Marvel's Inhumans logo unveiled; series date, IMAX release announced

The TV series adaptation of this Marvel comic will be released this fall.

FP Staff March 28, 2017 20:40:53 IST
Marvel's Inhumans logo unveiled; series date, IMAX release announced

Marvel tweeted a picture of the logo of Inhumans on 26 March, 2017, and also gave details about the release dates of this TV show, which is expected to air in fall.

The logo is similar to the logo of the Inhumans comics, except that this one is metallic in colour rather than blue. The horizontal line running across the name is also bending downwards towards the tips unlike the one in the Marvel Comics logo, which had a straight line.

The show was initially supposed to be a film. Inhumans is centered on Black Bolt and other members of the Inhuman Royal Family, a reclusive race of genetically altered superhumans with extraordinary powers. Black Bolt is their leader and has highly enhanced speed and agility, as well as a quasi-sonic scream, which can create an uncontrollable disturbance. These characters were originally conceptualised by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

The TV show adaptation of the comic stars Anson Mount as Black Bolt, Serinda Swan as Medusa, Iwan Rheon as Maximus and Ken Leung as Karnak.

The first two episodes will be screened in IMAX cinemas on 1 September, 2017 and all eight episodes will air on ABC in fall.

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