It's tough to criticize something that succeeds in doing everything that it needs to do. Definitely check out Secret InvasionInhumans #4 if you are planning to follow the War of Kings event. Read Full Review
Raney's art fits the Inhumans well, as he is able to give excellent detail to each of the characters' looks. From Medusa's wild hair, Karnak's facial tattoos and more, Raney's art brings the characters to life. Read Full Review
Fair enough, SI: Inhumans #4 doesn't really leave things radically different than they were for the race prior to Secret Invasion, and it's probably not a series to recommend to anyone who's unfamiliar with the characters and their struggles in the past few years. But it's a fun little jaunt that manages to use the SI setup better than most titles have and capitalize on the compelling cast. Read Full Review
As "Secret Invasion" proper comes to a close, and after having read every single "Secret Invasion" crossover and spin-off, I can safely say that Joe Pokaski and Tom Raney have produced the best spin-off of all. They've tied their tale into the Skrull invasion, but it has been a story about all the things that make the Inhumans such a fascinating part of the Marvel Universe. This is good stuff. Read Full Review
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