Invincible Season 1 Episode 4 Recap: In the fourth episode of Invincible, excavators find a tomb. Ka-Hor, an ancient spirit, is brought back to life by moving the heavy metal tablet in front of the door. A man then goes inside and resurrects the ancient spirit.
It doesn’t stop there. Nolan and Mark keep working out by flying around the world until they get to Mount Everest. Nolan tells us why he came to Earth and gives us an important lesson about sacrifice. It doesn’t take long for the two to get home, though. Mark gets ready for a date with Amber.
Debbie starts to think that her husband isn’t being honest with her. Omni-casual Man’s attitude toward his neighbor, Olga, and how she’s selling her house only makes Olga more suspicious. Debbie even looks up Damien Darkblood on the internet to see if his words have any weight, so she can believe them.
He’s not a fool, though, and knows what’s going on. As soon as the demon showed up at their house, he went to visit Damien and threatened him.
When Cecil shows up at home and gives Omni-Man a new assignment, Nolan is a little on edge. So, why don’t you go with them? Because Earth needs to win right now. Finally, Mark decides to help and goes to get ready.
With Mark going on a trip to Mars, Nolan and Debbie go on a romantic trip to Italy while Mark is away. There, Nolan gets Debbie to trust him, but he does so while a dragon tears up the roof of a building. This is how it works:
To watch them set up their equipment from afar, Mark looks at them on Mars. He also nods off. When he wakes up, he finds that the astronauts have been dragged away by someone or something.
This eventually leads Mark to the Martians and, in particular, the Martians Emperor. Because the parasitic squid there could be bad for humanity, the humans are sentenced to death.
Mark grabs the astronauts and tries to get back to the ship as quickly as he can. In the meantime, a burst of green laser beams whizzes around the two of them.
Awful, but one of these astronauts seems to be infected. Right now, it’s been put on hold for another episode. As soon as Mark and the astronauts get back to Earth, they can breathe a sigh of relief and start living their lives again.
Cecil sent Damien Darkblood back to Hell, which is a bad thing. Damien’s growl is heard in Nolan’s closet. Robot and Rex arrive at an embryo that looks like it’s growing in the last episode. The robot has Rex’s blood on him.
The Review of the Episode
Invincible is back this week, but this time it’s a little slower. Mark has a mission that allows him to grow as a superhero and as a person. These moments help us get used to his abilities and also set him up as our hero for the rest of the season.
Damien Darkblood, on the other hand, seems to be the person who can solve this case and find out who Omni-Man is, but the investigation back home is still going on.
In Robot, there’s also a lot of room for surprise. He could be one of the big bad villains this season. It looks like this animated series is going to be a lot of fun, even though I haven’t read the comic books.