The story from issues 103-108 of Image Comics' Invincible are collected as Invincible Volume 19: The War At Home TP. This volume is about troubled relationships more than about alien/subterranean invasions and people being trapped in alternate dimensions with cannibal versions of themselves and the return of unstoppable nemesises (or nemeses (or whatever)) who are literally too clever for their own good; though all that is in there too, along with Battle Beast getting a girl-friend, Rex Robot slowly losing his, and Nemesis's parents finding out about Eve being pregnant - "You told Cecil and not me?"
This is an excellent new volume of one of the most consistently entertaining superhero series currently being published. If Stan Lee were 50 years younger, this is the sort of thing he'd be writing nowadays. It helps if you have read the previous volumes in order to appreciate the sub-plots and references and character development though.
When it comes to Robert Kirkmans Invincible it never stops being entertaining and this volume All out war keeps up the thrills and surprises off what we have come to love about invincible. Volume 19 sees the return off my favourite villian Armstrong Levi heading to the Greyson house hold and straight for a pregnant Atom Eve aka Samantha. We see what has happend to the other invincibles from the other dimensions stranded way back in volume 12. We also see Robot and monster girl, trying to rekindle their relationship. Nolan trying to Vultrum king and an arm wrestle with his son. More great twist and turn through the story and looking forward to volume 20. Enjoy the art, story and one of the best hero comics put there Invincible
Not having read Volume 18, I've discovered that Mark is back to normal while Eve isn't allowed to use her powers – and they're engaged! I've learnt that Nolan has gained power over the Viltrumites. There's plenty of character development – and action! Angstrom Levy returns as well. We also have storylines featuring Battlebeast, Doctor Seismic and Robot.
Wow however – this is an engaging and exciting volume, full of plot and action. Well recommended.