The TV series Invincible just unleashed two important and deadly villains thanks to a shocking betrayal of a key corner hero Mark Grayson.

WARNING: The following contains spoilers for the first three episodes of Amazon Prime Video’s Invincible, which are streaming now.

In the first three episodes of Invincible, there have been some pretty powerful and deadly villains. At the heart of it all is Omni-Man, someone whose intentions are still murky, but there are also enemies like Flaxan’s army and Doc Seismic who will inevitably retest Mark Grayson (aka Invincible). Unfortunately, the third episode, “Who You Calling Ugly,” only threw two more villains into the mix as they escape the scene thanks to the shocking help of a key hero.

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These tyrants are the Mauler twins, who gave the Globe Guardians a run for their money at the premiere, “It’s About Time,” while attacking the White House. Their super strength, durability, and knack for lethal weapons brought the Immortal and company to the brink, but thanks to the help of Omni-Man, they were brought down in a true demonstration of teamwork.

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Later, while a guard feeds them chicken cakes in jail, a dark figure opens the feeding hole from the control room, allowing one of them to grab the guard, slam him against the door, and use his hand. to scan the gate. This twin goes free, frees the other and they attack the other guards. They grab a gun and return fire, with their “benefactor” closing a door to isolate them, descending a ladder, and opening an escape hatch. Of course, one twin uses the other as a shield against a blaster on the outside, it’s clear that someone wants at least one to go free, knowing that they will make another clone and use their genius to test the Guardians again.

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However, this is where the problem lies. Mark’s father killed the Guardians, so Cecil and the Global Defense Agency need a new team of superheroes. This is why Robot has been selected as the boss and has graduated some members of his Teen Team squad so far.

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Rex Splode and Dupli-Kate rose through the ranks, with Shrinking Ray, Monster Girl, and Black Samson joining. Robot hopes Atom Eve and Invincible will team up as well, but even then, he has too many immature limbs that can’t fit in. It’s all about teamwork, but sadly there are too many egos in the group, so it helps the twins escape.

Fans also see Cecil walk in as Robot turns off the screens. It is unknown if Cecil was on the jailbreak, but when he asks Robot how the new team is doing, he replies, “We have work to do, but I am confident in the progress we have made today.” This shows that Robot is willing to do whatever it takes to unite his team and make them stronger, even by sinister means.

Invincible stars Steven Yeun, JK Simmons, Sandra Oh, Seth Rogen, Gillian Jacobs, Andrew Rannells, Zazie Beetz, Mark Hamill, Walton Goggins, Jason Mantzoukas, Mae Whitman, Chris Diamantopoulos, Melise, Kevin Michael Richardson, Gray Griffin and Max Burkholder . The series is produced by Skybound and is executive produced by Robert Kirkman, Simon Racioppa, David Alpert and Catherine Winder. New episodes air on Fridays on Amazon Prime Video.

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