#70 - Inhumanity Original Airdate - August 4th, 2015
Spider-Man is the only one prepared to support Triton of the Inhumans as he returns to his home city to stop his people attacking and save New York from a war between S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Inhumans.
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Decent episode. I'm not really a huge fan of the Inhumans so Triton's introduction to the show didn't really do anything for me. The other Inhumans were handled pretty well I guess, at least I can say I enjoyed this episode more than their appearance on Hulk & the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.. I would have liked to see Crystal as well, not only as a picture, but I'm guessing she'll appear eventually. How she'll actually be portrayed, that's a different story.
The fight scenes were pretty good and it was great seeing the Molten Man on this show. Also liked the fights between Spidey and the Inhumans, pretty good stuff. Maximus the Mad was a decent villain, but resorting to mind-control again was pretty boring. I liked the way Black Bolt chose peace and saved the day, that was a great little moment. The humor wasn't too bad this time - I thought Triton's reasoning for choosing Spidey as his ally was pretty funny. Also dug the allusion to Ms. Lion, from Spider-Man & his Amazing Friends.
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