A dark science fiction webcomic set about 1,000 years in the future, where a religion called Rulerism based on Earth has spread across the galaxy, leaving much of space under its banner. Despite the growing unity among the galaxy, all is not well, as Rulerist troops seem to be responsible for a growing number of massacres, seemingly targeted at those whom refuse to convert. In an age where morals are twisted for the greater good, what is a human being?

Known for its unique art style (see ArtEvolution) and mature themes; not for viewers under 16. Updates weekly. [[ScheduleSlip Well, it used to.]]

Read ''Inhuman'' [[http://inhuman-comic.com/ here]]. The author's Tumblr can be found [[http://not-fun.tumblr.com/ here]].

Not to be confused with the [[ComicBook/TheInhumans super-powered lunar race]] from the MarvelUniverse.

Also, since the ''Inhuman'' website uses robots.txt, the comic is '''not''' saved by the Website/WaybackMachine, so if you want to keep up a copy of it and post it when a rainy day comes, ''be our guest''.
!!Tropes used include:
* {{Adorkable}}: Koji, in spades. Also, Juu and Ashido as well.
* TheAlcoholic: Kyo.
* AlienNonInterferenceClause: The consensus of spacefaring species is known as the Exploration Laws, the highest of which is "No species may trade technology to a less advanced species unless that species faces imminent extinction." Also, there is "Species who prefer to live in the technology status of 'moderate' but have the scientific advancement to be considered 'advanced' may be traded such technology as to permit space travel."
* AliensSpeakingEnglish: Subverted, with most aliens speaking a Universal trade language when dealing with other species, and their own languages the rest of the time.
* AllThereInTheManual: A lot of information on the various alien species, planets, and even characters' backstories are never mentioned in-story, instead being relegated to various places on the artist's website. The full cast list is found [[http://www.inhuman-comic.com/cast.php here]], while everything else is [[http://www.inhuman-comic.com/writing.php here]]
* AnalogyBackfire: An unintentional example. When explaining that Inhuman isn't a furry comic just because some characters have fur, the author states that [[Franchise/StarWars Chewbacca]] has fur too, but "you don't see anyone yiffing wookies."
* AnyoneCanDie:
** Despite being a rather popular character, [[spoiler: Juu was killed off very suddenly[[note]]Em, on page 488[[/note]].]]
* {{Backstory}}: Jet and Koji's backstory appear in sidestory chapters.
* BSideComics: Jet's Story, Cemetery, War Buddies, and No Booty Calls, plus a couple of semi-related comics that take place in the same universe, Unintentional Mishaps and Fairy Tale.
** No longer available, after the update during Arc 15 that changed the site's layout.
* BiTheWay: Kyo.
* BlackAndGrayMorality: Almost everything in the comic.
* ChurchMilitant: The Rulerists
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass:
** [[spoiler: Koji]] in Chapter 6.
** Ashido also counts as this.
* DreamSequence: Almost all of Chapter 4.
* EmpathicWeapon: Grey.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: [[spoiler: The Rulerists.]]
* EverybodySmokes: Justified in Chapter 2.
* HalfIdenticalTwins: Subverted with [[spoiler: Asilin and Benjamin.]]
* HarmfulToMinors: [[spoiler: The massacre in Chapter 4.]]
* HoYay: [[spoiler: Chovek and Kyo,]] by Word of God.
* IHaveBrothers: [[spoiler: Ash.]]
* ImprobableAge: Subverted, the youngest member of the main cast is 19, with most characters ages 24 or older.
* InadvertentEntranceCue: Kammi, Zara.
* JerkassFacade: [[spoiler: Kammi, though only in backstory.]]
* KickTheDog: Subverted, [[spoiler: Naitec's Inhuman experiments were quickly destroyed once the Rulerists realized what had gone on.]] Except said Rulerists [[DisproportionateRetribution did even worse in the process]].
* MohsScaleOfSciFiHardness: Middle of the road, attempts to justify technology in the setting, though often skews pervasiveness of some techs for plot purposes.
* MyNameIsInigoMontoya: Subverted with [[spoiler:Ashido, who refuses to let himself take revenge for his brothers' deaths.]]
* ObfuscatingStupidity: [[spoiler:Sartre.]]
* OlderThanTheyLook: Despite appearing to be in their twenties, Koji is 32, and Sartre is 38.
* OurCentaursAreDifferent: Nikitaks are six-limbed, furry aliens. They bare capable of bipedal locomotion without difficulty, resulting in four arms that are widely spaced.
* ParentalAbandonment: The Lyphas, and to some extent most of Hekshano.
* {{Planetville}}: Hekshano, by {{Word Of God}} [[http://inhuman-comic.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=919&start=15]].
* TheQuietOne: Grey.
* ScarsAreForever: Grey.
* ScienceIsBad: Played straight and subverted [[spoiler: with the Inhuman project at Naitec and the Rulerists' willingness to accept its immorality.]]
* SchizoTech: A large portion of the comic takes place on a world only recently opened up to intergalactic trade, leaving the world in the technological level of 1970's earth... with spaceships.[[labelnote:caveat]]And they can't really use those, because of the [[spoiler: minefield placed there by the Rulerists after they re-introduced supposedly illegal emigrants who left after the massacres. Jet is one of these]]. And it's been [[WordofGod confirmed]] that they don't have any that they built themselves.[[/note]]
* SickAndWrong: Trope invoked for the treatment Grey got in Rulerist service.
* SpaceMines: The ports of Hekshano are guarded by minefields.
* SpeechBubbles: Each character has a different color shadow for their speech bubbles for easy reading.
* SpotlightStealingSquad: The comic started off being about Soshika, before it moved to being about Grey and Kyotoshi. [[spoiler: After Arc 10 it started having Solla and Koji taking Soshika's role as protagonist, up to having her being kidnapped at the start of Arc 15.]]
* TooDumbToLive: Several of the characters in the comic would earn this spot, major and minor, but special mention goes to Solla, who [[spoiler: releases a captive Suega, a political prisoner who tried to kill her and several of her crew mates, and gives her a copy of the cure to a plague without any thought that she could have killed Solla at any time or lead the Rulerists to her crew]] during Arc 14.
* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: While the comic ostensibly takes place in the far future, even on planets like Earth where it's expected for futuristic technology to be widespread, the setting ends up looking like a modern day piece, just with spaceships.
* WarriorPoet: Solla.