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Getting ready to check this out. Interesting angle. Looks at collateral damage super heros cause; arrogance; and the wake left in their path.

Can't wait to see how this turns out. Cinematography looks great, as long as it's not a crap show it should if nothing else be visually entertaining with lots of bass and explosions for surround sound.




Link to original video: https://youtu.be/tcrNsIaQkb4



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I’ll give it a shot. I usually enjoy Karl Urban’s projects.
 
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Having watched the first episode, I have to admit I got angry at the arrogance of the supers. It’ll be interesting to follow this story to its conclusion.



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I'm two episodes in and am enjoying it. I like how supers are portrayed in a different light.
 
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I am on episode 4. I kept thinking Homelander looked familiar to me but I couldn't place him. And then he did a little smirk.... Antony Starr, the Sheriff for the series "Banshee".
 
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They had me at "Elisabeth Shue".


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They had me at "Elisabeth Shue".


I started watching today because there's nothing else. I like the twist.

I was going to ask what role is she playing then I remembered what she looked like. She's like the head of vought corporation



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They had me at "Elisabeth Shue".


I started watching today because there's nothing else. I like the twist.

I was going to ask what role is she playing then I remembered what she looked like. She's like the head of vought corporation


The face, the head is up on floor 82. Wink
 
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I like it. A "fun" look (though I suppose not really all that original) at the superhero genre.

I wonder how long we'll have to wait for Season 2?


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I'm watching it. I'm about four episodes in. I'm not binge-watching, so it hasn't grabbed me by the neck, but yeah, it's a novel twist on the super-hero-as-good-guy trope.




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I also laughed at Homelander explaining the realities of physics to Queen Maeve on the airliner.


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I am on episode 4. I kept thinking Homelander looked familiar to me but I couldn't place him. And then he did a little smirk.... Antony Starr, the Sheriff for the series "Banshee".


I thought he was familiar, well son of a bitch.
I loved Banshee but without the beard and with the blonde hair I didn't catch it. Eek

Through 3 episodes and funny now how we are rooting for the good-guys Super Heroes to get squashed. Smile
 
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Through 3 episodes and funny now how we are rooting for the good-guys Super Heroes to get squashed.



They don't seem all that heroic at all, murdering people, accidentally killing bystanders and not giving a shit, perverted behavior, etc. So its easy to root against them, they aren't heroes at all, just frauds and assholes.

I am enjoying it so far




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Spice Girls pep talk. AWESOME!!

I am enjoying far more then I thought I would.

It’s quirky as hell with quirky characters and I dig it.


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I am enjoying far more then I thought I would. It’s quirky as hell with quirky characters and I dig it.


Well said - it's very entertaining, I gave it 1 episode at a time and haven't been disappointed - the choice of actors carry the day, specifically Karl Urban and the rest of his crew.

I hope they do a Season 2.
 
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“You’re like the Rainman of fucking people over.” HA!!!!

The music is very well chosen as well. Not overbearing but really adds to the show/story telling.

Also Black Noir is Snake Eyes undercover. That is all.


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I enjoyed the hell out of Season 1 of The Boys. I was pleasantly surprised, after recently being disappointed by the mediocre first season of Umbrella Academy, a similar "flawed superhero" series.
 
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Just finished the season, also. I was pleased with the way it ended and am looking forward to seeing more.



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After watching the series, it made me think that Anthony Starr could replace Pine for Kirk if he doesnt come back .
 
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They had me at "Elisabeth Shue".

They had me at "Karl Urban." Big Grin

We're also really enjoying the show, too. The guy who plays Frenchie is great. I think the weak link is Jack Quaid, the guy who plays Hughie. He's just not a good actor, IMO.
 
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