Invisible Kingdom, Vol. 2
The explosive aftermath of their shocking discovery has pushed captain Grix and acolyte Vess to the furthest reaches of their solar system.Once unknowing pawns of the most ubiquitous religion and pervasive mega-corporation, the now-renegade team is alone after revealing to the world that these "enemy" groups are in cahoots--but not for long. And when their crew encounters a group of ruthless spacefaring privateers, they might not be safe for long either.Volume two of the sweeping sci-fi saga is beautifully crafted by Hugo Award winner G. Willow Wilson (Wonder Woman, Ms. Marvel, acclaimed novelist of The Bird King and Alif the Unseen), and realized through the bold and singular art of Eisner winner Christian Ward (Black Bolt).Collect Invisible Kingdom #6-#10.

Invisible Kingdom, Vol. 2 Details

TitleInvisible Kingdom, Vol. 2
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJun 16th, 2020
PublisherBerger Books
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Science Fiction, LGBT, Graphic Novels Comics

Invisible Kingdom, Vol. 2 Review

  • Tori (InToriLex)
    January 1, 1970
    A wonderful continuation of the series. I am disappointed at how slow information is being doled out because I heard there's only going to be 3 volumes. Vess and Grix's story has a lot of layers, and as they continue to face danger, we learn more about this morally corrupt solar system. Definitely worth the read.
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  • Chris Lemmerman
    January 1, 1970
    G. Willow Wilson and Christian Ward's space opera continues into its second arc as our heroes run afoul of a scavenger ship in their effort to blow the lid on the conspiracy that they inadvertently uncovered. But two of them are growing closer, whether they like it or not, and their relationship may put the rest of their companions in even greater danger.Edge Of Everything is an arc full of tension and claustrophobia. While the first arc was all about running as far and as fast as possible, this G. Willow Wilson and Christian Ward's space opera continues into its second arc as our heroes run afoul of a scavenger ship in their effort to blow the lid on the conspiracy that they inadvertently uncovered. But two of them are growing closer, whether they like it or not, and their relationship may put the rest of their companions in even greater danger.Edge Of Everything is an arc full of tension and claustrophobia. While the first arc was all about running as far and as fast as possible, this one puts the brakes on with a slam as the Sundog gets stuck, and it's only tense negotiations that can save everyone. The new characters shake up our heroes in clever ways, and Wilson manages to have philosophical observations weaved in and out of an otherwise fairly straight forward story.Christian Ward's art remains impeccable; while he excels at the insane spacescapes, it's the intimate moments that are truly surprising, as he maneuvers his way around the feelings that the two main characters have for each other. The pained expressions that they have as they come to their mutual realizations are both wonderful and horrible to behold.The most surprising thing about this volume for me was finding out that it's the second of three. There seems like so much more that needs to be said about these characters and their situation, and five more issues doesn't feel like enough real estate to do it. I guess we'll just have to see.
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  • Gabriell Anderson
    January 1, 1970
    Děj dalších pěti sešitů/druhého booku se dějem přesouvá do menších prostor, víc se řeší vztahy mezi postavami a čím dál víc si i hrdinové stěžují na to samé, co já, že vlastně nevím, kam tohle vede. Naštěstí už se to trochu začíná rýsovat a konec slibuje, že by to ještě mohlo být zajímavé. Bohužel to vypadá, že do vydávání trochu skočila virová situace a oznámené další díly jsou zatím stažené. Uvidíme, byla by toho škoda, když už jsem si k tomu konečně našel cestu.
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  • Valéria.
    January 1, 1970
    Ú-žas-né.
  • Katie Florida
    January 1, 1970
    *read issue by issue*The story and artwork continue to weave a unique and beautiful narrative that I'm excited to continue.
  • Shannon
    January 1, 1970
    Individual issue reviews: #6 | #7 | #8 | #9 | #10Total review score: 2 Individual issue reviews: #6 | #7 | #8 | #9 | #10Total review score: 2
  • Alex
    January 1, 1970
    This volume of Invisible Kingdom contains issues #6-10.I really love this series! It is so interesting and the world-building is great. The relationship between Grix and Vess is so great. Apparently the next volume is going to be the end of the series and I am so sad to hear that because this series is so much fun and more people need to read it.
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  • Kellie
    January 1, 1970
    Again, visually stunning! The digital artwork is really what I'm loving about this series! I'm mildly disappointed that the story is being drawn out in another "to be continued..." scenario, but it's still keeping my interest enough to want to read whatever comes next.
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  • RG
    January 1, 1970
    The art takes the cake in this series.
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