The Inhumans made their first appearances in the pages of Fantastic Four in the mid 1960s. The Royal Family of Attilan were different from Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s previous creations.
They were a motley crew of space oddities, led by a king who cannot speak lest his quasisonic voice tear the world asunder. Their queen uses her prehensile hair to manipulate objects. Their dog has antennae. Oh, and he teleports.
Intended as a 2018 Marvel-owned big-screen competitor to 20th Century Fox’s X-Men, Inhumans languished in development hell for years. In 2014, it was to be a big budget film slated for release in 2018.
That project …
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