“Thor: Ragnarok” fans are kicking “Marvel’s Inhumans” when it’s down.
A number of comic book devotees have taken to Twitter recently to point out that they wish that the beleaguered ABC drama series had been as enjoyable as the new Taika Waititi-directed Marvel film that stars Chris Hemsworth and opened in theaters today.
“I want a Taika Waititi Thor trilogy, Vision movie or for him to get in and fix the Inhumans,” one person tweeted.
“Had some reservations about it but #ThorRagnarok was awesome! #Marvel can do no wrong … besides ‘The Inhumans,’ that’s awful,” another user wrote.
“Marvel’s Inhumans” stars Serinda Swan (Medusa), Anson Mount (Black Bolt) and Iwan Rheon (Maximus). It was labeled a “work in progress” by ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey during a press event in August.
The show currently holds an eight percent freshness rating on Rotten Tomatoes and has been knocked by fans since trailers hit over the summer.
The tweets are below.
I want a Taikka Wattii Thor trilogy, vision movie or for him to get in and fix the inhumans
— Conor (@Killerizza_) October 26, 2017
— Kel Rensel (@kelren31) November 3, 2017
1) finally a good thor movie
2) glad iron fist and inhumans' crapness didn't seep into the films (yet)
— ultra digimon (@JoshSuperlink) October 19, 2017
The best part of this episode of Inhumans was that there was a Thor: Ragnarok trailer instead of a craptastic abomination of a tag
— Dana Leigh Brand (@DanaLeighBrand) October 28, 2017
You couldn’t pay me to watch Inhumans! ???? But I’ll be kicking Thor thought around this week if I get the chance.
— Andrew Ellard (@ellardent) October 29, 2017
Prepare to hear my gush over Thor: Ragnarok and be unimpressed with the first episode of Inhumans. Oh, Marvel, why do you tease me this way?
— *NSLING (@ChrisSlinger) October 30, 2017
Catching up on my hate watch of The Inhumans before Thor and let just tell you, it is *literally* the worst comic book adaptation ever.
— a. Benjamin (@a_benjamin) November 3, 2017
“Marvel’s Inhumans” airs Fridays at 9/8c on ABC.
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