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Inhumans (Marvel Knights)


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  • 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: #37,606 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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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: 58 reviews
23 of 25 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.
7 of 8 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.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A BRILLIANT Graphic Novel brought to life May 15 2013
By Sam Edmisten - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
When I read the Marvel Knights Inhumans in the late 1990s I was absolutely drawn into the complexity of the story by author Paul Jenkins right away. Add to that the stunning visuals of artist Jae Lee and it was a recipe for greatness that I have turned numerous friends onto over the years. I would love to see this team revisit these characters again someday.
This "motion comic" captures all of the high points and though a bit clunky (like ALL motion comics) it is forgivable because the artwork is so damned good in it's still form. The voice casting is strong. Not EXACTLY what I heard in my head as a reader, but we all bring our own prejudices to the table with a form of literature that has been adapted from another source.
If I have one criticism it would be to not have to go back to the intro and outro title sequences between episodes if trying to watch it as a long form movie.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful motion comic of Marvels bastard royalty. May 13 2013
By Acid-Raina - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I love the Inhumans. They are and have always been my favorite Marvel characters. That being the case it's been a labor of love trying to not only collect their storyline but follow it. How many writers have tried their hand at Attilans royal family? How many artists? How many times has their history been rewritten? Characters (poor Ahura) omitted and maligned? From their very roots they had no real home in the Marvel universe. Black Bolt, Medusa and crew jumped from inbetween the lines of the Fantastic Four to bonus features in a number of Marvels popular titles. They were given a few chances at ongoing series' but nothing ever stuck and they became Marvels ultimate go to guest stars.

When Jae lee and Paul Jenkins tried their hands at giving my favorite inbred dynasty new life I was overwhelmed with excitement. I had never seen them portrayed so vibrantly and their world and culture so thoroughly explored. Ann Nocenti and Bret Blevins come in at a close second with their wrenching tale of Medusas pregnancy back in '88 but I digress. I hoped against my better judgment that the Lee, Jenkins 12 issue run would turn into something more permanent. Unfortunately history has a tendency to repeat itself and the Inhumans were again thrust into obscurity.

Enter 2013. It's been over ten years since the Eisner award winning series ended. The Inhumans have had their ups and downs. Black Bolt is now a polygamist and Medusa is a member of the Fantastic Four for the 2nd time, among other things. As you can imagine I was VERY surprised to see this motion comic on the new release shelf of a large retailer chain of all places. Aren't The Inhumans relegated to the back of bargain boxes or paradoxically behind the counter in display case worthy issues of old Fan Four? Something was up. I had seen motion comics before and enjoyed the experience so I happily and quixotically picked purchased it.

I guess at this point it would be overkill to state that I more than enjoyed this little treat. There's few things more gratifying then seeing characters you've held in your mind for a lifetime come to (partial) life. I knew going into this that it WASN'T a fully animated feature but even given that it wasn't the animation still surpassed my expectations set by previous motion comics. In fact I'd have to say the level of movement here was reminiscent of Archer or Aqua Teen. Nothing to complain about if you ask me.

Unexpected and overjoyed to see this sort of thing coming to light and the Inumans getting a little play. I've noticed a lot other re-releases for Marvels Royals on the horizon and even a new action figure set....could Marvel have something in the works? I certainly hope so.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The stories are disjointed and difficult to watch. Aug. 26 2013
By Jeffery S. Marsh - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I found that this DVD was a bit difficult to watch and follow as the stories while related to each other did not flow as I thought that they should have. If you have followed the inhumans previously you will enjoy this DVD - if not it may be diffcult to watch - Jeff

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