This is so much of a spoiler that it is not being published on the front page of Bleeding Cool. It is not being tweeted out or posted to Facebook. Nothing on LinkedIn, Instagram, or Tumblr. In fact, the only possible way you could have found it is by searching for it – or from a link by someone who searched for it.
Basically, you are here because you want to be. And you want to be spoiled on the big reveal in The Death of The Inhumans #1 released this Tuesday night/Wednesday morning.
If you want something a lot less spoilery, you can read this. But now it’s time. To reveal the names of the dead.
It begins with thousands of unnamed.
And then the Intergalactic heads of the Inhuman Royal families across the species of the galaxy, as seen in The Royals series. But these are newcomers…
You also get some classic Lee/Kirby collateral damage.
And while only Triton dies in that explosion, not everyone else is uninjured.
And while Medusa suffers, Black Bolt makes plans against the Kree enforcer coming for their lives. And he puts Lockjaw into action, to get Black Bolt’s brother Maximus.
That does not end well. Holes in Maximus. And in Lockjaw…
Death of Lockjaw, folks. Man, that Donny Cates has it in for dogs in the Marvel universe, doesn’t he?
First Bats, then Lockjaw. If I was Aunt May’s pooch, Ms Lion, I’d be very worried indeed…
DEATH OF INHUMANS #1
(W) Donny Cates (A) Ariel Olivetti (CA) Russell Dauterman
THE TITLE SAYS IT ALL – HERE LIE THE INHUMANS.
The Kree have gone murdering, leaving behind a message: Join or die. Thousands of Inhumans have already made their choice – the evidence floats bleeding in space. Black Bolt and his family are next. Rising star Donny Cates and PUNISHER: WAR JOURNAL artist Ariel Olivetti bring their brutal talents to the Inhumans!
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