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Black Bolt and his fellow prisoners face an all-new form of torture as the Jailer’s true self is finally revealed — and it’s more terrifying than any of them could have imagined! The stars await the survivors, but someone must pay the ultimate penance. Who lives and who dies in the Jailer’s sick game?

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The fun part of this book was that I originally had developed some of the pitch as a mini-series around Crusher. Just around the time I was getting ready to pitch it to Marvel, editor Wil Moss came to me and said that since I have a background in science fiction and fantasy he was thinking about me for “Black Bolt.” I said, “It’s funny, because I have this back pocket pitch that I was going to send you.”

Then when we bounced these things off of each other they just immediately meshed. That’s where this story came from. So Crusher predates Black Bolt as far as Marvel characters I’ve wanted to write about. He’s a hero to me, even if he’s a villain.
-Saladin Ahmed

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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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"Doom, Thor, Black Bolt, Black Panther, Ka-Zar, Namor...There are many monarchs in the Marvel Universe, but only one so powerful and so reviled that he had to be written out of history. He is THE UNSPOKEN."

Who ruled the Inhumans before Black Bolt? And what happened to him?

Long live the king. )
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"Black Bolt is always depicted as part of a larger ensemble – the Inhuman royal family, the Illuminati. It’s extremely rare to see him flying off and doing his own thing from start to finish. In Uncanny Inhumans, we get to see him really mixing it up – we see how he fights, which does not always end with him uttering some perfectly apropos word and blasting his opponents into oblivion."

- Charles Soule


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