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Two Marvel Teasers: Inhumans & Resurrection

Marvel released a pair of teasers with one for the upcoming new Inhumans event and another about “Resurrection” from Brian Wood and Kris Anka.

The speculation online for quite a while regards to the new Inhumans event is that Marvel Comics and Marvel Studios are going to be using the Inhumans basically as a replacement for the X-Men and mutants, as Disney doesn’t own the movie rights to X-Men. As a result of the events in the Infinity event, Black Bolt unleashed a terrigen mist bomb that activated dormant Inhuman powers on the people of Earth, in effect giving them all different powers and creating outcasts. Sound familiar? Sounds like Fraction, Brevoort and Alonso have an uphill battle on their hands with this one.

The Wood teaser could be something X-Men related as well, or who knows maybe Adam Warlock.

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Stan Lee Says Inhumans Movie Probably Coming & Ben Affleck Will Be A Great Batman (Video)

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Stan Lee once again mentions upcoming potential Marvel Studios movies with Black Panther, Doctor Strange and Inhumans.

This is at least the third time in the last year or so that Stan Lee has mentioned them as being in development, which would most likely be for the Marvel Studios Phase 3 plans.

We also know it looks likely that Vin Diesel will be attached to one of them as Diesel said he will be launching a new franchise with Marvel in 2016; perhaps it is Inhumans after all, and Diesel will play Black Bolt.

Below in the following video (via TooFab), Stan Lee first talks about Ben Affleck as Batman stating he thinks he will do a great job.

Stan Lee then goes on to say about the potential Marvel Studios Phase 3 movies: “They are going to do the Black Panther. They are going to use Doctor Strange. They are going to do Ant-Man. They are going to do the Guardians of the Galaxy. They will probably do the Inhumans. They are going to do all of them sooner or later.”

Interestingly enough, Marvel Comics is launching a new Inhumans event and ongoing comic book series at the beginning of 2014. Marvel usually doesn’t bother much with the lesser known characters (i.e. Guardians of the Galaxy) unless something bigger is being planned in the movies or TV.

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Marvel Teaser #4 Asks “Are We…?”

Marvel teaser #4 asks “Are We…?” continuing with a series of questions that surround something coming out in December.

More than likely these are related to Matt Fractions new Inuman series and event with “Inhumanity.”

Marvel stated as a result of what goes down during Infinity, the terrigen mists spread throughout Earth giving people inhuman powers of their own.

The questions seem to fit.

We’ll have to wait a couple weeks for definite answers as Marvel looks to be announcing what the deal is either Tuesday the 17th or Wednesday the 18th.

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Matt Fraction Leaves Fantastic Four & FF

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Marvel announced that Matt Fraction is leaving both Fantastic Four and FF to make room for his new upcoming ongoing series, Inhumans.

Fantastic Four #12 and FF #11 will be Fraction’s last issues with Tom Brevoort telling CBR, Karl Kessel and Lee Allred are coming on board to take over writing chores.

Karl Kessel will pen Fantastic Four, with Lee Allred on FF.

Kessel previously worked on issues of Fantastic Four back in 2002 as well as inking Mark Waid and Mike Wieringo‘s run.

Allred is stated to be a science-fiction writer and brother to FF artist Mike Allred.

Fraction will continue to be credited on the books as he mapped out the direction.

As of the report it sounds as if Mark Bagley and Mike Allred are sticking around.

Sales for Fantastic Four hover around the 35,000 mark with FF around 30K.

Inhumans by Matt Fraction kicks off in December.

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Marvel Announces New “Inhumanity” Event; Inhumans Ongoing; Silver Surfer & Yondu Look To Be Featured

The next Marvel Event, Infinity, hasn’t even kicked off (August), and it’s already announced what is to come.

December will see Inhumanity, an Inhumans event where the Terrigen Mists are unleashed over the entire Earth activating “sleeper” Inhumans as a result of what takes place in Infinity.

The center of the event will be the new Inhuman book by Matt Fraction.

Marvel also released a teaser image of sorts (via EW) that is said to show some of the characters that will be featured in the new Inhumanity event.

We see the Silver Surfer as well as an original member of the Guardians of the Galaxy with Yondu.

Yondu is rumored for the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, played by Michael Rooker.

The new Inhumanity event is also being compared to Game of Thrones.

The ramifications of “Inhumanity” will spread across the globe — and beyond — as Inhuman society grows and splinters into factions. “The ashes of this royal family smolder,” says Fraction. “You see who lives, who dies, who’s left, and how they begin to try and rebuild. Once this city falls, all kinds of bigger things start happening.” Alonso compares the event to Game of Thrones, and promises to explore the Inhumans’ “long, torturous history.” The ripple effects of “Inhumanity” will last awhile, with far-reaching implications for the whole universe. But for Fraction, it’s all about the simple gut-punch appeal: “There is a secret superhero kingdom, and you might belong there. What do you do? And what does Iron Man do? We’re turning the entire Marvel universe into a potential battlefield. And regular people are in the middle.” 

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Inhumans Motion-Comic Movie Trailer Now Online

[[wysiwyg_imageupload:5310:]]The new Marvel Knights Inhumans motion-comic movie that debuts in April now has a new trailer to go with it.

It’s based on the Paul Jenkins and Jae Lee run. 

The Marvel Knights Inhumans DVD has a April 23, 2013 release at a suggested retail price of $14.97.

The Inhumans will also have a featured role in the upcoming Marvel Comics event, Infinity, and may have a Marvel Studios film.

 

Synopsis
The Inhumans have always been one of Marvel’s most enduring oddities. A race of genetic outsiders, they live secluded in their island kingdom of Attilan, preferring not to mix with the outside world. Even stranger, their genetic mutations are self-endowed; each Inhuman, as a coming-of-age ritual, endures exposure to the Terrigen Mists, a strange substance that imparts unearthly powers–some extraordinary, some monstrous.

But now the kingdom of Attilan is under attack from without and within. Can the Royal Family, led by Black Bolt, repel the foreign invaders who blast at their outer defenses, as well as the internal threat of Black Bolt’s insane brother, Maximus the Mad?

This popular series takes a classic Marvel cast of characters, and infuses it with a modern sensibility that includes international politics and an awareness of class systems. Dark and grimly compelling, the “Inhumans” is one story that won’t be forgotten any time soon.

Bonus Features Include:
A Look Back At The Inhumans with Eisner Award-winning writer Paul Jenkins, Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada and Supervising Producer Kalia Cheng.

Total Feature Running Time: +/– 132 minutes

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Inhumans Motion-Comic Debuts In April; Foreshadowing New Movie?

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Perhaps foreshadowing a live-action film, this April will see a new animated motion-comic hitting the shelves with Paul Jenkins and Jae Lee’s Marvel Knights Inhumans adaptation of their 1998-1999 comic book series.

Recent years has seen Marvel put out a number of animated movies that could be looked at as a testing ground for their live-action counterparts, as an Iron Man Extremis motion-comic was also released, and Stan Lee did say an Inhumans movie is in the works (in addition to Doctor Strange and Black Panther).

It could be that Inhumans will be part of Marvel Studios Phase 3 plans, much the same way the Ant-Man Movie and the Doctor Strange movie are.

Marvel Knights Inhumans DVD has a April 23, 2013 release at a suggested retail price of $14.97.

 

Synopsis
The Inhumans have always been one of Marvel’s most enduring oddities. A race of genetic outsiders, they live secluded in their island kingdom of Attilan, preferring not to mix with the outside world. Even stranger, their genetic mutations are self-endowed; each Inhuman, as a coming-of-age ritual, endures exposure to the Terrigen Mists, a strange substance that imparts unearthly powers–some extraordinary, some monstrous.

But now the kingdom of Attilan is under attack from without and within. Can the Royal Family, led by Black Bolt, repel the foreign invaders who blast at their outer defenses, as well as the internal threat of Black Bolt’s insane brother, Maximus the Mad?

This popular series takes a classic Marvel cast of characters, and infuses it with a modern sensibility that includes international politics and an awareness of class systems. Dark and grimly compelling, the “Inhumans” is one story that won’t be forgotten any time soon.

Bonus Features Include:
A Look Back At The Inhumans with Eisner Award-winning writer Paul Jenkins, Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada and Supervising Producer Kalia Cheng.

Total Feature Running Time: +/– 132 minutes

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“Definitely A Doctor Strange Movie” Says Stan Lee; Inhumans & Black Panther Being Developed

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Will the Doctor Strange movie be part of Marvel Studios “Phase 3” films?

If Stan Lee is correct, it seems likely.

Stan Lee attended the recent Savannah Film Fest where “The Man” answered audience questions with one being about future super hero movies (via The District).

Not only does Stan Lee say that a Doctor Strange movie is being made, but also Black Panther and the Inhumans.

“Oh they are all being made into movies! I can tell you there will definitely be a Dr. Strange movie! They are working on Antman, which requires really small cameras! Black Panther is being developed, one of my favorites…the Inhumans…All the hero’s will eventually be made into movies.”

All three of the movies that Stan Lee mentioned have been said to be in development at one time or another. The latest in regards to Doctor Strange is that he will be appearing in Thor 2, and we here at Cosmic Book News think Strange might be filling Coulson’s role in the Marvel “Phase Two” movies of bringing them all together, much like Coulson did for Marvel’s “Phase One” movies and The Avengers.

It’s quite possible that Ant-Man, Doctor Strange and the Inhumans could make up Marvel’s “Phase Three” movie leading to “The Avengers 3.” With Thanos said to be the big bad guy of “The Avengers 2,” who would fit for the third? Ultron?

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Marvel May Have Teased Guardians Of The Galaxy and Doctor Strange Movie

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Ryan Penagos, Marvel Comics Executive Editorial Director, and Agent_M on Twitter, tweeted the following teaser, of sorts.

The image is of a folder of Ryan’s e-mails for the various Marvel related movies.

It’s in alphabetical order, and we see two spots are blurred out.

Now just what could they be?!

The first could easily be for the Doctor Strange movie, with the second the Guardians of the Galaxy movie, or perhaps Inhumans. All of which are said to be in the works.

If we go by the number of characters, “Dr. Strange” seems to fit.

While “Inhumans” seems too short, “Guardians” with part of “Galaxy” might just work.

And what’s with 666 for The Avengers?!

Agent_M didn’t respond to CosmicBookNews.com’s tweets when mention of the Guardians of the Galaxy movie was made.

Recently, Marvel Studios President and Producer, Kevin Feige, mentioned the team they would use for a Guardians of the Galaxy movie would be the most recent, DnA and Brad Walker’s version.

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