"Invincible" is back for season two after a two-year wait, and anticipation is high.
The show follows Mark Grayson, a teenager with superpowers, as he navigates high school and discovers his father is a murderous psychopath.
The first season was praised for its story and avoiding hyperviolence for shock value.
Season two expands the scope of the story, heading into outer space and introducing a big alien threat.
Some fans are disappointed that the season is split, with only four episodes airing now and the rest premiering next year.
The animation in season two has vastly improved, with more fluid action scenes and a sharper art style.
The longer episode length of "Invincible" (one hour compared to the standard 22 minutes) requires more work for the animation team.
Splitting a season and delaying its second half is not uncommon in the animation industry, as seen in other shows like "Attack on Titan."
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