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How to watch the new animated series Invincible online from anywhere

Amazon Studios is bringing Robert Kirkman's popular comic book series Invincible to Prime Video in a new animated series for adults and we have all the details on how you can stream it online.

While Kirkman may be best known for his work on the comic book series that inspired AMC's The Walking Dead, he is also the sole writer of Invincible which features art from Cory Walker and Ryan Ottley. Invincible's titular character made his first appearance in the Image Comics series Savage Dragon in 2002 before getting his own self-titled regular series a year later. The Invincible comic book series concluded in February of 2018 after a 15-year run, making it Kirkman's second-longest-running series after The Walking Dead.

Invincible tells the story of 17-year-old Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun) who lives a normal teenage life except for the fact that his father, Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons) is the most powerful superhero on the planet. At the start of the series, Mark hasn't yet received his own powers and he has a hard time living in his famous father's shadow. However, that all changes when Mark develops powers of his own and discovers that his father's legacy may not be as heroic as it seems.

Unlike other animated superhero shows, Invincible is intended for adults and each episode will have a runtime of one hour. In addition to Steven Yeun and J.K. Simmons, the series will also star a number of other famous celebrities including Sandra Oh, Seth Rogan, Gillian Jacobs, Mark Hamill, and more.

Whether you're a big fan of the comics or Robert Kirkman's work on The Walking Dead, we'll show you how to watch the new animated series Invincible from anywhere in the world.

Invincible: When and where?

Robert Kirkman's animated series Invincible will premiere on Friday, March 26 on Amazon Prime Video. While the first three hour-long episodes of the show will be available to stream at once, new episodes will air weekly up until the season finale on April 30.

Watch Invincible from anywhere

We have all the details on how you can watch Invincible in the U.S., Canada, UK and Australia further down in this guide. However, if you want to watch the new animated superhero series when you're away from home, then you'll run into problems as your domestic coverage online from abroad will likely be geo-blocked.

That's where a VPN (Virtual Private Network) can really come in handy. They allow you to virtually change the IP address of your laptop, tablet or mobile to one that's back in your home country which will let you watch as if you were back there.

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How to watch Invincible in the U.S.

If you live in the U.S. and already have an Amazon Prime subscription, you'll be able to watch the first three episodes of Invincible when the animated series premieres on Friday, March 26 and new episodes of the show will be made available weekly.

If you're not an Amazon Prime member yet though, the service costs either $119 for the year or $12.99 per month. In addition to being able to watch Invincible, you can also watch Prime's other Amazon Originals including The Boys, Utopia, Homecoming, Tales from the Loop, Good Omens, The Man in the High Castle, and more. You'll also get access to Prime Music, free two-day shipping on eligible items and more. Amazon currently offers a 30-day free trial so you can test out Prime Video for yourself to watch Invincible.

Amazon Prime Video

Invincible is now streaming exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. If you've never tired out the service, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial.

Free trial at Amazon

Watch Invincible in Canada, the UK, and Australia

As Invincible is an Amazon Original Series, the show will be available to watch in Canada, the UK, Australia and any other country where Prime Video is available when it premieres on Friday, March 26.

While the service offers the same content with slight variations depending on country, the pricing does change somewhat from region to region. Amazon Prime costs £7.99 per month or £79 for the year in the UK, C$7.99 per month or C$79 for the year in Canada, and AU$6.99 per month or AU$69 for the year in Australia.

Amazon Prime Video

Since Invincible is a new Amazon Prime Video original series, it is available at the same time in every region where the service is available. Sign up now if you haven't already.

Free trial at Amazon

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