Agents of SHIELD: Inhumans

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Agents of SHIELD: Inhumans

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With the delay of Inhumans and the upcoming Doctor Strange, Agents of SHIELD has a much wider world to work in. In a press roundtable after their Comic-Con panel, we talked to executive producers Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen about what those things meant for the future of the show.

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Agents of SHIELD introduced the history of the Marvel cinematic universe’s version of the Inhumans in its second season. But, since there was going to be an Inhumans movie in 2018, the writers were a bit restricted in what they could do. With Inhumans completely lacking a release date right now—first pushed back and then dropped from the schedule—Agents of SHIELD is benefiting.

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“We do have a little more freedom,” said Jed Whedon. “We’ve told a couple of seasons of stories but now we do have some more freedom. So when we return to focusing on Inhumans, we’ll be able to do a little bit more.” That freedom, Whedon and Tancharoen said, included being able to use some of the classic Inhumans. We’re pushing for Lockjaw.

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As you can see from this Spoiler TV information, the writers will be having more freedom when it comes to what Inhumans they can use when working on the upcoming season.  Now while I hate having the movie dropped from the schedule of the Marvel movies.  I am glad it gives our amazing writers more to do with the show.  I hope that they can bring in some fascinating inhumans and give our team a whirlwind experience!

 

What do you think?  Who’s your favorite inhuman? Tweet me your answers: @aosfans

 

Make sure you tune in Tuesday, September 20th at 10 pm  for Agents of SHIELD.

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