Amazon's The Boys is an often brutal parody of the superhero genre, and some of its main superheroes are inspired by DC and Marvel's finest.
Amazon Prime and Eric Kripke adapted Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's The Boys comic into a TV series, but which version is superior?
Amazon's The Boys has been even more popular than Netflix's The Umbrella Academy on its first month of release, proving adult comic book appeal.
The Boys features some pretty crazy strong super-abled characters. Here are the toughest the show has to offer.
Amazon's The Boys does a lot of things right, but there are still things from the comics we prefer over the show.
From Starlight to the Deep, Amazon's The Boys made some serious improvements to the original comics when it comes to sexual violence.
As the driving force behind both shows, Eric Kripke couldn't resist dropping a major Supernatural Easter egg in the season finale of The Boys.
An image from a promo calendar for The Boys has surfaced, showing corrupt superhero The Deep in a tight costume with a prominent crotch bulge.
After the success of Preacher and The Boys, the next Garth Ennis adaptation should be The Pro: a comic about a prostitute with superpowers.
Amazon's The Boys brings us a villain to really change the superhero genre: Homelander. He's actually scarier than even Thanos, and here's why.
Amazon's The Boys TV show is packed with fascinating characters and heroes, but The Deep is the most complex and interesting of them all.
The Boys season 2 is officially in development, and while Amazon Prime's TV show is faithful to the comics, the second season should avoid this twist.
The first photo from season 2 of Amazon Prime Video's The Boys puts the main team in familiar territory, covered in blood and with bad attitudes.
The Boys is already one of Amazon Prime Video's most binged shows of 2019, but also one of their most-watched original TV series of all-time.
From Team Titanic to The Legend, here are some comic characters we really want to see in The Boys Season 2 (and some we really, really don't).
TV shows usually have to tone down their comic book source material, but Amazon's The Boys makes one character death even more disgusting.
Preacher's first season attracted some criticism from comic book fans, but The Boys season 1 found a way to avoid making the same mistake.