Weeks after a low quality version was leaked, the official “Marvel’s Inhumans” trailer was finally released Thursday. The sci-fi clip shows off not only the royal family, but also their dog Lockjaw. The alien pup seems to be making quite an impression among Marvel fans.

“Inhumans” follows the royal family of Attilan as a military coup forces them to escape to Hawaii. It seems like their alien pet will get quite a lot of attention. The trailer shows Black Bolt (Anson Mount), the king with a voice that can kill, being rescued by the massive dog. Lockjaw teleports Black Bolt to Hawaii, where the dog will shock average citizens.

Marvel audiences, on the other hand, seem to love the pup already. Unfortunately, the oversized canine seems to be the only thing they loved about the trailer. “The good — lockjaw was probably the coolest part of the trailer,” one Twitter user wrote. “The bad — lockjaw was probably the coolest part of the trailer.”

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“The only good thing about this trailer was Lockjaw,” another user succinctly wrote.

See those reactions to the “Inhumans” trailer and more below:

Lockjaw probably shouldn’t be the most exciting part of the “Inhumans” trailer, but he is an essential character. He helps the royal family, which include Black Bolt, Medusa (Serinda Swan) and Maximus (Iwan Rheon). The trailer makes it pretty clear that Lockjaw sides with Black Bolt in this family feud.

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The “Inhumans” video shows Lockjaw’s teleportation powers, but the super dog has plenty of other skills. Accoding to Marvel Database, he has superhuman strength, claws that can dig through concrete, a sense of scent that can track beings across different dimensions and he’s pretty much indestructible. Of course, this is all in addition to being incredibly adorable.

The concept of Lockjaw was a little hard for some of the actors to understand without seeing him. Henry Ian Cuisick, who plays Dr. Evan Declan, noted that the Marvel TV drama would rely heavily on CGI.

“You know the comics, right, where they have the dog? That in itself...I found it really hard to get my head around that to begin with. I was like, ‘What? A dog that teleports?’” Cuisick explained to CinemaBlend. “So that in itself is going to require a lot of special effects, I guess. I think there’s going to be quite a lot of CGI. You know we had a CGI guy on set pretty much the whole time.”

It isn’t surprising that the series is going to rely on special effects. After all, Marvel Television should take their chance to show off, especially since the pilot will be on IMAX screens. The first two episodes of the TV series will debut in IMAX theaters across the U.S. on Sept. 1. “Marvel’s Inhumans” will premiere on ABC Friday, Sept. 29.

As previously reported, “Inhumans” will not air at the same time as “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” The veteran Marvel show will debut Season 5 after all eight episodes of “Inhumans” have aired.