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Watch this: Comic-Con 'Marvel's Inhumans' trailer shows Medusa in action
When Medusa gets mad, her hair could strangle you.
The newest trailer for
's "Inhumans" series released at San Diego
Friday night showcases the superpowers that this royal family of heroes can wield.
The two-minute trailer starts with a woman running from pursuers, during which she meets a green-skinned man who introduces her to the city of Attilan -- a hidden place on the moon where superpowered humanlike Inhumans live.
Following which are snippets of the leaders of this colony, which include Maximus (Iwan Rheon, previously from "Game of Thrones") as he clashes with his brother the king, Black Bolt (Anson Mount), over the looming threat of Attilan getting discovered.
Medusa (Serinda Swan) uses her prehensile hair to intimidate Maximus, Karnak (Ken Leung) fights his way through gunmen, Gorgon (Eme Ikwuakor) sendis tremors through the ground and Lockjaw the huge bulldog teleports characters around.
The trailer and several scenes from the show debuted at a panel Friday night, shortly before the same footage made its Imax debut outside of Comic-Con at a pop-up theater open to the public.
The first two episodes of the "Inhumans" show will premiere in Imax theaters on September 1, with the series itself debuting on ABC on September 29.
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