Those Who Would Destroy Us

Marvel's InhumansThough Black Bolt and the others try to fit in on Earth, it’s hard to disguise their powers. Lockjaw has deposited them, somewhat haphazardly, in various locales near Oahu, Triton and Gorgon’s last known location. Lockjaw drops Black Bolt into the middle of a busy intersection in Oahu, where he immediately attracts the attention of the police after causing an accident. Even a change of wardrobe into something a little more earthly proves problematic, as the King of Atillan is unaccustomed to having to pay for anything, and even less accustomed to anyone trying to arrest him for having failed to pay for something. He is left with a choice – utter even a single sound with his voice, which could wreak untold destruction on the people and city around him, or submit to arrest and play by human rules.

Maximus dispatches his personal guard, Auran, to round up Medusa, Gorgon, and Karnak, but Auran’s attempt to apprehend Medusa ends with the spilling of her own blood. Karnak and Gorgon each begin making their way toward civilization, aware that their presence could disrupt the lives of those around them. Auran recovers from the fight with Medusa and calls for backup in bringing the royal fugitives back to the moon. Her orders are different, however, if she should see Black Bolt: he is to be killed on sight.

Download this episode via Amazonwritten by Scott Buck
based on the comics by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby
directed by Roel Reine
music by Sean Callery

InhumansCast: Cast: Anson Mount (Black Bolt), Serinda Swan (Medusa), Ken Leung (Karnak), Eme Ikwuakor (Gorgon), Isabelle Cornish (Crystal), Ellen Woglom (Louise), Iwan Rheon (Maximus), Mike Moh (Triton), Sonya Balmores (Auran), Nicola Peltz (New Inhuman), Marco Rodriguez (Kitang), Ari Dalbert (Bronaja), Tom Wright (George Ashland), Aaron Hendry (Loyolis), Ty Quiamboa (Holo), Michael Buie (King Agon), Stephanie Anne Lewis (Paripan), Kala Alexander (Makani), Tanya Clarke (Queen Rynda), Albert Ueligitone (Pablo), Moses Goods (Eldrac), Dan Cooke (Cowboy), Nolan Hong (Tourist Husband), Brutus Lebenz (Cabbie), Tani Fujimoto-Kim (Clerk), Rick Agan (Police Officer), Lopaka Kapanui (Police Lietenant), Miriam Lucien (Serene Inhuman)

LogBook entry by Earl Green