Invincible creator and writer Robert Kirkman is “stunned” with fan reactions to the series on Amazon Prime, and particularly enjoys his popular meme.
Invincible creator Robert Kirkman couldn’t be happier with the way fans have responded to the series on Amazon Prime, especially with the “Think Mark, Think” meme that has become quite popular.
Speaking on his own Comic-Con @ home panel For the second time, Kirkman took a moment to thank everyone involved in the project and who responded so positively to the series. “This has been the year of InvincibleKirkman said, yelling at his co-creator Cory Walker and artist Ryan Ottley. ” I couldn’t be more stunned with the response to this show … it is having absolute success. “
Kirkman added that the studio “couldn’t be happier” with the success of the show and the addition of new audience segments to the Amazon Prime Video platform. The creator also noted that he loves to see everything that people have posted online regarding the series, particularly the “Think, Mark, Think” meme.
“This is freaking out. I mean, all the things on the internet that I’m seeing, the ‘Think Mark, Think’ meme is great.” Viewers then get a glimpse of various iterations of the meme for different franchises, such as Demonic resident, Dragon Ball Y Star Wars. Even DC Comics nodded in agreement with the Reverse Flash speaking to the Flash of Barry Allen in what appears to be a re-enactment of Flash point.
Kirkman also said that not only is the show doing well, but sales of the original comics are “going crazy” after its release. He also took a moment to explain upcoming merchandise for the series, from action figures to t-shirts and more.
While Kirkman said he would not make any major announcements about the series to fans during the panel, he promised that more will come in the near future. “There are all kinds of interesting things on the horizon that we will talk about very soon. I am not going to provoke anything because it would be rude.” However, he said “everyone should be very excited” for what is to come.
Invincible stars Steven Yeun as the protagonist of the series, along with characters like JK Simmons, Sandra Oh, Seth Rogen, Mark Hamill and many more talents. Kirkman is an executive producer on the Skybound-produced series, and the entire series is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video. The series has received the green light for two more seasons in the future.
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