Invincible was an Image Comics mainstay for 15 years (2003-18), totaling 144 issues. Coming from Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, Invincible finds new life in an animated series on Amazon Prime. The series has already been renewed for 2 more seasons after the 8-episode first season dropped.
Mark Grayson (Steven Yuen, ex-The Walking Dead) is a high school senior whose father, Nolan, aka Omni-Man (J. K. Simmons), is the most powerful man on the planet. Literally. Kirkman designed Omni-Man and the Guardians of The Globe as his analogues to Superman & the Justice League, but with less than traditional goals in mind. As the series begins, Mark is being bullied, but that will soon change as his powers begin to gestate and emerge.
I wouldn't try to compare this to the current live-action Superman & Lois, which also deals with a super-offspring just getting his powers, as this is far more graphic, violent, and in your face. The show's cast also includes Mark Hamill (of course), Sandra Oh, and another Walking Dead vet in Ross Marquand, plus, Oscar winner Mahershala Ali will be heard from during the season.
Let's check the trailer. Parental discretion is advised.