I think it’s safe to say that I’m getting sick of the same old superhero movies. The chances of me going to the cinema to see the latest derivative Marvel movie are about the same as the likelihood of me organising a trip to Gaza. So, with my enthusiasm for the genre has reached an all-time low, I have taken crucial time away from complaining to search the streaming services for something encouraging to review.
Invincible is an eight-part animated show on Amazon about a teenage boy who inherits superhuman abilities from his superhero father and dedicates his life to saving...
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