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When Dan Slott introduced the Unspoken in his Mighty Avengers run (you can read the story here and here), he was what TV Tropes called a fallen hero.

Charles Soule brought his character back in the Inhuman title, though his characterization and history bore only a superficial resemblance to the original character. Instead, he was just evil. In my opinion, this made for a much less interesting story.

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'I would certainly say this is the most significant battle the Inhumans have faced in some time. It's designed to be a game-changer for the characters. We'll learn more about what the Inhumans' role will be going forward, as well as how ordinary humans will start to deal with them. I think you can consider Issues #13, #14 and the Annual as a sort of a "season finale" for the first big chunk of "Inhuman" plot lines, where I pull together a bunch of the themes, characters and concepts I've been introducing.' - Charles Soule

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"The Paul Jenkins/Jae Lee run has been incredibly influential; that’s the definitive modern take, as far as I’m concerned, but I’ve also taken a lot of inspiration from other writers’ use of the characters: Bendis, Hickman, and others." - Charles Soule

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"I also think that this particular development of the Inhuman concept feels very organic. It's a shift that makes sense - of course there would be people across the globe with Inhuman genes." -- Charles Soule

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"It is certainly constantly evolving. I think that since this project was announced the Game of Thrones analogy has been thrown around, and that's not inaccurate, necessarily." -- Charles Soule

Medusa's been hit by the AXIS inversion...

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One of the things I liked the most about Superior Spider-Man was the romance between Otto Octavius (in Peter Parker's body) and Anna Maria Marconi. It gave Otto some humanity but it was also nice to see a non-stereotypical little person for once (although it's getting better with characters like Tyrion from A Song of Ice and Fire).

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