46 thoughts on “Amazon’s The Boys: Season 1 Review

  1. Homelander is unironically one of the best superheroes ever. The writing around him is superb and the acting is unmatched. Truly perfect casting

  2. The whole point of the boys was to show how the superheroes don't care about their antics, adding more of it would make them more nicer which is not the point of the series

  3. I think it's hilarious that Black Noir just "exists" without saying or doing anything because Batman is just rich and doesn't have any superpowers.

  4. Homelander along with Butcher and Frenchie are 'The Boys'. Everyone else feel like fillers. Even Hughie start getting boring after Translucent blows up !

  5. More superhero antics? The mongoloid who wrote this review completely missed the point of the show if all he wants is more explosions and action

  6. No one seems to be taking about how bad Butcher’s accent is. In about the fourth episode someone referred to him as “that British guy” and I genuinely laughed out loud because up to that point I thought he was attempting an Australian accent badly, not a British one abysmally. Other than that I loved this series.

  7. I just realized it’s practically the Justice League in different costumes, we’ve got:

    A-Train = Flash
    The Deep = Aquaman
    Black Noir = Batman
    Queen Maeve = Wonder Women
    Homelander = Superman

    – Never crossed my mind how unoriginal they really are

  8. Why simon pegg just get the "Hughie Father" role and i think it will better if he play role as "Hughie". Thats will be awsome to hear two accent british character throwing some dark jokes, just my opinion i hope anyone agree with me 😄😄

  9. I really like this show, the biggest hurdle for me though is that "the Boys" comics is my favorite comic series so getting used to the differences and I dont mean small changes either, Translucent is not in the comic version of the 7 is one of them. Once I got the idea it wasn't going to follow the comic it became very enjoyable

  10. I love this show because it showcases how Supers would be in the world and how image is more important than actually saving people

  11. It's so tame compared to the comic books. I was deeply disappointed. In times of GoT and Spartacus there is basically no limit to showing what you want to. And I can't comprehend the makers decision to show practically nothing… sigh

  12. Loved the show but would've preferred a movie with all the gore and perverse nature of the comics. And with Simon Pegg as Wee Hughie.

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