Coming to DVD from SHOUT! Factory and Marvel Knights is the animation presentation of the superheroes of INHUMANS.
This film tells the story of the millennia-old city of Attilan. In this city live a race of Inhumans that have super powers. These will serve them when the call is sent out to help the Royal Family – led by Black Bolt – when invaders are near.
But, it is not only the invaders that Attilan has worry from. Sometimes the enemy is closer than you think as Maximus the Mad, another member of the Royal Family, is equally as dangerous as the invaders.
Wanting to stay to themselves is no longer an option if they are to survive!
FINAL WORD: This series is an Eisner Award winner from writers Paul Jenkins, Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada and Supervisor Producers Kalia Cheng. Developed by Paul Jenkins and Jae Lee, it is an amazing adventure.
Telling this story about a race of genetic outsiders is exactly what Marvel does extremely well. Watching the characters develop with their powers is extremely cool as well.
The story telling is absolutely what Marvel fans have come to expect and they won’t be disappointed. Serving up the DVD in the iconic plastic sleeve adds to the originality of the product. Running at l32 minutes – this is a film that is captivating and thrilling.
TUBS OF POPCORN: I give INHUMANS four tubs of popcorn out of five. There is something stunning about the way Marvel and SHOUT! have come together to bring this DVD to fans. Marvel has the world’s most prominent character-based entertainment that has over 8,000 characters that has gone over seventy years. Visit them at www.marvel.com.
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I absolutely love when Marvel and SHOUT! Factory offer DVD’s like INHUMANS that provide quality entertainment, amazing graphics with bonus content that make owning this an experience.
In the end – they will not be forgotten any time soon!
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