fans of saying Robert Kirkman‘s invincible There were high expectations when it came to Amazon Steven Yeun (Mark Grayson / Invincible) and JK Simmons (Nolan Grayson / Omni-Man) – The voice-over animated adaptation will put it mildly. Thankfully, those expectations were not only met, but blown away in ways that audiences are still learning to appreciate. so that invincible It was renewed for a second and third season in April 2021. And then, a year later, Yoon shared a teaser letting people know the recording was underway. But five months later, where do things stand? thank you for the walking dead Star Khary Payton (Marcus Grimshaw/Black Samson), we have an update to pass courtesy of his interview Daniel Merrifield (aka The Movie Dweb).
Running between 48:15 – 54:16, Peyton and Merrifield have great conversations about working with Kirkman, how the voice cast became a mini “The Walking Dead” reunion and more. But with regards to the second season of the animated series, Peyton shared that the recording work was done for the second season and that they had already moved on to the third season. But when it came to the animation side, Peyton explained that more time was needed due to the glut of large studio animation projects that needed to be worked on due to the pandemic. But even though he says it’s still “going to take a while,” Payton made sure people know the cast is taking their time to guarantee the quality of the first season is maintained.
In honor of “Unstoppable Friday” in April of this year, we take a look at Yeun from the recording studio, showing him recording this teaser—the teaser is meant to blink-and-nudge as the recording session goes on. are. Here’s a look at the clip, but don’t watch it too often or you’ll have a “right now!” Let your brain revolve around (trust us on it) for the rest of the day:
Speaking to Collider in support of his film Human Earlier this year, Yoon shared why he’s “really excited” and why he values the strong, positive response from viewers. invincible Adult animation is a harbinger of great things to come:
“Bonkers” Are “Really Excited” For Season 2: “I’ve talked to Robert [Kirkman], Here and there. He is very excited about it. They think season 2 is going to be even better than season 1, which I have no doubts about. If you go over their source material, “Invincible” is an incredible comic, and just thinking about how much story isn’t told from that race, it’s going to be bonkers. I’m really excited about it.”
Yen sees strong backlash to “Invincible” as a sign of big things to come for adult animation: “I’ll be honest, I didn’t expect this level of response. People really enjoyed the show. That doesn’t mean I thought the show wouldn’t be enjoyed. I didn’t know how many people were coming Were it like that. For me, I think it speaks to America’s appetite for adult animation now, which is really cool. I grew up on it. I think we all, our generation and Below that, grew up on it. Broadly speaking, our programming was dictated by generations before us, who didn’t necessarily love animation that way. We’re in a weird, quiet time, where I see It’s been that a lot of kids watch anime and so many people watch adult animation. People are learning Don Hertzfeld. It’s flourishing. I think we’re probably on the verge of recovery before things really come to the fore I think we have some hope [Hayao] Miyazaki level of animation. We do with Pixar, but I just mean come from different places. This is a new world. It’s definitely brand new.”