This week saw the conclusion of Inhumans vs X-Men, which means we're mere weeks away from Resurrxion and a whole new status quo for both franchises. For the Inhumans, their royal family are heading to space to discover the truth behind the mystery of the Terrigen Crystals, but one of them won't be coming home. Ahead of the release of Al Ewing and Jonboy MeyersRoyals #1, we've got an unlettered first look.

Royals harkens back to the more cosmic Inhumans stories of their earlier days, which were revisited last decade by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning with their various Marvel Cosmic titles which saw the Inhuman royal family assume command of the Kree Empire. This time, the space-faring Inhumans don't have the numbers and aren't particularly well-liked off-world, so it's no surprise that one of them isn't going to make it back.

Check out the preview below:


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Jonboy Meyers / Marvel Comics
Jonboy Meyers / Marvel Comics
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Here's the full solicitation information:

ROYALS #1 (FEB170803)
Written by AL EWING
Art & Cover by JONBOY MEYERS
Hip-Hop Variant by KERON GRANT (FEB170805)
Variant Covers by SIMONE BIANCHI (FEB170804) and PAUL MCCAFFREY
Action Figure Variant by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER (FEB170807)
Classic Variant by NEAL ADAMS (FEB170806)
Young Variant by SKOTTIE YOUNG (FEB170808)
A myth from the future. A quest to the far stars. A legend written across galaxies. Guided by the other-dimensional Kree warrior known as Marvel Boy, the Inhuman Royal Family departs on an odyssey across all creation on search for lost secrets — and the last hope — of their people.
Penned by fan-favorite Al Ewing (The Ultimates, New Avengers, Loki: Agent of Asgard) and drawn by the white-hot Jonboy Meyers (Teen Titans, Spawn), ROYALS is a Marvel-style space epic that takes the Inhuman Royal Family and plunges them into the unknown! The knowledge they seek could change the course of Inhuman destiny, but it cannot be attained without cost...for at the end of days, the Last Inhuman tells the tale of how seven left Earth for the stars...but only six returned.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99