal
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* LudicrousGibs: The series is ''very'' fond of this trope.



* MostCommonSuperPower[=/=]BreastExpansion: Parodied. [[spoiler:Eve did herself a boob job on the verge on death using her [[RealityWarper powers]]. It is '''that''' important for a female superhero.]]

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* MostCommonSuperPower[=/=]BreastExpansion: MostCommonSuperPower: Parodied. [[spoiler:Eve did herself a boob job on the verge on death using her [[RealityWarper powers]]. It is '''that''' important for a female superhero.]]
10th Mar '17 8:52:44 AM CyberController
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9th Mar '17 12:46:33 PM DiogoSalazar
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* SceneryGorn: any fight involving a Viltrumite becomes this. Or when it's shown that the [[spoiler: ''planetary ring'' around Viltrum is made of all the Viltrumites that died by the plague.]]
4th Mar '17 2:27:46 PM nombretomado
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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: The original Guardians of the Globe (except maybe Black Samson, who is a ComicStrip/FlashGordon[=/=]Doc Samson {{Expy}}) were thinly-veiled clones of the Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica. Additionally, most villains faced in the first volume are 1:1 counterparts of [[MarvelComics Marvel]] villains (i.e., The Elephant=Rhino, the Lizard League=Serpent Society, etc.)

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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: The original Guardians of the Globe (except maybe Black Samson, who is a ComicStrip/FlashGordon[=/=]Doc Samson {{Expy}}) were thinly-veiled clones of the Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica. Additionally, most villains faced in the first volume are 1:1 counterparts of [[MarvelComics Marvel]] Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}} villains (i.e., The Elephant=Rhino, the Lizard League=Serpent Society, etc.)
24th Feb '17 11:35:01 AM Ace1225
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* WhatAnIdiot: Cecil lying to Mark about Conquest being dead and keeping Conquest imprisoned to gain information from him, after Conquest wakes up from a coma, firmly places him in this territory. It's no surprise when, as soon as he awakens, Conquest breaks loose and flies off into space.
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