With Marvel NOW! 2.0 upon us, we take a look back at some of the first All-New, All-Different titles that left us too soon.
Marvel is doing a TV series about the Inhumans' Royal Family - CBR fills you in on just who's who in the family!
Karnak has reached the heart of the IDIC death cult, and he knows what happened to the abducted boy. Now he just has to get out alive. Unless he joins the cult. And brings on the end of the world. Which is strangely possible.
In Warren Ellis and Roland Boschi's "Karnak" #4, Karnak infiltrates the Chapel of the Single Shadow.
In Warren Ellis and Roland Boschi's "Karnak" #3, Karnak guesses the reason why the Inhuman boy was kidnapped and forces S.H.I.E.L.D. take a trip to the Chapel of the Single Shadow.
Warren Ellis, Gerardo Zaffino and Antonio Fusio's "Karnak" #2 suffers a bit from some artistic consistencies, but the story about the Inhuman who senses the weaknesses in all things is ultimately the issue's biggest flaw.
Axel Alonso preps fans for what to expect when the acclaimed "Daredevil" team takes on "Black Widow," and addresses the future of "The Vision."
Upgrade your Sunday with new Marvel art from Steve Dillon, Tim Seeley, Siya Oum, Neal Adams and Gerardo Zaffino.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso informed CBR that the "Karnak" creative team is working to get the next issue out "as quickly as possible."
Axel Alonso starts 2016 by talking Marvel's latest launches including "Spider-Man/Deadpool," "Rocket Raccoon and Groot" and "A-Force."
In Warren Ellis and Gerardo Zaffino's "Karnak" #1, Agent Coulson persuades Karnak to assist two parents whose son had been exposed to the Terrigan Mists.
Axel Alonso discusses why Marvel scheduled another issue of "Secret Wars," and looks at upcoming new series including "Totally Awesome Hulk."
Ellis talks turning the lesser-known Inhuman supporting player into the deadly lead of an "astonishingly bleak" series.