Yeah, we called this one. When Image sent out teasers hinting at a #1 relaunch for Invincible in April, we knew they were talking about the 111th issue of the series, not a freaking reboot, and that the teasers were a play on Marvel's near constant flow of #1 relaunch teasers. Because 111 is three 1s. Get it? Well, we were right. From the Skybound website:
STORY: ROBERT KIRKMAN
ART / COVER: RYAN OTTLEY & JOHN RAUCH
THE WALKING DEAD CREATOR ROBERT KIRKMAN WRITES INVINCIBLE!! A new beginning for INVINCIBLE as things take a turn down a dark path. Everything changes as Invincible is betrayed by one of his own. You won’t want to miss this explosive issue #1... 1... 1. It packs the punch of THREE relaunched number one issues! IN ONE BOOK!
Of course, there's only one thing left to say now...
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