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‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ (ABC): Lockjaw

Inhumans is rife with terrible CGI, but the biggest offender by far is this 2,000-pound teleporting doggie who whisks Black Bolt’s friends and family from the moon to Hawaii and back again. A literally massive undertaking to bring to life, Lockjaw has only been an intermittent presence since the first episode in order to save the production time and money. We still hope he finds a forever family after the show’s almost inevitable cancellation. — Ethan Alter
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10 times CGI on TV was just the worst

The battle between Black Bolt (Anson Mount) and his usurper brother Maximus (Iwan Rheon) for the throne of Attilan draws to a close on tonight’s season finale of Marvel’s Inhumans. But one could argue that the more formidable opponent the Inhuman Royal Family has faced all season long has been terrible CGI. From Medusa’s rubber-band like hair to Gorgon’s oft-hidden hooved feet, the superhero show’s special effects have been less than super, especially compared with such top-notch Marvel Cinematic Universe spectacles as Thor: Ragnarok. Even at a time when series have raised the bar for television F/X, Inhumans spotlights how some TV still falls short. Here’s a look back at some of the worst CGI eyesores to ever grace the small screen.

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