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Meet The Royal Family In New Inhumans Character Posters

Apparently, the eclipse doesn't just bring out a high demand for special glasses– it also brings out Marvel's Inhumans. The comic book giant shared new character posters of the royal family from the upcoming series on their Twitter account Monday, accompanying them with the caption, "Behold The Royal Family! As the Great American #SolarEclipse2017 cast its shadow from west to east, Marvel's #Inhumans triumphantly emerged."

The character posters kick off with Anson Mount's Black Bolt, the silent king with a voice so powerful that even a whisper can level a city. By his side is his queen, Medusa (Serinda Swan), who has prehensile hair that she uses to ward off her enemies. Opposing both of them is Iwan Rheon's Maximus, Black Bolt's ambitious brother whose coup sends the royal family fleeing to Hawaii.

The next set of character posters begins with Isabelle Cornish's Crystal, the younger sister of Queen Medusa who has the ability to control the elements. She is also backed up by her adorable pet Lockjaw, a 2,000 pound teleporting bulldog unfortunately left out of the latest batch of posters. (It's okay, he was the star of the show's trailer.)

Then there is Gorgon, the guardian. Played by Eme Ikwuakor, Gorgon is the leader of the Attilan military who has the ability to generate seismic waves with his hooves, which he shows off in the poster. Following him is Ken Leung's Karnak, the visionary who serves as Black Bolt's close advisor. Karnak has the ability to see fault in all things: plans, structures, and more. Rounding out the latest batch of posters is Mike Moh's Triton, the operative with the fish-like ability to live underwater.

Inhumans will premiere its first two episodes for two weeks in IMAX theaters starting on Sept. 1, with tickets available now. The show will then move over to the small screen on Sept. 29, airing at 9 p.m. on Friday nights on ABC for the remainder of its eight-episode run. While we wait for the show to premiere, see some of the other entertainment events you have to look forward to next month.