Amazon Studios’ highly anticipated animated adaptation of the Invincible comic series already touts an impressive voice cast. With names like Steven Yeun, Mark Hamill, J.K. Simmons, Sandra Oh, and Seth Rogen on-board, fans are already eager to see what the series has in store. However, as first revealed during a panel at this year’s CCXP Worlds event, the cast is being bolstered by an arguably even more impressive litany of stars.
Per the initial report, Mahershala Ali, Jon Hamm, and Ezra Miller have joined the series in supporting roles. Additionally, Clancy Brown, Djimon Hounsou, Jeffrey Donovan, Nicole Byer & Jonathan Groff will join the ensemble voice cast as well. With names like Ali and Hamm portraying classic Invincible characters like Titan and Steve, respectively, the series will undoubtedly attract more viewers when it premieres on Amazon Prime in 2021.
Based on the comic book character of the same name by The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, Invincible is an upcoming adult animated superhero series. The story follows a teenager named Mark Grayson (Yeun). However, his father Nolan (Simmons) happens to be the world’s more powerful superhero Omni-Man. After his seventeenth birthday, Mark develops his own powers trains under the watchful eye of his father. However, his father’s legacy may not be all as it appears to be. Moreover, Gillian Jacobs, Andrew Rannells, Zazie Beetz, Walton Goggins, Zachary Quinto, and Sonequa Martin-Green will voice various characters in the series as well.
Kirkman is on-board to serve as one of the show’s executive producers alongside Simon Racioppa (The Dark Crystal), David Alpert (Air), and Catherine Winder (The Clone Wars). The series will run for eight hour-long episodes on Amazon Prime in collaboration with Skybound Entertainment.
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