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By Courtney Key

Marvel released a teaser image for a new Summer 2015 story titled Inhumans: Attilan Rising today. As first reported by Entertainment Weekly, Attilan Rising will build upon the events of Infinity, in which the ancestral home of the Inhumans was destroyed.

Attilan's rise seems to come at the cost of a fall for the X-Men and Avengers in the new series.

Attilan’s rise seems to come at the cost of a fall for the X-Men and Avengers in the new series.

The artwork tease released by Marvel, drawn by W. Scott Forbes, shows Medusa and Black Bolt with other Inhumans standing on top of a mountain of destruction on which lie the bodies of both X-Men and Avengers, including Thor and Cyclops. Captain America’s shield is placed ominiously in the lower right corner of the image, and Hulk’s giant green hand is also draped across the rubble.

Attilan Rising joins a flurry of other new titles and crossovers recently announced by Marvel, including a new Secret Wars by Jonathan Hickman, and a relaunch of Civil War. The Summer 2015 launch date suggests the book may tie into the Secret Wars event.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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Courtney is a returning reader to the world of comic books, drawn back in by the power of Tom Hiddleston's portrayal of Loki in the MCU and her attraction to broken antagonists with questionable hair. Favorite titles she's currently reading include Loki Agent of Asgard, Saga, Silver Surfer, Ms. Marvel, Gotham Academy, and The Wicked + The Divine. Older favorite comics are Lucifer, Sandman, Kieron Gillen's Journey into Mystery and Young Avengers, and Runaways. When she is not watching television or reading comics and novels, Courtney torments herself by attempting to write fiction. Her favorite apocalyptic scenario is the eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano. She enjoys riding horses and distrusts chickens, which she considers to be merely T-Rexes in a clever disguise. One day they'll reveal their true colors and you'll see. You'll all see.

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One Response

  1. James Hammond

    Marvel really wants me to care about the inhumans, but it’s so obvious that this doesn’t come from some inspired, creator driven core.

    It’s like someone putting a texture pack on minecraft and calling it a brand new franchise.

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