Being a PG-13 website, it’s kind of hard to show too much about The Boys, but we’ll tell you all about some of the key parts of the series. Coming soon to Amazon Prime Video, The Boys looks to take the superhero world and put it back in its place. I’m sure I’m not the only one to suggest there are too many superheroes out there, so here’s a series dedicated to keeping collateral damage down and keeping these heroes in check. But here’s a little bit of backstory behind The Boys, including the source material.
Perhaps you use Amazon on the odd occasion to buy a few bits for the house, so you invested in Amazon Prime – You know, the somewhat expensive service which gives you a pretty good deal on delivery if you use it enough? There’s a few other benefits to it, such as access to Amazon Video, a service that’s trying to compete with the streaming giant, Netflix. You can watch Top Gear 2.0 on it… and um… other things? Well this is a review of one of those things; the highly popular American Gods.
WARNING: There is a graphic image in this article, which may upset some readers. It’s been included as an example of what I think about the animation… You’ll just have to trust me.