Things We Saw Today: The Internet Did Not Love the First Picture of Marvel’s Inhumans TV Show

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Entertainment Weekly got an exclusive first look at Marvel’s upcoming Inhumans on ABC, but comics fans on Twitter were more interested in making fun of the first cast photo, which … underwhelmed.

The much-delayed show came about after Marvel Studios indefinitely shelved an announced Inhumans movie. The Inhumans are hybrid alien/humans with special powers and in short, Marvel doesn’t have the rights to X-Men. But I’ll be tuning in just to see if they can pull off Medusa’s prehensile super-hair. (via EW)

    • Oh hey have you heard that it’s Star Wars day? It’s Star Wars day, and it’s been impossible to escape. I think I got Star Wars-themed promotions from every brand under the Tatooine suns. Anyway, women are a huge and growing presence in the Star Wars fandom, according to Her Universe founder Ashley Eckstein and also my Tumblr dash. (via Bustle)
    • Would it absolutely shock you to hear that some Republican congressmen haven’t even read the trainwreck healthcare bill they approved today? (via Twitter)
    • Liam Neeson showed up at a sandwich shop after it made a sign saying “Liam Neeson eats here for free.” Hey, even Liam Neeson loves free sandwiches. (via AV Club)

What did you see today that wasn’t about Star Wars?

(image: Fox)

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