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Marvel’s Inhumans is the next live-action television series for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Unlike Netflix’s Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist, however, it'll be joining Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC.

The first trailer that debuted just a few short weeks ago gave us a brief introduction to some of the show's characters, including Anson Mount as , Iwan Rheon as Maximus, Serinda Swan as Medusa, and Isabelle Cornish as Crystal. (And let’s also not forget the lovable canine named Lockjaw.) Now at , ABC has unveiled a brand new trailer. Check it out below:

Here are the biggest surprises, takeaways and cool moments...

1. Medusa’s Hair Is Finally Moving

One of fans' biggest gripes from the first trailer was that we didn’t get a chance to see Medusa's hair in motion. After all, having prehensile her is her signature ability. Thankfully, this trailer gives us a few brief glimpses of her hair in action, which should help satisfy fans who were a little disappointed by the first trailer.

2. Gorgon’s Destructive Stomp

We also get a great glimpse at the destructive force of Gorgon’s powerful stomp as an army of humans get knocked into the air. Gorgon can create massive shockwaves with his bull-like legs and hooves.

3. Crystal And Her Dog Lockjaw

The first teaser trailer gave us a few quick shots of Crystal and her adorable canine companion Lockjaw. This trailer gives us a better look at the pair and should put a few smiles on fans' faces.

4. Karnak Shows Off His Fighting Skills

We get one good shot of Karnak fighting off some enemy soldiers. Karnak's powers are used to sense an enemies weakness but locating the precise location to deliver a devastating blow. Though the clip is brief, it’s effective enough to show audiences that no one should mess with this Inhuman.

5. The City of Attilan Is Located On The Moon

Originally located in the North Atlantic Ocean in the comics, Attilan was a place where the Inhumans hid from the world. Now their home base will not be on Earth, but rather on the moon. The trailer makes it clear that they are living off-world, constantly destroying any kind of space equipment that they find on the moon's surface

Marvel's Inhumans appear to be the next big hit television series. Though some of the CGI may need some work, the story elements are fascinating and should provide enough depth to get to know all of the characters. What was once supposed to be a film, is now a television series which could greatly give each and every one of these characters plenty of screen time.

Marvel's Inhumans will debut its first two episodes on IMAX screens on September 29, 2017.

What did you think of the Inhumans trailer? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!


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