Updated on 16 October, 2021
The Amber Invincibles is a new comic book series by critically acclaimed writer Kurt Busiek. The book kicks off after the events of New York, where the Anti Oscorp terrorist group called "The Fallen" wiped out most of New York. Now, in order to save the world again, a new team of superheroes was assembled. This time, they call themselves "The Amber Invincibles." One of their members is named Amber, who has some unique superpowers that will aid them in battle.
The first series issue is called "Powers," and features the main characters of Amber, Wolf-Man, and Ghost Rider. The issue features a crossover between the Amazing Spider-Man and the X-Men. It doesn't sound too interesting, but I've learned that this is a pretty good start. People love to see their favorite characters in action in comics, especially if it's been a while since we've seen them. And when I saw the pictures of Amber in the background of the "Powers" cover, I instantly had a pretty good idea of what this series is about.
The next issue, "Bitter Sweet" focuses on Ghost Rider joining forces with Amber. I'm not going to tell you what happens in this one, but you have to read it to believe it. I won't give away the end, but you'll get a pretty big surprise. If you like the series, you'll probably enjoy this one a lot more than the previous issues.
The third issue, "Chase" sees the team up against the Hellfire organization. This one has some pretty good fight scenes. There are several members of the team that look like they could bust open a window or something just to watch them. This storyline was a lot of fun. I would recommend this series to anyone looking for a little action, and a little superheroics.
The final arc in " Amber Invincibles" takes place in the final issues of the series. It's called "The Unspoken." The story is very emotional, and dealing with the guilt and anger of Ghost Rider and Amber is very real to the characters in this series. It's a big finish for the series, and I really can't wait to see what happens in the next few issues.
Bottom line, I really enjoyed reading " Amber Invincibles." I think you will, too. It's a great start to a new series, and introduces a lot of great characters. It may not appeal to everyone, but there's no denying it's a great book. It ends on an intense note, but doesn't drag things out. I found it to be fast paced, but still packed with great story and ideas.
If you enjoyed " Amber Invincibles," then "The Unspoken" is another great book in the series. If you haven't read " Amber Invincibles," yet, I highly recommend it. Like "Amber Invisibles," "The Unspoken" picks up right where the last book ended, so there's no need to worry about catching up. It's a fantastic book that picks up where the last one left off, and is just as good.
I would recommend "The Unspoken" to anyone who hasn't read " Amber Invincibles." If you have, then I encourage you to pick up "The Unspoken." It will make you fall in love with these characters all over again. Everyone should buy "The Unspoken" series, but if you haven't picked up " Amber Invincibles," I highly suggest you do. It's a great book and a must read.
I really can't stress enough how much "The Unspoken" made me appreciate life. I was really getting into this book, and it's always been a little difficult for me to follow stories about people who live ordinary lives. This book took all of the detours I'd made in my life and wrapped it all up in a great story. The characters are interesting and well-built, and it will make you feel like you've known them all your life!
There is a lot to tell about life, but sometimes life gets in the way. Sometimes things get in the way of our plans and aspirations. However, "The Unspoken" gives us a wonderfully vivid picture of what would have happened if we had those plans and aspirations. And Amber has really become a part of her own life, even existing almost entirely outside of Amber and her dad's existence.
I could honestly write a book review on "The Unspoken" alone! It's one of the best books I've read recently, and I highly recommend it. It's not your run-of-the-mill kids' book about building muscle, although it does have some great advice regarding that (and other topics). Instead, it's a fantastic story about a girl's search for meaning in her life.