Sunday, February 7, 2016

Uncanny Inhumans - #4 - Comic Book Review

Uncanny Inhumans - #4 - Marvel
Written By: Charles Soule
Art By: McNiven, Leisten & Gho

Kang the Conqueror has travelled back in time to get the aid of the Attilan King, Randac, some 13,000 years ago. While Ahura is experiencing his transformation from the Terrigin Mist Blackbolt, Medusa and team arrive to inform their son what Kang has in store for their people, the Inhumans. Kang returns from his time travels and a battle begins but this battle is short lived as Ahura shows everyone his new powers and the devastating impact they potentially could have on people. 

This was a quick read. The issue closes the chapter on the story arc up to this point. The dialogue is concise and to the point which was nice. This issue wastes no time, gets right to the action and then ends. There was a fun awkward moment when Ahura asks Johnny Storm, aka the Human Torch, why he’s there when it’s a familiar affair dealing with Kang and the future of the Inhumans. I did enjoy a chuckle reading that page. 

The art work in this issue was great. The colors used during the pages detailing the battle were vivid and exciting. It’s done so well I could hear the explosions, lasers and more in my head while reading. Overall, the art work was a nice addition to the story creating a believable world for this story to take place in.

Overall, this was a job well done. I’m enjoying my time reading stories with the Inhumans. These characters have a different perspective on life as they are royalty and it’s that fact which makes the stories and the perspective of events so intriguing. 

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