The Inhumans can't find their king, so Queen Medusa gathers the remaining royal family and finds outside help against the Kree. Is it a good read?
The Death of the Inhumans begins with the Inhumans finding a massacre of their peopled Black Bolt forming a response. Is it a good read?
Black Bolt is at the mercy of the Jailer, and it's up to Ahura, Blinky, Absorbing Man, and Titania to save the Midnight King. Is it a good read?
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Inhuman Royals have returned with the Prima Materia in tow Fearing the retaliation of the Progenitors, they have made their base in the Grey Area of Earth's Moon in a tower created by the future Moon King, Flint. Maximus, now calling himself the Mage, claims to have had a change of heart after his[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Inhuman Royals are escaping in a crystal being controlled by Flint with their sample of the Prima Materia In the future, the Last Inhuman, the Last Accuser, and the Moon King come face-to-face with the judgement of the Progenitors. Maximus of the present uses the Prima Materia in the hopes of saving the Royals,[...]
When it allows flat-out beautiful books like this to exist; genre fiction like Royals; glorious, pure sci-fi, wholly complex, new characters, like Ms Marvel; and getting Warren Ellis to write another arsehole — that's a success to me Sure, there'll be books that fall by the wayside, but then we'll also get this. As I say,[...]
It appears that doomsday has arrived at last for the two ancient beings. In the present, the Inhuman Royals have narrowly escaped death at the hands of the Progenitors Crystal is wounded, but Maximus the Mad and Flint are able to lead the Royals to the Prima Materia, the crystals from which Terrigen was derived[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Inhuman Royals have arrived at the World Farm of the Progenitors, the creators of the Kree race They need to get on the world's surface, which is protected by the Progenitors themselves However, even if they arrive on the World Farm, even then there are systems in place to protect the planets themselves. Meanwhile,[...]
[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[...]
[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[...]
Unfortunately, neither group yet suspects the threat that the Snarks bring to the table and that they have captured Gorgon. Medusa, Maximus, and Marvel Boy are taken to the Sky Spear on the world of the Universal Inhumans, and the two put a plan to action that many would likely not expect. The most noticeable and appreciable[...]
The premise of Black Bolt #4 makes it an interesting addition to Marvel canon due to its relevance in one of its most oft-used villains.
We took a look at the Marvel Book Preview listings for the ResurrXion title Royals Because it wasn't just for X-Men you know; the Inhumans got their own books, too. And we noted that Vol 3 by Al Ewing and Javier Rodriguez had the Inhumans returning home — just one Inhuman too few. The crew of the Astarion returns to Earth[...]
Luckily, Crystal, Medusa, and Marvel Boy begin to gather some ideas on how to overcome the Accuser and his methods. Royals is shaping up to be the perfect example of a "pretty good" comic It never rises to greatness, but it hasn't really slumped into boredom or detachment The characters are likable enough, and the premise[...]
Javier Rodriguez Moves The Needle With Al Ewing For Marvel Legacy In Royals, Exploring The Kree's Progenitors
Royals by Al Ewing and Javier Rodriguez will be affected by… basically continuing to tell its ongoing story without interruption Hey, in the modern comics industry, that's borderline revolutionary! Revealed in an EXCLUSIVE on Marvel media partner website CBR, as part of their quest to find the original Terrigen and kill off one of their own[...]
They actually tend to behave like fairly complex characters. That brings us to Royals, a book centering on Medusa, Maximus (originally disguised as Black Bolt), Gorgon, Crystal, Swain, Flint, and Noh-Varr, AKA Marvel Boy or Protector, on their quest through the galaxy to find a new means of inciting Terrigenesis in the wake of the destruction[...]
Last month, we told you that Thony Silas replaced JonBoy Meyers on The Royals #4 for Marvel Now Silas is the latest artist to sit down for their video series Quickdraw where he draws those very same Royals It's nice to see that Marvel is back to using the Quickdraw format to promote their artists and[...]
It's kind of been surprising given Marvel's heavy push to make Inhumans happen as a property, especially in other media, but this year sees the Inhumans Royals making it to screens big and small, so I guess it's finally time. Lastly, Potts in game mentions 'hearing a strange voice in my head saying they're ready' to[...]
And no, he's not a Nazi. Similarly, it may have left readers wondering where Black Bolt's series, by Saladin Ahmed and Christian Ward, fits in with Royals by Al Ewing and Jonboy Meyers, which also featured the character. Well, this week's Royals #2 seems to have answered all of that and set up the Black Bolt series[...]
Do they ruin the enjoyment of a comic? In an interview on Newsarama today, Al Ewing, writer of the upcoming Inhumans series, Royals, made a compelling case in favor of spoilers when asked why he would reveal ahead of time that a major character will die at some point in the book: I'm telling you now – and I'm[...]
They've also got a snazzy Ryan Stegman variant, because: Venom Variant Month. Prime will lead Royals, Secret Warriors, and Black Bolt in the Inhumans' lineup, and (Marvel editors) Wil Moss and Charles Beacham say this will introduce us to the major Inhumans in the Marvel universe The Al Ewing and Ryan Sook are writing and pencilling (respectively) and (according[...]
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Confusion on the streets of Gotham reigns… Spread, debuting from Image today gives us another runarond with Lone Wolf And Cub… The Royals see the British royal family do a sanctuary deal with Hitler I wish they'd used the real ones and this had been King George and Princess Anne… Peter Parker doesn't look bad for[...]
I don't know if you've ever been to Astrozombies but it's an excellent shop, and we're happy to have them sharing their review thoughts here at Bleeding Cool! Books covered in this episode are: DC Comics – Justice League Of America #12 Image Comics – Fuse #1 Marvel Comics – Winter Soldier: The Bitter March #1 Dark Horse Comics –[...]
Announced by Comics Alliance from Vertigo Comics after DC PR gave them the nod, The Royals: Masters Of War, a six issue miniseries by Rob Williams and Simon Coleby, out in February. Set against the backdrop of World War II, The Royals: Masters Of War focuses on a version of the Royal Family whose power is manifest[...]