The final issue of Marvel's Black Bolt comic completes Absorbing Man's transformation into a hero, just like his arc on Agents of SHIELD.
Often, Marvel nails their comic book characters adapted for TV, like Jessica Jones. However, other times they fail, like so many Inhumans.
Despite the high-profile failure of Marvel's Inhumans, the president of ABC says the network isn't done with superhero TV shows.
Marvel fans know just what potential the Inhuman Royal Family actually have, and they've launched a petition calling for ABC to renew the series.
While no official announcement has been made, a new report suggests that ABC has decided to cancel Inhumans after one season.
ABC president Channing Dungey comments on Inhumans, saying the network is disappointed in the ratings for the first season of Marvel's series.
If Quake does turn out to be the cause of the future cataclysm on Agents of SHIELD season 5, Daisy Johnson might be more powerful than Black Bolt.
With doubts already hanging over the future of the Inhumans TV series, one of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s stars casts doubt over the renewal.
With disappointments like Iron Fist and Inhumans, and fine but uninspired offerings like Defenders, Marvel TV could use a creative infusion.
Marvel's Inhumans season 1 resolved its main story but opened up some new questions. Here's what the finale still left us wondering about.
Marvel's Inhumans season one finale leaves the Inhumans in a brand new situation that could have an impact on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Marvel is reportedly in talks with Fox about reacquiring the movie rights to the X-Men - AGAIN. But do we have the Inhumans to thank this time around?