1. Scott Buck
I have nothing against Scott Buck. He has an established TV career as writer for Six Feet Under, Rome and Dexter, and surely has a passion for superheroes and comic book adaptations. But if Marvel Studios wanted Inhumans to land safely, they should have waited until after the reactions to Iron Fist.
Buck’s handling of characters and storylines for Iron Fist was clunky at best, and didn’t show enough of a reason to give him a larger story, a larger cast and just a larger show in general. Inhumans suffers because it shows promise with Black Bolt, but the rest of the characters are rote and stale, and the story that drives the premiere episodes never excites. We saw every development coming because of the trailer, and it all ends in a way intended to keep intrigue for Episode #3, but the question needs to be answered first off “why should we care?” Buck has not shown enough promise in Marvel to continue on creating shows, and should be stopped now before its too late and we have more seasons of terrible shows.