First Look Of ‘Inhumans’ Unveiled, Poster Shows Off Members Of Royal Family By Dipannita | May 05, 2017 07:06 PM EDT The first official photo of "Inhumans" has been released, giving fans a peek into the look of the cast members who comprise the Royal Family. The photo shows off Gorgon, Karnak, Medusa, Black Bolt and others in their elaborate attires and it does look like the TV show is going to be an exciting treat. The first official look of "Inhumans" has been released and it shows the members of the Royal Family in their exclusive attires, Screen Rant reported. It has Ken Leung featuring as Karnak, Eme Ikwuakor as Gorgon, Serinda Swan playing Medusa, Iwan Rheon as Maximus, Anson Mount as Black Bolt, and Isabelle Cornish as Crystal. However, Triton, Lockjaw, and Auran are missing in the poster. From the looks, it is clear that the comic costumes have been followed, but the changes are also evident. Watch video Of all the character shown in the first poster of "Inhumans," only Crystal has remained true to the comics. Others have been made to undergo changes. Still, some characteristics have remained intact and they include the facial mark of Karnak, the suit of Black Bolt, the trademark cloak of Gorgon, and the purple dress of Medusa. In the meantime, executive producer Scott Buck has said that "Inhumans" will be a show close to reality, claimed IGN. This is because the team has approached the characters as real people who just happen to be blessed with special abilities. Though he did not confirm any crossover, he did say that the happenings on the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." might affect the ABC show. As fans know, the first two episodes of "Inhumans" will premiere in IMAX theaters and would run for two weeks in Sept. After that, ABC will start telecasting the show on Tuesdays in the same month and the series will consists of eight episodes. Well, the looks of the characters have aroused enough curiosity and though it will take some time before the show goes on air, fans are excited to see the live action on screen.