Updated on 16 October, 2021
Invincible Comic Ending is the third issue of the comic book series written by Greg Ruckley. It's an excellent start to a new era for the superhero genre. I love reading comic books and seeing the evolution of comic book superheroes over time. Ruckley is a masterful writer and designer of these comics, so I'm definitely looking forward to this series. I've read lots of his past work and am eager to see what he does next. His style of writing is clear and concise.
The story is set after an explosion in Chicago. Two bombs have been left on the streets. One of them is left near an orphanage. The child who finds the bomb and the benefactor who finds out about it will combine forces to try and find out who attempted to kill them. This is an intricate plotline that is both suspenseful and emotional at the same time.
The artwork here is very nice. Invictus is drawn in a very unique style, which is far from the typical look of most comic book heroes. He has some great twists and positions for some of the more formidable villains in the book as well. The action scenes are fast paced and the story's pace never dips.
I also like how Ruckley keeps things very personal with each issue of Invictus. You feel every word that is spoken by one of the characters. Even minor supporting players such as Sally Halliday and Martin Lickford come into play with their comments throughout each issue. They add life to a series that would otherwise be quite boring. Invictus has a tight focus on its characters, and it shows.
The supporting cast is also great. Everyone from solicitation to opposing sides in the war against Invictus share their opinions throughout each issue of Invictus. Some of them may even get a bit controversial, but it never feels as though they are taking sides, or discussed above the fray. Each character's personal journey is depicted through the series; it's simply remarkable how well done this is.
One of the standout features of Invictus is the artwork. Mark Wiggin does an amazing job of designing the visuals for Invictus. The clean, sharp lines and defined shapes are something you would rarely see in an superhero book, and they do an excellent job of bringing this series to life. Invictus looks every bit as spectacular as it describes itself to be, and I can't wait for volume two!
Invictus is a very timely book. The recent unrest in the Middle East and the rising threat of international terrorism has people worrying about their country's security. It's a timely story, and one that is addressed well. Wiggin draws a detailed picture of the modern world, and brings it to life in his series. If you want to know what happens when the United States of America invades a nation, this is a book for you.
In short, I really enjoyed Invictus. There is no way that I would have read it before taking a couple of weeks off of work, and I've already started reading the second book in the series. If you're into military fiction, this might be a great series to pick up. It's a fast-moving, action-packed read that's perfect for anyone who enjoys adventure. Recommended!
Now, we have Donald Trump! You may be familiar with this famous billionaire, or maybe you know him better from his stint on The Apprentice. I'm not sure if you've seen him in any Invictus books, but this series is based around the real life event that inspired the current president. No doubt about it - this is one of the most entertaining presidential candidates in modern history! Don't miss out!
This is a very political book, but that doesn't mean that you shouldn't enjoy it. In fact, if you're a lover of politics, you'll love this series. It's not a love story between a man and a woman, and it's not even really about politics. It's about war, and the true nature of power. That's not going to be too hard to get into for those of you who like war fiction.
One of the greatest things about Invictus is that it's written in simple, understandable terms. It's easy to read and goes into detail about what you'd be doing if you were in the military during World War II. The author shows you how to think like a soldier (and that's exactly what you need to do in order to win any war). If you enjoy military fiction, then this book will be a real winner. I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn a little bit more about how it works.