INHUMANITY #1 sells out and goes back to press

by Jeff

Inhumanity_1_2nd_Print_Cover INHUMANITY #1 sells out and goes back to pressMedia Release — It’s the issue everyone talking about – INHUMANITY #1 – and today, Marvel is proud to announce that INHUMANITY #1 has sold out at the distributor level (though copies may be available at retail level) and will immediately be going back to press!

From critically acclaimed writer Matt Fraction and blockbuster artist Olivier Coipel – for years they have hid from the world, existing on the fringe. But the cataclysmic events of INFINITY have made their presence known the world over. The Inhuman city of Attilan lies in ruins. It’s king – the mighty Black Bolt is missing and believed dead. Attilan’s destruction has unleashed the Terrigen Mists upon the planet Earth.

Fans and critics agree – INHUMANITY #1 is a hit!
“Grabs you and keeps you glued to each page” – ComicVine

“The artwork on this book is phenomenal” – Newsarama

“Some of the most interesting story telling I’ve read in a while” – Comics Refueled

Thousands of new Inhumans are emerging from every corner of the Marvel Universe, mutated by the vapors themselves. Possessing new and terrible powers, they emerge from their cocoons to a world changed. Who are these new Inhumans? And will they use their new powers to save the Marvel Universe? Or destroy it?

And don’t miss INHUMANITY #2 from Matt Fraction and critically acclaimed artist Nick Bradshaw for the continuing story of the Inhumans and their queen Medusa.

As thousands of new Inhumans emerge from every corner of the Marvel Universe – what will become of the Inhuman Royal Family? Sins and secrets stand revealed when both the smash hit INHUMANITY #1 Second Printing and INHUMANITY #2 hit comic shops this January!

Cover by JUAN DOE
FOC – 12/23/13, ON SALE – 01/29/14

Art & Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
FOC – 12/23/13, ON SALE – 01/29/14

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