First Look At Marvel’s ‘All-New Inhumans’ #1

...as opposed to 'Uncanny Inhumans'...

They may have seemed to drop off the Marvel Cinematic Universe radar, but in the comics, the push for the Inhumans to be popular remains strong. Last week saw the release of The Uncanny Inhumans and Karnak, and in just a few weeks, we’ll get this — “All-New” Inhumans. (The “All Different” is implicit.) The Inhumans have had solo series before; Stan Lee and Jack Kirby only made them part of Fantastic Four lore in the first place because of limitations on how many titles Marvel could have in their initial distribution deal.

But it seems a bit heavy-handed to put out THREE titles revolving around them — though I’ll vouch that the first issue of Karnak was as interesting as I’d hoped. Will it work? Are the Inhumans rapidly seeping into your heart like Terrigen Mist and making you think X-Who? We shall see in a few months… but the question I really have is…. which team gets Lockjaw?

From Marvel:

She is Inhuman royalty. She’s been an Avenger, served alongside the Fantastic Four and the X-Men. She is Crystal…and this December she steps into her new role for a new Marvel Universe in ALL-NEW INHUMANS #1! Writers James Asmus and Charles Soule join forces with artist Stefano Caselli to expand the world of the Inhumans across globe!

Part diplomatic emissaries, part covert strike team, Crystal and her team have a new mission: protect their growing race by any means necessary! As the Terrigen Cloud rips across the planet, leaving new Inhumans in its wake – Crystal, Gorgon, Flint, Naja and Grid travel the world in search of Inhumans in need, and pursue those would harm them. But as mysterious obelisks called Skyspears begin to appear across the globe, they could have cataclysmic and dangerous consequences for their race.

Big super hero action meets Inhuman intrigue this December as Crystal and her team uncover a new side of the Marvel Universe in ALL-NEW INHUMANS #1!

ALL-NEW INHUMANS #1 (OCT150761)
Written by JAMES ASMUS & CHARLES SOULE
Art & Cover by STEFANO CASELLI
Variant Cover by STEFANO CASELLI (OCT150762)
Connecting Variant D by JIM CHEUNG (OCT150763)
Hip Hop Variant by MARCO D’ALFONSO (OCT150764)
Action Figure 2-Pack Variant by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER (OCT150765)
Cosplay Variant by YAYA HAN (OCT150766)
FOC – 11/02/15, On-Sale – 12/02/15

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