There's a lot of discussion about set design. People have pointed out that it looks generic or simple. I thought I'd post some examples of how Attilan appeared throughout comics history. This is part one, focusing on earlier Attilan history. This will be the early FF appearances through the 80s or so. Then I'll do another one starting with Marvel Knights up to modern times. Finally, I'll take some screenshots from the trailers for comparison. We're obviously missing a lot of Attilan right now and don't have any idea about the city itself. Part of what I want to show is how diverse its appearance has been from Kirby-esque craziness to complete simplicity. But I'll also point out that simplicity in a comic doesn't necessarily mean the same thing as on screen because, often, it's stylized to only convey necessary information (and save the penciller and inker work), so the background drops out. First up is Jack Kirby. This is drawn from the first appearance of Attilan in Fantastic Four and from the Thor backup stories (the scenes of Black Bolt swooping). Kirby is a fan of his complicated machinery. But I'll also point out the simple throne room. The tile motif is a big part of this: Next up is George Perez, who drew Attilan for the Inhumans solo series (the second solo series after their Amazing Adventures run). I chose this one because you have another shot of the throne room. Perez goes for an almost medieval look with stone and torches. But there's also the more complicated machinery of the Terrigen Chamber on the bottom left and a shot of the city on the top left. I probably could have looked for more of John Byrne. I ended up drawing from a single issue - #240 (Exodus). This is the issue where the Inhumans go to the moon. The top is the exterior with a sort of Russian St. Basil's Cathedral look for the buildings. The bottom is the interiors with fairly simple, smooth hallways, but a little more texture on the door leading into a vast multistory great hall. Finally, some of my favorite art is by Bret Blevins from the Inhumans Graphic Novel (collected in By Right of Birth). I think the first shot is either the royal bedroom or the throne room, but it's what I was talking about early by stylistic simplicity. But I just love that shot of a saddened Medusa with the Attilan skyline in the background. I also included a shot of the hallway (again, fairly bare and simple) and two pictures of a statue in the courtyard (I noticed the show uses statues, so I wanted to draw the parallel. I also wanted to point out the tile designs that Kirby had used being mirrored here). Finally, there's a double page splash of Attilan that was just too good not to include. Anyway, feel free to post some of your favorite examples of Attilan design work. This season is already filmed and the CG designs have probably been settled on, but there's always room for improvement for season two. Are there any specific takes on Attilan you think would be best to take inspiration from? Next up: Jae Lee, Roy Allan Martinez, Jim Cheung, Joe Madureira, and probably others.