It's Judgment Day for the Inhumans, as the Progenitors, creators of the Kree, set their sites on Earth after the Royals stole the Prima Materia from their World-Farm. Does this make for a good read?
The Inhuman Royals speed from the World Farm with their Prima Materia. In the Future, the Last Inhuman faces down the Progenitors. Is it a good finale?
The Inhuman Royals must fight through them to access the means of saving their race. The comic also gives us a long look inside the mind of Swain, whom has been largely forced to the background throughout this series. The finale is dramatic, with tough decisions being made by the crew and an epic final battle before[...]
(Spoilers) Maximus and Swain combine their abilities to overwhelm the systems that protect the planets' surfaces However, even this teaches us nothing about the nature of the Progenitors. The future story advances somewhat in this issue as well, but even this doesn't go particularly far. None of this is to say that Royals #10 is an unbearable[...]
The Royals arrive at the World Farm, the home of the Progenitors which created the Kree, and the book finally clicks. What brings it together?
Royals #8 brings the story arc of the Universal Inhumans and the Snarrks to a close and accomplishes this in a rather satisfying fashion.
Royals #7: Medusa, Maximus, and Marvel Boy are taken to the Sky Spear on the world of the Universal Inhumans, and the two put an unexpected plan to action.
If the Inhumans are your jam, go for Royals #5. You’ll likely really enjoy it. If you have no interest in the Inhumans, I wouldn't run out to go grab this.
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[...]