Invincible Season 2 Cast: Meet the New and Returning Voice Actors

From old favorites like Omni-Man to new faces like Angstrom Levy, the Invincible season 2 cast is a lot to keep track of.

The second season of Invincible has been lengthy. Fans have been demanding more superhero action since father-son team Nolan and Mark Grayson signed off in an early 2021 symphony of gory mayhem. The moment is finally here, as the first episode of Invincible season 2 will debut on Prime Video on November 3.

Even though Invincible and Omni-Man inevitably garner the most attention for this excellent Amazon series, don’t forget about the rest of the large ensemble of characters that comprise the universe established by show creator and comic book writer Robert Kirkman. Like every good superhero story worth its salt, Invincible features a wide cast of interesting characters, including aliens, citizens, heroes, and villains.

Because of how deep the bench is, it might be challenging to keep track of everyone. In light of that, here is a useful recap of the Invincible cast, which includes some new characters for season 2 as well as some familiar faces from season 1.

Invincible Season 2

Steven Yeun is Mark Grayson, a.k.a. Invincible

Mark Grayson must now pick up the pieces of the life he previously knew after coming dangerously close to death at the hands of his own father. He has disowned his Viltrumite ancestry, which would have allowed him to rule Earth until it merged with the Viltrum Empire, according to his father, Omni Man. Rather, he has made the decision to follow in his father’s footsteps and utilize his abilities to save lives as the superhero Invincible. Steven Yeun, who has contributed voice acting to several animated TV series like Tuca & Bertie and Final Space, voices Mark. However, Yeun’s most well-known parts are from The Walking Dead, Nope, Minari, and Beef.

Invincible Season 2

Sandra Oh is Debbie Grayson

Like her son Mark, Debbie Grayson’s world was turned upside down after discovering that her husband Nolan not only killed the Guardians of the Globe but was also planning to take over Earth. The love she thought they had for each other was shattered upon learning his true feelings for her, and she and Mark have a lot to work through together as they try to move past this shocking revelation. Debbie is voiced by Sandra Oh, who has previously voiced characters in She-Ra and the Princesses of PowerTurning Red, and Raya and the Last Dragon. Oh in most known for playing Dr. Christina Yang in Grey’s Anatomy and Eve Polastri in Killing Eve.

J.K. Simmons is Nolan Grayson, a.k.a. Omni Man

Omni Man, who was formerly regarded as one of Earth’s most formidable guardians, told his son and the rest of the world that his real mission on Earth was to seize it for Viltrum, his homeworld. Omni Man departed the earth after destroying Chicago and almost murdering his own son, Mark. It’s unclear where he went, but he probably won’t be alone when he gets back. This ferocious and fearsome Viltrumite is portrayed by J.K. Simmons. The actor is most recognized for his work in Whiplash and for his portrayal of J. Jonah Jameson in the animated shows Ultimate Spider-Man and Avengers Assemble, among other Marvel productions.

Zazie Beetz is Amber Bennett

Eve, William, and Mark are friends with Amber Bennett, who is their classmate. She dated Mark for the whole first season, but they broke up for a short while because he continued to mislead her about living a second life as Invincible. After Mark recovered from almost being killed by his own father, they reconnected, and now they appear more ready to move on with a more sincere foundation. Amber may not possess superpowers, but she is observant and intelligent; she discovered Mark’s secret before he revealed it to her. Zazie Beetz, who you may know from her live-action parts in Atlanta, Joker, Deadpool 2, and Black Mirror season 6, voices Amber. Additionally, Beetz provided the voice of characters in the anime series Big

Gillian Jacobs is Samantha Eve Wilkins a.k.a. Atom Eve

Samatha Eve Wilkins is a teenage superhero with the capacity to control energy and matter. She was once a member of the Teen Team and was even considered for a position on the Guardians of the Globe roster. However, following her boyfriend and teammate Rex Splode’s infidelity with Dupli-Kate, she made the decision to go it alone and use her powers for more overtly altruistic purposes, such as repopulating destroyed forests and promoting agricultural growth worldwide. Eve went to school with Mark, William, and Amber in the past, but she left school early to pursue her dreams and move out of her parents’ home. Gillian Jacobs, who is mainly recognized for portraying

Walton Goggins is Cecil Stedman

The director of the Global Defense Agency, a covert government organization led by Cecil Stedman, is in charge of organizing how superheroes respond to major world emergencies and using cutting-edge technology to help them recover—and occasionally even resuscitate—after especially bloody battles. In case Omni Man turns on the globe, Cecil has been preparing to defeat him, but the first season finale showed that even the most advanced technology on Earth cannot stand up to his strength. Although Omni Man has left Earth for the time being, Cecil believes that by keeping Mark close to the agency and himself, they will offer Earth a fighting chance in the event that he or other Viltrumites return. Cecil, who you might know from Tomb Raider and Ant-Man and the Wasp, is voiced by Walton Goggins.

Jason Mantzoukas is Rex Splode

Rex Splode is a new member of the Guardians of the Globe roster, having previously been a member of the Teen Team. He has the ability to produce explosive energy that can transform commonplace items into potent weapons. Rex can be naive and foolish at times, but he appears to have matured since Omni Man’s treachery and is starting to accept working in a group. The actor Jason Mantzoukas plays Rex. He is well-known for his voice-acting work in character Trek: Prodigy, Big Mouth, Human Resources, and Close Enough. He has also appeared in comedy as a guest character on The Good Place, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Parks and Recreation.

Khary Payton is Black Samson

In the early years of the Guardians of the Globe, Black Samson was one of their members; however, he quit after losing his abilities. He re-joins the newly established squad following the deaths of his previous companions, putting on a super suit to make up for his lack of abilities. However, his powers suddenly resurface and aid in his recovery after he almost perishes in a battle with the Battle Beast. Khary Payton, a former cast member of The Walking Dead, voices Samson. He has previously portrayed Cyborg, a number of characters in Teen Titans Go!, and Sovereign Uriel Tal’Dorei in The Legend of Vox Machina.

Melise is Kate Cha, a.k.a. Dupli-Kate

Kate Cha, like Eve and Rex, was formerly a part of the Teen Team and is currently a Guardian of the Globe. She can telepathically communicate with several versions of herself that she can generate through self-replication. Kate’s voice actor, Melise, also known as Malese Jow, is probably well-known to you if you’ve watched any adolescent TV in the 2010s. She starred in shows including The Shannara Chronicles, The Flash, Star-Crossed, The Vampire Diaries, and Sweet/Vicious.

Zachary Quinto is Robot

Robot, the previous lead of the Teen Team and the Guardians of the Globe, is voiced by Zachary Quinto. In Season 1, it was discovered that Robot was actually simply Rudy Connors’s drone. Rudy is a very clever man with a terrible condition that causes his lungs to become sensitive to air. Quinto contributes his skills to the voice of the robots that Rudy commands, even if the teen clone he makes for himself is portrayed by a different actor. In addition to his performances on American Horror Story and Heroes, Zachary Quinto is most known for his portrayal of Spock in the Kelvin timeline Star Trek films. He has also provided the voice of Big Mouth in the animated series and The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder.

Grey Griffin is Amanda a.k.a. Monster Girl and Shrinking Rae

With almost 700 credits, Grey Griffin (also called Grey DeLisle) is a well-known voice actor. Her voice has been heard in a number of animated Scooby Doo ventures since 2001, including The Simpsons, The Owl House, The Legend of Vox Machina, and the video game Batman: Arkham City. However, most people would recognize her as Daphne Blake from these projects. Griffin provides the voices of Shrinking Rae and Amanda, also known as Monster Girl, two of the new Guardians of the Globe in the film Invincible. Griffin narrates Monster Girl only in her human form, which becomes increasingly youthful as she harnesses her abilities to change into a formidable monster. Rae can shrink herself, but that is the only way she can alter her size.

Ross Marquand is Rudolph “Rudy” Connors and The Immortal

Another actor doing multiple voices in Invincible is Ross Marquand. He was in The Walking Dead before, and he voiced Ultron in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and What If?, as well as Red Skull in Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, and What If? Marquand provides the voice of The Immortal and Rudolph “Rudy” Connors’ teenage clone in the film Invincible. Rudy Connors is an adolescent clone of an intelligent entity who was formerly able to manage Robot remotely, as was previously revealed. He wants to help Amanda overcome her degenerative illness since he cares about her. He wanted her to feel comfortable, which is why he picked this young shape.

Before Omni Man murdered the Immortal, he was a part of the Guardians of the Globe. Subsequently, the Mauler Twins brought him back to life, but Omni Man murdered him again shortly after. He won’t likely be dead for very long now that the Global Defense Agency is aware that he can be revived, as Cecil gets ready for Omni Man’s most probable imminent return.

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