Inhuman #11

Writer: Charles Soule Artist: Ryan Stegman Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: January 28, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 6
8.0Critic Rating
7.8User Rating

• Reader and Iso are back and in horrible danger!
•  The throne of Attilan is empty!
•  Who will rise?
Rated T+

  • 9.6
    Comics Recap - Draven Katayama (loudlysilent) Feb 7, 2015

    Ryan Stegman and Richard Isanove create beautiful art here: Medusa's stylish dress and piercing green eyes are simply breathtaking. She owns each panel she's in. Iso and Reader are interesting characters: Reader for his flexible morals and his loyalty to Iso; Iso for her fascinating power set and the adaptability and learning curve that she's suddenly thrust into. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Graphic Policy - Edward Wendt Jan 28, 2015

    This series continues to be an unheralded standout for Marvel, one that many people aren't talking about, but one that people should be, especially with a new focus on the Inhumans companywide. This entire issue was engaging and fun, and never in a superficial way. Everything that was here had its place, and the issue flowed so smoothly that the somewhat surprise ending came all too soon. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Shadowhawk's Shade - AJ Feb 2, 2015

    This is fairly good, but it could also be a bit better I think. Some great moments here, but the execution is slightly lacking. Read Full Review

  • 6.9
    IGN - Jeff Lake Jan 29, 2015

    Charles Soule essentially sweeps Inhuman's AXIS offshoot under the rug, with only Medusa's arc maintaining any real sense of continuity. What's there is solid enough in terms of development, but it feels so forced comparatively that many of her story beats fall short. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jan 29, 2015

    Inhuman again throws a lot of stuff at us and it halfways feels like we're getting the cliffsnotes version of the series rather than the actual series. I really liked the time with Medusa, in her Madison Queen persona, as we feel like we're getting to see the real character at long last. But it's all done from the side without a deep look at her and what she's really saying. Reader and Iso's storyline is stock fight and flight material that doesn't really give us a lot to chew on and it just feels kind of schlocky in some ways that I can't quite put my finger on. Most of it just comes down to the fact that it's done in such a quick hit fashion without any depth or exploration to it that it's all just so superficial and that's keeping me from really connecting with it at this point anymore. Read Full Review

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