Inhuman #1

    Inhuman » Inhuman #1 - Part 1: Genesis released by Marvel on June 2014.

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    Part 1: Genesis last edited by brook78 on 07/19/18 09:28AM View full history

    The newest super heroes of the Marvel Universe are born! A cloud of Terrigen mist is moving around the world turning regular people into Inhumans with amazing powers. But not everyone thinks this is a good thing. Discover the secret history of the Marvel Universe and get in at the ground floor of the next big Marvel franchise!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverJoe Madureira & Marte Gracia1
    VarVariant CoverJ. Scott Campbell2
    VarVariant CoverHumberto Ramos3
    VarVariant CoverMilo Manara4
    VarVariant Design CoverJoe Madureira5
    VarBlank Variant CoverNone6

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    4.3 stars

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    Inhuman #1: A low-key but solid opening issue. 0

    After a three-month delay and a change in writer, Marvel’s next epic Inhuman has finally landed on shelves. It promises to be a game-changer in the Marvel Universe, but how does it live up to the hype? As first issues go, it’s a little… slow. Charles Soule kicks things off with a relatively low-key starter that could’ve benefited from a bit more variety.The book mainly focuses on the Inhuman Queen Medusa (who is gorgeously illustrated by Joe Mad), and two major aspects -...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Oh, the Inhumanity!!! 0

    Inhuman issue #1 is a new story following new characters spun out of the Infinity miniseries. I have not read much of what came before Infinity with regards to all things Inhumans and I was given quite a crash course in their history within the pages of Infinity. I really liked what I had read with regards to Infinity and all its ancillary titles. Charles Soule is really writing basically EVERYTHING these days, he is LITERALLY everywhere and I think he may have been rushed into writing this issu...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    A Slow Start 0

    Inhuman certainly doesn't blast out of the doors head first, taking a very calm and leisurely beginning by educating us more about the characters when we will be following. And, while this is important, as almost everyone here is new, it certainly doesn't sell me on the series entirely. Still, this is a pretty good starting point that has me interested at least.The story is what is to be expected; people are becoming inhumans, and the world is still reacting to it. We get to see a few figures ri...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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