At some point in our lives, we’ve all thought about becoming a superhero. As a child, I wanted to become Spider Man because I loved the way he wandered and swung around the city wearing a fancy superhero costume.
But what if you learn that your favorite superhero also has a dark side. Quite shocking. Is not it ? !
“The Boys” is a famous American television series that introduces you to the dark side of the world of superheroes. It is an adaptation of the comic book of the same name, written and co-created by Garth Ennis and darick robinson under the banner of DC Comics. The first season of “The Boys” was released on July 26, 2019 and despite all the gory scenes and hard-hitting language used, it was well received by audiences and critics alike.
This series will give you an experience like you’ve never had before, as it introduces you to the “not so” super heroic side of your beloved superheroes.
The Boys is a group of vigilantes who have lost something or someone valuable to the so-called saviors. Now this group of vigilantes tryna bring down Vought International (Super Hero Management Agency) and the team of Supers (superheroes) known as “The Seven“. Here you will see the saviors of humanity tormenting their inferiors and the common people of America in the wake of satisfying their egos and self-interests. You will also learn how corrupt the Supe system can be when the power to control things falls into the wrong hands.
The Boys, with the release of its third season, has become one of the most-watched television series with over 919 million streaming minutes in the United States alone. The jaw-dropping, ultra-action, and raunchy superhero series was also nominated for six Emmy Awards, including in the Outstanding Drama Series category.
Your favorite TV series is renewed for a fourth season but release details are being kept under wraps by the creators.
Can “The Boys” bring down Supe culture, or will the Supes destroy The Boys first?