The King of the Inhumans stars in his first solo series launching on May 3, 2017! BLACK BOLT #1 will take you deep into the mind of one of the most fascinating Inhumans of all!

Created by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee in 1965, Blackagar Boltagon, better known in the Marvel Universe as Black Bolt, first appeared in FANTASTIC FOUR #45. The “Among Us Hide The Inhumans” story arc introduced comics readers to Black Bolt, the silent leader of the royal family of Inhumans. Better watch out, though! When this silent figure speaks, he’s sure to bring down the house!

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In his long and adventure-filled history, he’s faced off against Kang the Conqueror, Ronan the Accuser and death itself! In the latest action-packed event series from MARVEL, INHUMANS VS X-MEN, he led his people against the most infamous mutants on Earth.

Making his Marvel debut, sci-fi author Saladin Ahmed (THRONE OF THE CRESCENT MOON) teams up with fan-favorite artist Christian Ward (ULTIMATES) to weave a tale set amongst the cosmos. Black Bolt, with a voice that can split a planet in two, finds himself in a place he never thought possible — trapped and imprisoned at the edge of space! Black Bolt is put in a prison that hosts the most dangerous criminals in the entire galaxy. He must figure out how he got here, and more importantly who put him there and why!

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As the newest resident of a prison designed to house the most dangerous criminals in the galaxy, Black Bolt will have to survive a fight to the death with his fellow inmate — Crusher Creel, aka The Absorbing Man! That is only the first obstacle on a mission to escape. Can he, or will he, be stopped before he even begins? Prepare for a sci-fi epic that will blow your mind when Ahmed & Ward bring you BLACK BOLT #1 — on sale May 3rd!

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