The Marvel brand is a global juggernaut that continues to dominate the box office, streaming services, toys, comics, and numerous fields in between. Aside from parent company Disney and tech giant Apple there may be no more recognizable corporation in the world than the house that superheroes built, but that doesn’t mean the company is impervious to mistakes. Just look at Iron Fist, which was panned by critics and fans alike shortly after its release as a Netflix original series earlier this year, or the response to second Thor film. Sometimes Marvel isn’t as good as we expect them to be, and we fear that will be the case once more with Inhumans. Watch the trailer above and let us know if you agree.
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