Perhaps even more surprising than discovering that I could like the Inhumans, is the fact that the person to make me do so would be someone I've never heard of. I can't recall ever reading anything written by Joe Pokaski before, but he maintains a great balance of action, story, and including elements to introduce new readers. Before this, I had very little familiarity with the Inhumans, but his writing has not even once confused me. If you are even slightly interested in the age-old race of the Inhumans, and you want a great Secret Invasion tie-in, this gets my highest recommendation. Read Full Review
It's certainly a solid effort in that respect, and if you've loved Hine's pseudo-revamp of the franchise, you shouldn't find Joe Pokanski's loyal continuation lacking. Tom Raney's pencils are also on point, and they're some of the cleanest output I've seen from the artist. Some of the Super-Skrull creations are pretty nifty, and the fight scenes are well done. But I have a hard time recommending it to any non-Inhumanitarian. I still can't shake the feeling that the important pieces of the Inhumans story lie elsewhere in the miniseries. Likable filler, but filler just the same. Read Full Review
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