The Inhumans get to the end of their first, and most likely only, season, with “And Finally… Black Bolt.”
The Inhumans are almost done with their first, and most likely only, season. The penultimate episode is “Havoc in the Hidden Land,” although a fair amount of the havoc happens in Hawaii, not Attilan. At least they resolve one of the things that’s been bothering me since the first episode.
The Inhumans meander along through their season with, “The Gentleman’s Name is Gorgon.” I hate to say it, but I haven’t been really impressed with their show, as much as I like the comic book versions of the characters. And, of the weak season, this might be my least favorite episode so far.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe delivers its next installment with Thor: Ragnarok. In addition to being a great new adventure, it covers where Thor and Hulk were during Captain America: Civil War. We get a new kick-ass heroine to root for, and a few lingering plot lines dealt with.
The Inhumans’ first (and possibly only, judging by the ratings) season continues with their over-dramatic titles. This week’s is “Something Inhuman This Way Comes…”
The Inhumans continue their over-dramatic titles with “Make Way For… Medusa.”
They’re doing some very odd titles for the episodes of The Inhumans. My best guest is they are trying to emulate the dramatic style of a lot of the issue titles/cover hype from back in the 60’s, when The Inhumans first appeared. This week’s episode is entitled, “Divide… And Conquer.” It doesn’t make a lot…