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Inhumans (Marvel Knights)


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Product Details

  • Format: Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: April 23 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B00AWHDFHQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #36,838 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

With the city of Attilan under attack from without and within the fate of an entire civilization rests on the shoulders of Black Bolt leader of the secretive and extraordinary Inhumans. The Inhumans are led by their king Black Bolt and his Royal Family consisting of Medusa Karnak Gorgon Triton Crystal Maximus the Mad and the canine Lockjaw. Both Crystal and Medusa have been members of the Fantastic Four, Crystal has also been a member of the Avengers.

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By Julian Thompson on Oct. 29 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Exactly like the comic series. To see this comic series come to life was great.
Looking forward to other stand alone stories being produced.
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Amazon.com: 73 reviews
24 of 28 people found the following review helpful
~This is worth your money, definitely worth your time.~ April 26 2013
By ~K.I.S.S`E.S.S~don't lie~ - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
If you are not in any way familiar with motion comics, I am not sure what particular motion comic would be the best introduction for you, but this is not a bad way to begin. Like the writer of this series, Paul Jenkins, I had never heard of The Inhumans, but this really worked to my advantage, to learn of The Inhumans in this way. I think my father-in-law has perhaps mentioned The Inhumans, but his comic collection is so, AWESOME!, that because he has told me so much about Marvel & its history, this title would have been lost in the shuffle. Before I was injured, I was a freelance illustrator, primarily drawing & painting portraits. Until my father-in-law pulled out some of his comics, it had been over 20 years since I had looked at a comic book. I was depressed at how my gift was & is severely affected, yet he kind of brought me full circle with my art and its beginnings, and enjoying the art of others became strangely therapeutic for me, at least emotionally & mentally. I could never marry comic art with the realism of portraiture, so I was unexpectedly re~freshed from this, and it has been juvenescent for me. This is said to help you understand my particular perspective and why you should not be discouraged by what some other reviews have said. To be sure, motion comics ARE NOT traditional animations. These are works that are being created from artwork that was not originally intended for animation, so the look and feel is pausingly unseductive yet attractively unique, peculiar yet fascinating, all at the same time. Iron Man: Extremis was my introduction to motion comics, as I first discovered it on iTunes. It was not until the 3rd episode that I became aware that these were being made from comic books, and that element was intriguing. I immediately purchased the hardcover of Iron Man: Extremis, and I love it. But The Inhumans does not feel like Extremis, does not feel like Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers, does not feel like Spider~Woman: Agent of S.W.O.R.D. But, you clearly recognize that just from the initial and continual movements of the motion comic, they do not possess the fluidity of the morning cartoons, and that is what is so appealing. The decision making to determine how to bring movement from the limbs, the mouth, voices, backgrounds, while preserving and not offending those who know the comics while still capturing a new audience with a different feel of the same comics; that is just astounding and has to be applauded. If you purchase the DVD for Iron Man: Extremis, the artist, Adi Granov, explains how he could never have envisioned how comic book art could be translated into this medium. However, even he was pleasantly surprised that it was crafted particularly well for animation despite the fact that the art originally lacked the purposed foundation & scope for this function. For The Inhumans, I decided to watch the bonus feature first, and it paid off. It provides much background on The Inhumans, and the social implications and how they are tied in make this even more inviting. So much thought is put in to making comics, and depending on what you have been exposed to, in terms of reading and history, comics often repeat or mimic many ideologies, mythologies or theologies, re~packaging them and presenting them in different ways. The Inhumans and motion comics are an extension of these considerations, so with that in mind, give this a try. It is indeed different, but it is not bad.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Disappointing if not dreadful, overwrought. Or... "Oh the Inhumanity!" Jan. 20 2014
By B9000 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Without being super-spoilerish, I wish there was a "geographical reveal" at the end. It left me very unsatisfied. Not having read this particular series, I hope there was one in the print version.
I have a lot of reservations about the story and its strange incongruities with what I remember about previous iterations of The Inhumans...but that's a big problem with my enjoyment of Marvel and DC the past couple of decades and too long of a discussion to go into here.

I want to just to address the presentational aspects regarding this product:

1. a) What was with the lack of subtitles. Incredibly cheap not to include them.
b )On the same topic, being as this was a "motion-comic" I might have appreciated the choice to see captions and word balloons now and again...
2. The darkness was a bit much. Not a huge fan of Jae Lee to begin with, but this could have used some brightening.
3. The complete credits after each chapter and the overwrought theme music left me very cold. Could the producers have created a more seamless union between chapters? That music was just...ugh. And relentlessly so. Thank heavens for the "next" button functionality, at the very least.
4. The voice-over narration was monotonous and pretty unoriginal, a bit hackneyed.

That's it. It's quite somethng to me that if I had enjoyed the story and art more, I might have not been so irritated by the lack of care in the presentation. I'm betting the old analog static paper comic-book version suits the meditative and pensive tone of the storyline with much more success...otherwise I would be wondering at how bad a year in comics it was when this series was awarded an Eisner.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I like it. May 21 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
An animated comic. Comic book (graphic novels) panels with one or two moving parts, this might be a turnoff for some but I thought it worked. I also thought the plot was good, very mature. Of all of Marvels' superheroes the Inhumans were always my favorite.
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Marvel Knights Inhumans DVD May 15 2013
By Jason L. King - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The Inhumans have always been my favorite heroes in the Marvel Universe ever since I was introduced to them through mid 70's issues of the Fantastic Four. The Inhumans struck me as something different and very cool. Their battles and team ups with the FF, Sub Mariner, Spiderman and the Hulk among others as well as the in fighting of the royal family itself was often created some of the best and most dramatic stories of all time. As often happens, I had stopped reading comics by the late 1990's and was lost as to what was happening in the Universe. I discovered the Marvel Knights Inhumans graphic novel while floating around on Amazon about a year ago. I loved everything about it. The art and the complex storyline drew me in immediately. This motion comic captures the novel very well. Keep in mind this is NOT full animation so don't expect it to be. Take it for what it is and you'll enjoy the ride.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great, Epic Story Jan. 21 2014
By This Reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Really enjoyed this. Great story, interesting characters, a lot of suspense through the last several chapters. The art looked good, the motion animation was well done (and there's lypsynching, which is a must), the voice actors did a nice job, and the soundtrack served the story well. This was a long comic (I like that they did a full twelve issue series in one over two hour volume like this), and the length really let's the story (and suspense) build. Really well done over all. I'm becoming a big fan of these Marvel Knights productions.

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