Inhumans Gets New Poster and Premiere Date, Trailer Arriving Thursday

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Get ready for things to get Inhuman. Marvel’s Inhumans is heading to ABC and the series, which focuses on the Inhuman royal family, will be getting a new trailer this Thursday.  The official Twitter account released the teaser clip below featuring a look at Anson Mount’s Black Bolt, Gorgon (Eme Ikwuakor) walking through a forest, and Maximus the Mad (Iwan Rheon) apparently up to some mischief. Marvel also announced that after the series premieres in IMAX on September 1st, it will premiere on ABC on September 29th, 2017.

Fans of the comic books who are eagerly anticipating the show can start getting excited as the series looks to promise political intrigue, drama, and an Inhumanly good time.  Check out the clip:

It’s not the only piece of Inhumans news to drop this week.  Fans were treated to a poster featuring the series stars, Serinda Swan’s Medusa, Black Bolt, and Maximus with a more stylized look.  Medusa’s hair seems to be more active than we’ve seen so far, giving the entire thing a gorgeous visual style.

Could this poster be available at San Diego Comic Con this July or perhaps even sooner? Check out  the Inhumans new visual style and share your impressions. Pretty cool right?

Thanks to Yahoo TV we’ve learned that ABC has made September 29th the official television premiere date of Inhumans. That caps off a run in IMAX starting September 1st giving these larger than life figures the look, feel, and flare of a film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With a stellar cast featuring everyone from Game of Thrones to amazing behind the scenes talent straight from Starz, Inhumans is ramping up.

Are you excited? Ready to see Black Bolt and Medusa defend their family and reconnect with Earth? Sound off and share your feelings with us in the comments below and stay tuned to the Marvel Report for up-to-date Inhumanly good news.

Marvel’s Inhumans premieres in IMAX September 1st and on ABC Sept 29th.

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