Uncanny Inhumans, Volume 1: Time Crush

Uncanny Inhumans Volume Time Crush Meet the Uncanny Inhumans Medusa Black Bolt Triton Reader Human Torch Beast It s eight months later and everything is different for the Inhumans Medusa and Johnny Storm are an item Black Bolt is runni

  • Title: Uncanny Inhumans, Volume 1: Time Crush
  • Author: Charles Soule Steve McNiven Brandon Peterson
  • ISBN: 9780785197065
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
  • Meet the Uncanny Inhumans Medusa Black Bolt Triton Reader Human Torch Beast It s eight months later and everything is different for the Inhumans Medusa and Johnny Storm are an item Black Bolt is running covert missions of his own And something so big happened between the Inhumans and the X Men that Beast is now on the side of the Inhumans And if that s not enouMeet the Uncanny Inhumans Medusa Black Bolt Triton Reader Human Torch Beast It s eight months later and everything is different for the Inhumans Medusa and Johnny Storm are an item Black Bolt is running covert missions of his own And something so big happened between the Inhumans and the X Men that Beast is now on the side of the Inhumans And if that s not enough, the most dangerous villain throughout Marvel s history is against them Kang the Conqueror.Don t miss what the epic team behind Death of Wolverine Charles Soule and Steve McNiven have in store for you.Collecting Uncanny Inhumans 0 4, material from All New, All Different Avengers FCBD 2015

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    1. Have you ever looked at the X-Men and wished you were reading a book of worse, derivative X-characters in even more convoluted storylines instead? Well good news because Marvel has the group for you: the Inhumans!“They fell to Earth; they changed the world. Now, Black Bolt and the Inhumans get UNCANNY!” - that’s one of the dumbest taglines I’ve ever read. “They fell to Earth” - what?! And what does it mean that “the Inhumans get uncanny”? Know what other series has the Uncanny la [...]

    2. When Thanos arrived on Attilan and threatened the Inhumans, Black Bolt sent everyone away through Eldrac the door. This resulted in many Inhumans scattering throughout the world. Since that day no one knew what happened to Ahura, heir to the throne of Attilan, the son of Black Bolt and Medusa.It seems one person knew where Ahura was.Black Bolt sent Ahura into the past with Kang the Conquerer to protect him from Thanos and the incursions.Black Bolt also brought terrigen mist in order to allow Ahu [...]

    3. Ugh I am SO sick of time travel stories in Marvel books! It's like they're incapable of plotting a story unless time travel or parallel universes are somehow involved. I used to LOVE time travel stories! I used to find the idea of parallel universes FASCINATING! After almost a decade of nothing but, though, I can honestly say that if I read another one anytime soon I am going to scream.This book, in case you haven't already guessed, is just another tedious time travel story. If I was rating this [...]

    4. Also available on the WondrousBooks blog.Because of the last two seasons of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D I was very excited to start this. Even though I didn't know what to expect. But despite that, I was not impressed. Ha ha.The problem was I didn't feel anything toward these specific characters. Especially "the leaders". The royal family, being the center of the volume, they should have been amazing characters, charming and able to draw the attention. To me, they seemed generic, remote. I fe [...]

    5. Well I'll be damned. An Inhumans book I actually liked. Should've guessed it with Charles Soule. Guy just puts out entertaining books.

    6. Finally. Been waiting since INHUMANITY for a decent Inhumans book. Been cranking them out. But it's sure has taken a while. Nearly 2 years I guess. This one finally worked for me. The McNivin art helped. Plus this book shows a bit more of the traditional Inhumans cast. Black Bolt and Medusa finally in the same room together. They need to get back together. It's kind of creepy Torch is "dating" Medusa. He was going to marry her sister for crying out loud. Always thought Johnny and Crystal belonge [...]

    7. Pretty good. It picks up where the book left off before Secret Wars, essentially. Except that it had been so long since anyone had mentioned Ahura, Black Bolt and Medusa's son, that I had sort of totally forgotten that he existed. Oops. And I kind of got the impression that Soule sort of had, too. Yes, his absence to this point is explained perfectly well, it's just that I kind of feel like more should have been made of his absence in the previous volumes of Inhuman. Ah well. The storyline revol [...]

    8. I generally like Charles Soule's stuff, but I felt this volume trended much more toward Wolverines than She-Hulk- too many characters I didn't care about, too many plot contrivances (time travel explains everything! always!) and despite the presence of Beast none of it felt terribly "Uncanny". One to skip.

    9. I went into this with fairly low expectations and ended up liking it to some degree. I didn't read all of Inhumanity which sets up just what happens to the Inhumans after Black Bolt sets of the Terrigen Bomb. All I knew was the Medusa had taken over leadership and gathered a new team of Inhumans to help recover any NuHumans and also to be seen as heroes. I also know Karnakwas no longer around.This volume has Black Bolt returning, apparently on the outs with Medusa, to tell her he needs help in r [...]

    10. One might almost think Marvel had me in mind with this one: The Uncanny Inhumans, the Human Torch and Kang the Conqueror! I mean what's not to love? I've been a fanning a flame for the Human Torch since I was a little kid and discovered Kirby & Lee's Fantastic Four which, of course, also led to my infatuation with the Inhumans tucked away in their hidden refuge high in the Himalayan mountains. And it was the crossover wedding event between Crystal & Quicksilver that got me really started [...]

    11. I have to give this 5 stars because I feel as if the angels (editors at Marvel) have heard my prayers (read my reviews) and finally listened to my urgent request that Mr Soule deserves some possibly (please forgive me) um, "other" artists. You know what I mean. For his work in the Inhuman world.Steve McNiven is an illustrator Master, in my opinion. Thus, this story came to life in my imagination in a much richer way than Soule's earlier Inhuman books.Pleases keep this up

    12. Don't know what to think of Charles Soule. The guy's conscientiously destroying my favorite character (namely Daredevil) and writes a decent if a litlle bit convoluted Inhuman story, characters I honestly don't care much for to begin with.Convoluted indeed. That's usually what happens when time-travel's involved. Actually the plot is well handled (time travel is murder to deal with), the only question being : ok, but why? Why did Kang do what he did? Why did Black Bolt dealt with his son this wa [...]

    13. The Uncanny Inhumans continues Marvel’s franchise-building effort.The Uncanny Inhumans picks up where Inhuman left off, pre-Secret Wars. Black Bolt and Medusa remain estranged, but are forced to work together to save their son, Ahura, from time-traveling villain Kang. After Black Bolt, Triton and Reader make a failed attempt to liberate Ahura, Kang uses the boy (whose power finally emerges) to wipe out the Inhumans via strategically placed attacks in various time periods. The trio then teams w [...]

    14. Soule's Inhuman was a pretty great political drama that really diverged from superhero norms, creating a dense and mysterious tapestry. Thus, it's sort of disappointing to find this story so mundane. Oh, it's a fine superhero story: the Inhumans vs Kang, that's epic. And, it's even a good Kang story with some nice timey-wimeyness. Time is used both as a weapon and as a solution. But it's also a shallow story. We've got a single plot thread and it involves a lot of people hitting each other. Tho [...]

    15. Wasn't sure about this title, but I'm glad I read it. Charles Soule usually always does great work, and it takes a well written plot whenever you deal with time travel. Beware: This Volume's villain is Kang, Marvel's premiere time travelling villain. I caution you: read this book in one sitting. It will be much easier to understand and keep straight. SPOILERSBlack Bolt made a deal with Kang to keep his son safe. For some reason, (I think because of the events of Infinity and Inhumanity) he has b [...]

    16. Wooooooow. You had my curiosity, but now you have my attention! I found this a little difficult to delve into. I apparently need to have read "Inhuman" which sets it up. The NuHumans, New Attilan, all was a bit lost on me at first. Once Kang got warmed up though, I was hooked. I've seen time travel come up in Avengers, Dark Avengers, the Fantastic Four I agree that Marvel overdo it, but I found this one of the more satisfying uses of it. I REALLY needed to know what happened with Ahura. The artw [...]

    17. This is the definition of fine. Of okay. Steve McNiven's art is lovely and serviceable but it lacks the power and drama he's displayed elsewhere. Likewise, writer Charles Soule fails here to show the verve and wit that are so abundant in many of his other titles. There's nothing bad or wrong within these pages but there's little to get excited about, either. Nothing feels consequential. I know that two stars feels like an exceptionally low rating but, according to ' own rating system, those two [...]

    18. I didn't think I'd be one of those people tired of time travel but like this was really convoluted time travel. That seems to follow Kang the Conqueror around though. He's definitely a character I could do without reading in any iteration for a while. It was too much.I'm not sure what parts of the timeline were fixed by the end of this or who even still exist but I liked some of the Nuhumans we saw in the beginning. I still love following Medusa. She's great. Black Bolt's power has always intrig [...]

    19. This is my first real exposure to The Inhumans and I'm still not sure what exactly is the difference between an inhuman and a mutant.Black Bolt is an inhuman I can't take seriously because it appears he has a teeny tiny football goalpost coming out of his forehead. His ex-wife is Queen Medusa, and I sure would hate to see her shampoo and conditioner bill. They have a son together named Ahura.No, Ahura.Anyway, for reasons I still don't understand, Black Bolt gives his child over into the keeping [...]

    20. Most of this is new to me. Historically haven't paid any attention to the inhumans in the Marvel universe but my curiosity was peaked by reading Ms. Marvel. So most of the characters are new to me. I kind of enjoyed it. Good art, certainly and liked seeing McCoy and to a lesser extent Johnny Storm. But it didn't draw me in. I don't feel any particular desire to keep following. In particular, Medusa is utterly uninteresting to me. Black bolt is kind of intriguing, but mostly because I don't entir [...]

    21. Soule's been allowed a lot of creative and editorial freedom when it comes to reorganizing the Inhumans and making them relevant to the Marvel Universe again. When I was a kid, the Inhumans were basically secondary characters from FF who occasionally appeared in other stuff. Over the past several years, they've been working up to this - not just Medusa as a part of A-Force, or Black Bolt on the Illuminati council, but a fully rounded and developed picture of the Inhumans as a group, the smaller [...]

    22. I like the concepts around the Inhumans a lot, and some of their stories are quite fascinating, but there is something quite as interesting in execution with this title. The fractured Inhuman Royal Family after the events of Secret Wars and Death of X are interesting, the character development here is good, but Kang's power feels too silver age and one feels like Marvel is trying to make the Inhumans fill the role of mutants in their expansion in the general society. The Time Dynamics feel a lit [...]

    23. This is the first Inhuman material I have read in a while, so I don't know the backstory, but this volume is great regardless. I am familiar with Kang the Conqueror; he has always been one of my favorite villains and it's great to see him featured in this story. Charles Soule has written a great story here and Steve McNiven and Jay Leisten have provided some excellent art. I am looking forward to more volumes of this series.

    24. This is my first Inhumans graphic novel. I wanted to read one since the TV series just started and to see if I would be interested in this part of the Marvel universe that I have not explored. The storyline dealt with Black Bolt and Medusa trying to get back their son, Ahura, from Kang the Conqueror. Since I was not familiar with the characters other than Johnny Storm I am curious to know some of the other characters back stories, and I'll probably keep reading

    25. Yeah, I loved all of this.1) Though he doesn't have a BIG role, Soule writes Beast very well--better than he's been written in a long time.2) Medusa is awesome and is dating a younger man that happens to be Johnny Storm.3) Great Kang story that actually shows how much a threat he is.4) Steve McNiven's art is great, and draws one hell of a Beast.5) Inking was great too.

    26. More Marvel stories - perhaps Inhumans will be as interesting as superheroes. Some of the tension between them seems artificial on some level though.

    27. ComiXology Unlimited. This seemed to pick up where the previous run had left off, but I liked the story. I’ll read the next collected volume, but probably not much more of this series.

    28. Needed a little light reading. Enjoyed it, but felt the artwork was leagues better than the writing. Medusa getting with Johnny Storm, what?

    29. Read as individual issues on Marvel Unlimited.Generally more fantastic than I like my comics (especially with the time travel), but an enjoyable first taste of the Inhumans for me.

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