Invincible Season 2 reveals first look at “terrifying” villain

Kayla Harrington
invincible flying in season 2Prime Video

Invincible Season 2 showrunner unveils the arch-nemesis that will be chasing chaos for the cast in the latest installment of the show.

Amazon Prime Video made its mark on the superhero genre with both the outlandish The Boys and the heartbreaking Invincible.

Invincible — set to debut its second season soon — follows teen Mark Grayson as he discovers he has superpowers and trains under his father, Nolan, who he doesn’t realize is evil.

Though Mark and Nolan had a massive blowout at the end of Season 1, the series showrunner has revealed the villain for Season 2.

Article continues after ad

Invincible Season 2 will be home to Mark’s comic book enemy

Thanks to an exclusive given to IGN, Invincible creator and showrunner Robert Kirkman gave fans a sneak peek at Season 2’s big bad Angstrom Levy.

In the comics, Levy is known as a “dimension-hopper hellbent on harnessing the knowledge of his other selves and obsessed with destroying Mark Grayson.”

“This is a character that kind of comes in at a time when Nolan is gone and really becomes a Mark-centric villain, and is one of the first villains that really put Mark through his paces and showed him as a capable superhero,” Kirkman said, “Another thing that I see people talking about with season one is, ‘When is Mark going to start winning fights?’

Article continues after ad

He starts winning fights in Season 2. He still does lose fights, though. Angstrom Levy is another big part of that, just showing Mark as a capable superhero who can stand on his own and to really give people a sense of what this show really is about.”

Kirkman added that many fans expected Season 2 to center around Mark and Nolan again. Still, he thinks there’s an “opportunity to show them that Invincible is a big story, and it covers a lot of ground, and it’s not just Mark and Nolan over and over again.”

Article continues after ad

If you’re a big Nolan fan, be excited for season two, but there are so many other stories in Mark’s world, and Angstrom Levy is a big signifier of that.”

The showrunner also expressed happiness with Sterling K. Brown’s performance as Levy. Also, the character has “a solid core of understanding that makes him as sympathetic and relatable as he is dangerous and terrifying.”

You can find out more about Invincible Season 2 here. Check out our other superhero movie and TV hubs below:

Article continues after ad

The Batman Part II | Joker 2 | Harley Quinn Season 4 | Deadpool 3 | Fantastic Four | Avengers: The Kang Dynasty | Avengers: Secret Wars | Marvel Zombies | The Marvels | Venom 3 | Daredevil: Born Again | Captain America 4 | Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse | Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 4 

Related Topics

About The Author

Kayla is a TV and Movies Writer at Dexerto. She's huge fan of Marvel (especially if Wanda Maximoff is involved), shows that make you laugh then cry, and any cooking show found on the Food Network. Before Dexerto, she wrote for Mashable, BuzzFeed, and The Mary Sue. You can contact her at