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Marvel’s Inhumans gets a new trailer at SDCC

Are you always eager for more superhero content on your screen? Or are you already feeling superhero fatigue? Marvel certainly hopes for the first, having no less than five upcoming brand new superhero TV shows. One of them, Inhumans, just got a new trailer at San Diego Comic Con.

Originally intended to star their own movie in Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase Three, the Inhumans were first introduced in Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. The show will focus on the Inhuman Royal Family, led by King Black Bolt (Anson Mount) and Queen Medusa (Serinda Swan). The king’s brother, Maximus, (Iwan Rheon) wants to take over their home land of Attilan for his own anti-human purposes. Watch the trailer below:

What do you think? Are you excited for it?

I wasn’t too keen on the previous promotional material, but this sure looks better. I’m still not ready to see Iwan Rheon take another villainous role and let’s be real, Medusa’s wig looks Game of Thrones-levels of cringeworthy, but family drama and political intrigue always have my attention. Plus the inhuman dog, Lockjaw, looks very cute.

Inhumans is set to premiere in IMAX on September 1 and will then continue over on the small screen at ABC on September 29. Aside from Mount, Swan, and Rheon, the cast includes Eme Ikwuakor, Isabelle Cornish, Ken Leung, Ellen Woglom, Sonya Balmores, and Mike Moh.

Images and video courtesy of Marvel


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