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Royals #9 cover by Javier Rodriguez
[rwp-review-recap id="0"]   Royals #9 cover by Javier Rodriguez The future Maximus and Noh-Varr arrive at a Skyspear while something is happening to Flint in the present Medusa and Gorgon's relationship develops, and present Maximus explains the Prima Materia to his fellow Inhumans. At long last, the Inhuman Royal Family arrives at the home of the Progenitors, the World[...]
Royals #8 Review: Wrath Of Gorgon
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Royals #8 cover by Sanford Greene The Last Inhuman takes the Accuser to the location of a Skyspear in the future while that same Accuser, Noh-Varr, AKA Marvel Boy, has a revelation in the present. There is little time to process this, as the Snarrks make their move against the Universal Inhumans, equipped with the powers[...]
I get it; Noh-Varr and Medusa are characters with a gravitas and charisma that tends to dominate the book they are featured within, but if you didn't want to use Flint here just put him in Secret Warriors or something. I'm not even that big a fan of Flint; it just seems odd that he barely[...]
Royals #5 Review: An Enjoyable Read, Especially For Inhumans Fans
They no longer have access to Terrigen, so Noh-Varr the Marvel Boy will find it for them Al Ewing is one of Marvel's top-tier writers right now, and I've yet to see a comic title from him that is less than good — with the exception of the odd off single issues. Ronan the Accuser is[...]
Inhumans Finally Feel Vibrant And Different: Inhumans Prime Review
The issue isn't filled with surprises or shocks, but it does set up mysteries that will most likely be unfolding in each of the main books of the Inhumans line (bar Secret Warriors, which as we understand it is heavily linked to Secret Empire, so I suppose it makes sense that that one book of[...]