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Robert Kirkman’s ‘Invincible’ Animated Series For Amazon Adds A Huge Pile Of ‘Walking Dead’ Voice Cast

by Dave Elliott

Robert Kirkman’s ‘Invincible’ Animated Series For Amazon Adds A Huge Pile Of ‘Walking Dead’ Voice Cast

A large selection of ‘The Walking Dead’ cast are reuniting for a new project from TWD creator Robert Kirkman, as he announces the voice cast for Invincible, an animated series based on his comic book, coming to Amazon Prime.

‘Invincible’ follows the story of Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), a regular teenager whose father just so happens to be the most powerful superhero in the world, Omni-Man (J. K. Simmon). Shortly after his 17th birthday, Mark begins to develop powers of his own and enters into his father’s tutelage, only to discover that Omni-Man’s legacy may not be as heroic as it seems…

Joining former TWD castmate Yeun (we’re still not over Glenn!), are fellow TWD stars Khary Payton, who voices Black Samson, Lauren Cohan who voices War Woman, Sonequa Martin-Green portrays Green Ghost, Chad Coleman plays Martian Man, Michael Cudlitz voices Red Rush, Lennie James will play Darkwing, and brilliant voice actor and mimic Ross Marquand will voice both The Immortal and Aquarius. They are all members of Guardians of the Globe, the world’s premiere superhero team.

The cast is not only ‘Walking Dead’ people, as they are joined by Zazie Beetz (Domino in ‘Deadpool 2’) as Amber Bennett, the girlfriend of Mark Grayson/Invincible (Yeun); Andrew Rannells (‘Girls’) who plays Mark’s best friend William Clockwell; Walton Goggins (‘Justified’) voices government liaison Cecil Stedman; The legendary Mark Hamill (‘Star Wars’) portrays superhero tailor Art; Gillian Jacobs (‘Community’) plays superhero Atom Eve; Jason Mantzoukas (‘Big Mouth’) voices Rex Splode; And lastly, Seth Rogen (‘The Lion King’) voices Allen the Alien.

Simon Racioppa (‘The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance’) is showrunner and exec produces the series alongside Kirkman, David Alpert and Catherine Winder, with supervising directors Justin & Chris Copeland (‘Avengers Assemble’, ‘Ultimate Spider-Man’). Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment produces the show alongside Point Grey Pictures.

Invincible‘ Season 1 does not yet have a premiere date, but is expected to land on Amazon Prime Video later this year, and will consist of eight episodes. We’ll let you know when we hear more.

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