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Edited by Master_Thief

I feel an infamous vibe from this book

Edited by Hawkguy

Why don't trailers like this play before Marvel films? It would be a good way to show film fans that there's a rich world in the comics that has a cinematic feel to it as well.

So Inhumanity #1 wasn't just a one shot? Interesting. Any news on it being a limited series at this point or just filler until Inhuman with Joe Mad begins?

Posted by Maddpanda531

@hawkguy said:

Why don't trailers like this play before Marvel films? It would be a good way to show film fans that there's a rich world in the comics that has a cinematic feel to it as well.

So Inhumanity #1 wasn't just a one shot? Interesting. Any news on it being a limited series at this point or just filler until Inhuman with Joe Mad begins?

I'm pretty sure it was just a one-shot, but it's being followed up by another one-shot with "Inhumanity: Medusa" and a few titles with the "Inhumanity" banner. It's like Dark Reign, in the sense that it's a Marvel Event without a proper limit-series.

Posted by blastaar

Earth X all over again?

Posted by munkieKONG

Man. It's kind of exhausting to follow Marvel comics these days…. there's always some universe-wide event banner on the cover. I had to take a moment today to try and figure out why Uncanny X-Men had Inhumanity scrawled across it.

Edited by thowze

I had an even harder time wanting to read it.

Didn't we have M-Day to reduce the number of randomly appearing mutants in every story, all the time. This made mutation rare and fantastic again.

Then what does Marvel do?

It spends the rest of its time, instead of making their heroes interesting, giving them depth and character, immediately creating events which create: more non-human mutates whose super-powers are unknown, uncontrolled and potentially dangerous and putting the already existing heroes on a detail designed to cause them to have to fight and clean up after these new INHUMANS.

(Sorry mutants, I guess you just weren't interesting enough...)

I think they named the series correctly. I consider it a form of INHUMANITY when you expose paying customers to your company's schizophrenic inability to decide if you want more metahumans or less and then create planet-altering events every 90 days to boost your sales per quarter...

Edited by Captain13

Baseline humans have to be a minority in the Marvel U by now. I wonder how different this will be to X-Men.

Posted by Jonny_Anonymous

Baseline humans have to be a minority in the Marvel U by now. I wonder how different this will be to X-Men.

very little, Marvel just don't own the movie rights so they made there own.

Posted by ravisher

what if a person whos already a hero has the gene?

Edited by RedHush1

I am loving Inhumanity! But I still don't understand why they are calling Inhumanity: Medusa Inhumanity #2. Will someone please explain that?

Just went to the comic store today and got Uncanny X-Men #15.INH and Might Avengers #4.INH. They didn't have Avengers A.I. #7.INH I am hoping to get that next time. I also have the Avengers Assemble issue and Indestructible Hulk issue that are out. So far I am loving every part of it.

Edited by HeckTate

@ravisher said:

what if a person whos already a hero has the gene?

They become a . . . Wait for it . . . Superhero.

Posted by Taasden

@redhush1: There's no confirmed reason why they're making Medusa's issue "Inhumanity #2", but if I was a betting man, I'd assume it's due to the delay of Matt Fraction's "Inhumans" series all the way to April. A four month gap is a long time to wait for the next big piece in the Inhumans event, so Marvel figures they'll rename one of the offshoot books (which is still written by Fraction) to be part of the main Inhumanity series, so the event maintains momentum.

Posted by tquinn

here's a thought. Marvel are turning the Inhumans into X-Men (narratively at least). Do you think they are raising the profile of Inhumans so that they can include this kind of narrative into the Cinematic universe? They can't use the X-Men because of Fox so maybe they know see the Inhumans to fill this role

Posted by InFamous_Wolf

@tquinn said:

here's a thought. Marvel are turning the Inhumans into X-Men (narratively at least). Do you think they are raising the profile of Inhumans so that they can include this kind of narrative into the Cinematic universe? They can't use the X-Men because of Fox so maybe they know see the Inhumans to fill this role

Now that I think about it that makes a lot of sense. I wouldn't mind seeing the Inhumans in the Cinematic Universe cuz Marvel isn't getting X-Men back any time soon.