Another issue of Invincible in which the title character doesn’t do anything at all (he says two words and kicks a coffee table) but it doesn’t hurt the story at all, this book has so many interesting supporting characters that Mark is not too big a loss, and of course, it will make his inevitable return all the sweeter. Even Mark’s replacement, Bulletproof doesn’t do much this issue, as the focus is on Robot and Monster Girl, both in the past and present. In the Flaxan dimension, Kirkman continues to have fun with the vagaries of interdimensional time differences, but he also wisely keeps the focus on the personal, as Robot and Monster Girl fall in love. And then in the present, back on Earth, we see Robot confess that he’s still in love with her, and then… a shocking reveal! The head Flaxan invader is their son! Huh? Wah? I’m sure we’ll see this explained in #95, and I bet it’s a doozy. Not long now until the big 100th issue, shit is getting crazy.