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Inhumans Shows Off New Footage That Raises the Verdict From ‘Bad’ to ‘Meh’

ABC’s newest Marvel show took to the stage at San Diego Comic-Con late in the day Thursday night. The panel ended with a new, extended trailer that has a bit more action and effects, and happily, makes the TV miniseries look a bit less terrible—and finally includes a look at Medusa’s wig—er, hair in action. We have the trailer, and a full report on everything else we saw. Read More >>

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All the Glimpses Into the World of Attilan (and Beyond) We Saw in the Inhumans Trailer

Our first proper look at the Inhumans TV show is here, and while the trailer is... rough, it does give us our first good look at some of the extra characters and wider Inhuman society we can expect to see in Marvel’s latest TV show. Here’s all the hints we spotted! Read More >>

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The First Inhumans Trailer is Here and It Looks…Terrible

From the moment that Marvel decided to scrap its plans for an Inhumans movie in favor of an ABC television series, I was concerned. Those concerns intensified when I saw the first official picture of the Inhuman royal family and Medusa’s questionable wig. Now that the first Inhumans trailer has dropped, I can confidently say that the show looks like it’s going to be a mess. Read More >>

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Who Needs a New Inhumans TV Series When We’ve Got This Funky Inhumans Cartoon From the ’70s?

Later this year, the Inhuman royal family will make its debut in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe in a new series about how they... crash land in Hawaii and struggle to blend in, or something. You can wait to watch that or you can watch this fantastic vintage cartoon about Queen Medusa instead. Read More >>

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Everything You Need to Know About the Inhumans, Marvel’s Latest TV Stars

So we finally have our first look at the Inhumans, the stars of Marvel and ABC’s new limited TV series that finally brings Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s outlandish superteam to live-action after years of groundwork being laid by Agents of SHIELD. Don’t know your Terrigenesis from your Tritons? We’re here to help. Read More >>

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The First Inhumans Teaser Hints at the Epic War Brewing Inside the Royal Family

There are scant few plot details describing just what sort of adventure Marvel’s Inhumans will get into in their upcoming live-action series. But this first trailer for the Inhumans—voiceover only, alas—suggests that Maximus won’t be hiding his disdain for his brother, and king, Black Bolt’s approach to politics. Read More >>

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The Royal Family Unites in the First Look at Marvel’s Inhumans TV Show

We’ve seen the casting news, we’ve seen the set pictures—we’ve even seen the poster. But now it’s time to get our first look at the stars of Marvel’s long-in-the-works adaptation of Inhumans. And... well, you can see for yourself. Read More >>

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Game of Thrones’ Biggest Asshole Is the First Star of Marvel’s Inhumans

Marvel’s next foray into TV, Inhumans, has just cast its first star. It’s Iwan Rheon, who most people know as the deplorable Ramsay Bolton from Game of Thrones. He’s playing Maximus, brother to the king and a major thorn in the side of Black Bolt. Read More >>

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Marvel’s Inhumans are Coming to TV, Not Film

Well this is a bit of surprising (but not totally unexpected) news. Instead of the big-screen debut that was announced a couple of years back, Marvel's Inhumans are coming to television screens next September. Read More >>

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The Inhumans and X-Men Are Finally Going to War

Ever since Marvel’s “All-New, All-Different” universe began, tensions between the Inhumans and Mutants of the Marvelverse have been high. Scott Summers supposedly died doing something to majorly tick the Inhumans off. Terrigen mists are sterilising and poisoning mutants. And now, those tensions are boiling over. Read More >>

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Marvel’s Inhumans Movie No Longer Has a Release Date

It seems that the Inhumans movie—now part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe via Agents of SHIELD—is not moving forward as planned. The film, announced in late 2014, had a target release of July 12th, 2019. But earlier this month, Marvel president Kevin Feige said he expected that to change. Now, it’s confirmed: Read More >>