Inhumans returned for its third episode—the first that wasn’t part of Marvel’s IMAX event for the series—and it was a surprising improvement on the season premiere. Of course, if the reviews can be believed, it would be hard for the third episode to be worse than the two preceding it. The series, originally conceived as the next major film franchise for the MCU, launched to distinctly average box office numbers and less-than-brilliant ratings. More than that, Inhumans received absolutely brutal reviews that criticized everything from the costumes to the writing, the CGI to the acting, and the plotline to the world-building. In short, the first two episodes ...

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