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Disney Plus doesn't completely dominate the Marvel movies back catalog just yet. You can stream the original (and still arguably best) Avengers movie on Amazon Prime, too, and it's just as colorful. Go to to see the video catalog in United States. Marvel Studios' Iron Man. 7.9 2 h 5 min 2008 X-Ray PG-13. After surviving an unexpected attack in enemy.

Invincible is a word that gets tossed around a lot with superheroes, but there’s almost always a catch. The Man of Steel has his kryptonite, Tony Stark’s Iron Man suit is near indestructible but his heart is not, and Deadpool’s jokes are certainly far from bulletproof.

In Amazon Prime’s new animated superhero show “Invincible,” the adjective is adopted as a moniker by Mark Grayson (voiced by Steven Yeun of 'Minari'), as his powers begin to bloom in high school. The son of also-invincible superhero Omni-Man, Grayson has no physical weakness, except for the age-old trope of an inability to show up on time for dates with his girlfriend. When the world’s marquee team of heroes known as the Guardians of the Globe are mysteriously murdered, Invincible is forced to tackle enemies beyond his pay grade, while a new team of Guardians grapples with internal squabbles and the question of who killed their predecessors.

“Invincible” definitely has more blood, sex and cursing than your average neighborhood Spider-Man. It’s essentially an animated cousin of Amazon’s satire “The Boys,” but still far classier than gross-out adult cartoons like “Big Mouth” or “Hoops.” This show is more akin to a grown-up version of the original “X-Men” animated series from the '90s. It’s created for adults, but still has a child-like streak that’s been missing in comic franchises that have transformed into glossy cinematic universes.

As superheroes have taken over entertainment in the past decade, it’s almost impossible not to know the starting line-up of the Justice League. Although some true believers might know Rex Splode and Doc Seismic, most people won't, because “Invincible” is based on characters created by Image Comics, the third-largest publisher behind Marvel and DC. The company was founded by a rogue’s gallery of former Marvel comic artists, the most well-known name being Todd McFarlane, who worked on “The Amazing Spider-Man” and “Spawn.”

So if you’re not an Image reader, you are in for a surprise just about every five minutes. Although the show does explore the back stories of a few characters, what makes “Invincible” so enjoyable to watch is that it has mastered the art of showing-not-telling. Battles are typically massive Royal Rumble-style affairs where dozens of heroes take turns flexing their powers. You don’t need to know their weaknesses or catchphrases, just that a litigation-worthy resemblance to the Hulk just crushed a Martian, then morphed into an adolescent girl named … Monster Girl. Sometimes you just want to watch a machine-headed villain (named Machine Head) run a criminal empire by predicting the future, with no backstory required.

And it’s even more fun to watch thanks to the voice talent, which includes a long list of celebs like Sandra Oh, J.K. Simmons, Mark Hamill, Mahershala Ali, Jon Hamm, Seth Rogen and Reginald VelJohnson.

Every episode ends with a surprise reveal or role reversal of hero to villain, so forgive the light plot details. But “Invincible” is basically everything I’ve been wanting from a superhero story recently. Marvel may be virtuosic at bending every genre to the will of their intellectual property, but it’s at the expense of the playfulness that their empire was built upon.

“Invincible” brings me back to the feeling of seeing the Horsemen of Apocalypse stroll into the “X-Men” animated series for the first time and wonder what powers they have under their belts, a sense of delight at learning the boundlessness and boundaries of costumed heroes, even if they do turn out to be invincible.

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In case you haven’t yet seen Captain Marvel since it premiered in March, the Marvel Cinematic Universe film is among dozens of movie and series options coming to Amazon Prime Video in June.

Older movies like 2009’s Law Abiding Citizen, the thriller starring Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx, are also hitting the platform, in addition to all five Rocky films, from the 1976 original to the fifth film released in 1990. Movie genres range from romantic comedies like 2011’s No Strings Attached starring Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher to dramas like the Oscar-nominated Western film, True Grit, which earned Hailee Steinfeld a Best Supporting Actress nomination in 2011.

With five new original seasons and two original movies, you may also discover a new favorite.

Here’s everything new to Amazon Prime Video in June 2019, including original series and movies.

Here are the new Amazon Prime original series in June 2019

Available June 4

Creative Galaxy: Season 3

Available June 14

Absentia: Season 2

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Available June 21

Documental: Season 3

Final Life: Season 1

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Tokyo Alice: Season 1

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Available June 4

Chasing Happiness

Available June 17


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Available June 17

Suits: Season 8

Available June 30

Wiseguy: Season 1-8

Here are the movies new on Amazon Prime in June 2019

Available June 3

District 9

Jackass 3D

Available June 7

Home Again

Available June 13

No Strings Attached

Available June 14


Law Abiding Citizen

Available June 24

Juliet, Naked

Available June 28

The Spy Who Dumped Me

Available June 29


True Grit

Available June 30

14 Women

A Texas Funeral


AIR: The Musical

Airplane II: The Sequel


All American Zombie Drugs

An American Werewolf in London

Apocalypse Kiss



Attack of the Herbals

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

Ball in the House

Bank Roll


Battle of the Bone

Big Money Hustlas

Bigfoot Wars

Blind Heat

Blood Moon Rising

Blood of the Samurai

Blood Reaper


Blue Dream



Carne the Taco Maker

Clean Guys of Comedy


Curse of the Zodiac

Dai wu ke

Desperately Seeking Susan

Destination Vegas


Ding tian li di

Dirt Merchant

Dirty Pictures

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Dragon Blade


Endless Love

Exit to Hell


Frankenstein Reborn

Frozen Kiss


Ghost Bride

G-Men from Hell

Good Luck Chuck


Hard Candy

Hazard Jack

Into the Blue

Into the Fire

Investigating Sex

Jack in the Box


Jingles the Clown

Killing Ariel

La casa sfuggita

Lao shu la gui

Lawless: Dead Evidence

Lazarus: Apocalypse

Legend of the Sandsquatch

Little Red Devil

Lovin’ Molly


Man About Town

Mansion of Blood

Meeting Spencer


Minority Report

Mission: Impossible III

Model Behavior


Moscow Heat

Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont

Neshika Bametzach

New Order

Night Train

Open Water

Open Water 2: Adrift

På fremmed mark

Phil the Alien

Pledge of Allegiance



Prey for the Beast

Private Lessons


Red Is the Color of



Rocky II

Rocky III

Rocky IV

Rocky V

Romeo and Juliet

Rules of Engagement

Running Scared

Rush Hour

Rush Hour 3

Sample People

Shanghai Surprise

Silent Youth

Silo Killer 2: The Wrath of Kyle

Sleepy Hollow

Slip & Fall

Smoke n Lightnin

Sounds of the Underground



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Species III

Species: The Awakening


Stranger Than Fiction

Streets of Rage


Sugar Boxx

Sunshine Cleaning

Sweet Angel Mine

Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby

The 28th Day: The Wrath of Steph

The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call – New Orleans

The Californians

The First Wives Club

The Last Samurai

The Little Kidnappers

The Rules of Attraction

The Silence of the Lambs

The Sum of All Fears

The Telling

The Women of Brewster Place

The Wraith

This Revolution

Throwing Stars


Vampire Boys

Vampire Boys 2: The New Brood

Viking Quest

When Justice Fails

Where Truth Lies

Xuan feng shi ba qi

Yong zheng ming zhang Shao Lin men

Zateryannyy v Sibiri

Zombadings 1: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington



Here are the movies you can rent or buy from Amazon Prime in June 2019

Available June 4

Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral

Available June 18

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Hotel Mumbai

Gloria Bell

Available June 25


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Wonder Park

No Manches Frida 2

The Hummingbird Project

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