Sunday, July 20, 2003

The Inhumans | Comics

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Inhumans | Comics
The planet Uranus was a station for the alien race of the Kree, who used to run experiment on humans, resulting of a hybrid-race with enhanced abilities, thus The Inhumans are born. The Kree actually wanted to use this new breed of soldiers to use against the Skrulls and to discover possibilities for the evolution of their own kind but then abandoned the program by the Supreme Intelligence to prevent a prophecy. The Inhumans started living in the society among the humans while Terrigen Crystals and its miraculous potential were discovered by a geneticist, Randac who went on to become their leader. The Genetic Council is formed with a ruler to governance them. On the House of Agon, Blackagar Boltagon aka Black Bolt were born who became the king of the Inhumans.

Black Bolt is mostly aided by his Queen Medusa, Karnak, Gorgon, Triton, Crystal, Maximus the Mad and the teleporting canine Lockjaw. They lived in the city of Attilan, which has been relocated several times and they often banded with the other heroes of earths including Fantastic Four, The Avengers and the X-Men to oppose the likes of Doctor Doom, Galactus, Ultron, Magneto and Apocalypse. During Operation – Galactic Storm, Ronan the Accuser forcibly sent them to fight against the Shi'ar but Black Bolt eventually set his people free by defeating him in battle. Following Black Bolt’s long departure in the aftermath of his fight with Thanos, Queen Medusa has actively taken charge of her people as well as led the new breed of NuHumans to their destiny.

For more information on The Inhumans comics series, you can check out those links below.

Inhumans (Comics) Wikipedia

Inhumans (Comics) Marvel Wikia
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The Inhuman Evolution
Here is your links for "Inhumans" comics from Marvel Comics.

Inhumans – By Right of Birth

Inhumans – The Origin of The Inhumans

Marvel Masterworks – Inhumans Vol 01

Contest of Champions

Avengers – The Contest

Fantastic Four/Inhumans – Atlantis Rising

Inhumans by Paul Jenkins & Jae Lee (Softcover)

Inhumans by Paul Jenkins & Jae Lee (Hardcover)

Marvel Masterworks – Inhumans, Vol 02

Annihilation Classic

Earth X

Fantastic Four/Inhumans

Inhumans – Culture Shock

Young Inhumans

Decimation – Son of M

Silent War

Secret Invasion – Inhumans

Road to War of Kings

War of Kings (Softcover)

War of Kings (Hardcover)

Realm of Kings (Softcover)

Realm of Kings (Hardcover)

Infinity (Softcover)

Infinity (Hardcover)

Inhumanity

Inhuman Vol 01 – Genesis

Inhuman Vol 02 – Axis

Inhuman Vol 03 – Lineage

Secret Wars (Softcover)

Secret Wars (Hardcover)

Battleworld - Inhumans – Attilan Rising

Uncanny Inhumans Vol 01 – Time Crush

Uncanny Inhumans Vol 02 – The Quiet Room

Uncanny Inhumans Vol 03 – Civil War II

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The Inhomo Supremis
All-New Inhumans Vol 01 – Global Outreach

While working on the Fantastic Four monthly ongoing, Stan Lee (Daredevil, Doctor Strange) and Jack Kirby (Black Panther, Eternals) has introduced the race of Inhumans (also known as Inhomo Supremis) on issue #45 in 1965. Later the readers get more details about them on the pages of Thor and Silver Surfer ongoing series. Throughout Marvel’s years of publications, Inhumans were a part of significant stories and crossover events like Kree-Skrull War, House of M, Son of M, Silent War, Secret Invasion, Dark Reign, War of Kings, Realm of Kings, Infinity, Inhumanity and Civil War II. In the Post-Infinity period, many new Inhumans such as Inferno, Lash, Kamala Khan aka Ms. Marvel, Quake, Reader and Ulysses have emerged to the scene and some of them are a total game-changer. Besides their comic book appearances, they happen to appear on several TV Shows based on Marvel properties and most recently they have made their debut on the second season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Also a live-action Inhumans movie is in progress as a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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