the inhumans


Royals #12 Review: Decent Read but with an Underwhelming Finale for the Series

Royals #12 Review: Decent Read, but with an Underwhelming Finale for the Series

[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 […]

Royals #10 Review: Picking A Fight With The Gods

Royals #10 Review: Picking A Fight With The Gods

It’s bright and eye-catching, and he and Rodriguez work together especially well.This isn’t a bad read, but it doesn’t answer any questions one might have of the Inhumans, the Kree, or the Progenitors It seems to stall such questions in favor of a big bombastic finale which pours on the details[...]

What Jack Kirby Means To A Comic Fan Critic And Aspiring Creator

What Jack Kirby Means To A Comic Fan, Critic, And Aspiring Creator

On August 28th, 1917, Jacob Kurtzberg was born in Manhattan. He was born to a pair of Austrian Jewish immigrants. He took to drawing quickly, starting in comic strips in 1936, and, in 1940, he teamed up with Joe Simon to create Captain America and Bucky Barnes. It's weird to think that a man born […]

Black Bolt #4 Review: The Ballad Of The Absorbing Man

Black Bolt #4 Review: The Ballad Of The Absorbing Man

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Through happenstance, it looks like Joe Glass and I will be having dueling reviews again, even though we have similar feelings on this comic, too.Black Bolt, the former King of the Inhumans, has been trapped in an intergalactic prison thanks to the deceptions of his brother, Maximus the Mad He has been unable to escape this[...]