Marvel has already announced the new All-New Inhumans series, and today, we learn what James Asmus, Charles Soule, and Stefan Caselli bring to the series.

In an interview with Marvel.com, writer James Asmus said, “All-New Inhumans in particular will focus on the strange and dangerous complication that come from a global unleashing of NuHumans. This book will be the number one way to see exactly how the Marvel Universe is changing as the Terrigen Cloud moves through the world. It’s about getting into countries hit by the cloud – through any means necessary – to help those who need it, and to stop those out to kill/exploit/harvest their fellow NuHumans.”

Here is how Marvel describes the series:

Part diplomatic emissaries, part covert strike team, Crystal and her team have one mission: protect their new and growing race by any means necessary! As the Terrigen Cloud rips across the planet, leaving new Inhumans in its wake – Crystal, Gorgon, Flint, Naja and Grid travel all over the world and stop at nothing to help those in need, and put a stop to those who would harm their people.B ut when mysterious Skyspears begin appearing all over the world, their appearance could have dangerous and cataclysmic consequences for Inhumans across the globe.

What they hell is a Skyspears?

“Skyspears are big obelisk-type artifacts that have appeared in or near population centers all around the globe,” explains Charles Soule. “They can’t be moved, or damaged, or even really affected in any way. Their purpose is part of a pretty long play, but the All-New Inhumans will definitely be involved with their ongoing story.”

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Okay. Skyspears vs. NuHumans in All-New Inhumans #1 arrives in December.

via Marvel

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