As you may recall, the Inhumans series (Inhumans) which landed on ABC in 2017 was canceled almost immediately, without even the first season completing its programming on the network. One of those characters made his entrance into the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a bad end. What is he telling us Kevin Feige?
Despite being one of the biggest producers in film history, who has headed the largest and most expensive Hollywood film franchise for 15 years now, Kevin Feige does not forget his failures and one of them concerns the Inhumans.
Not only did the film version achieve the undesirable distinction of being the only Marvel Cinematic Universe blockbuster that was first assigned a release date and then never got to shooting, but the ill-fated TV show ranks. how the worst reviewed film or television project of the Feige eraand was unceremoniously canceled before it even finished its eight-episode run.
Just when it was thought that intergalactic heroes could be welcomed back into the family, they have arrived Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness And Ms. Marvel to end every conversation in an instant. Apparently, fans have noticed the boss’s apparent hatred of these characters.
It was undoubtedly hilarious and sadistic to bring back Anson Mount’s Black Bolt to instantly blow his head from the inside, while we’ve long known that Iman Vellani’s Kamala Khan wouldn’t follow the origins of its comic book counterpart. The treatment of Inhumans in the MCU canon does not portend the much desired return of Chloe Bennet’s Quake, unless, of course, Feige does not despise the cosmic cabal at all and is lulling us into a false sense of security.
Meanwhile, Doctor Strange 2 landed on Disney Plus yesterday? Have you already reviewed it after the experience in the room or was it the first time you watched it? Let us know in the comments!