The fate of Inhumans and their city on the Moon is finally settled, as one more revelation changes everything.
A family reunion and power struggle both emerge in Attilan this week. Maximus is determined to keep the crown and become an Inhuman through genetic tweaking. Someone else thinks it can also revive Gorgon.
It looks like the Inhumans are going home. First, they have to find Crystal, who’s having problems with a jealous ex-girlfriend. Maximus turns to a familiar face to firm up his power, and a battle ends in tragedy.
This week’s episode gives the Inhumans a chance to reconsider their beliefs, especially towards humans, but it’s marred by some contrived scenes and a bad cliffhanger.
That doctor who helped Black Bolt and Sammy escape prison last week reveals he wants to study their DNA. Also, Louise and Medusa try to understand each other while looking for Black Bolt.
Someone on Earth is interested in the Inhumans.
Should ABC’s IMAX gamble get positive buzz from viewers?
The Marvel’s Inhumans press room at San Diego Comic-Con was a buzz with excitement about this new venture into the Marvel universe.
Marvel gave fans at Comic-Con an extended preview of Inhumans this week at Comic-Con, including a special look inside a pop-up Imax theater near the Convention Center.
For the first time, Marvel TV will have three shows on two major networks in the fall. Their success may determine if super hero shows can be a staple in prime time.