It was just a little over a month ago when I shared the Official Trailer for the now premiering Amazon Prime Video program “The Boys”. This Sony Pictures Television feature is based on a comic series with the same name that was a creation of Garth Ennis. If you missed the trailer posting, please click HERE because I also added a whole bunch of posters that are not seen in this post. Below you’ll find the Official Poster, Premise and Casting so do read on.
Premise: The Boys takes place in “a world where superheroes embrace the darker side of their massive celebrity and fame” and “revolves around a group of vigilantes known informally as ‘The Boys,’ who set out to take down corrupt superheroes with no more than blue-collar grit and a willingness to fight dirty.” Continue reading Now Streaming: “The Boys” on Amazon Prime Video (7/26/2019)→
Though I’m not an Amazon Prime member, they do have a number of shows that speak to our direct Pop Culture audience like “The Boys” series which is based on the popular Garth Ennis comic book. In this story, not ALL of the superheroes in the world of make believe are out for our best interests and instead are 100% focused on their own. The shows Final Trailer was recently released and is being presented for you down below. I’ll be back at the close with some additional editorial on the matter. Enjoy.
Premise: The Boys takes place in “a world where superheroes embrace the darker side of their massive celebrity and fame” and “revolves around a group of vigilantes known informally as ‘The Boys,’ who set out to take down corrupt superheroes with no more than blue-collar grit and a willingness to fight dirty.” Continue reading Sony Pictures Television: “The Boys” Final Trailer→
As you might have already surmised, not ALL of the superheroes in the world of make believe are out for our best interests and instead are 100% focused on their own. This latest Amazon Prime Video series called “The Boys” is based on the gripping comic book of the same name and the official trailer is down below for you to observe. Take a look.
If you’ve been following the Pop Culture side of PiercingMetal for any length of time recently, you most likely know that I also occasionally “cross-post” with my “The Chronicles Of Piercing Ken” website when I feel that an item serves each of the two creative worlds. Case in point the now available to stream in full Netflix series “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power”, a show whose trailer can be found HERE on that website. This is the first time I’ve brought up the series to our Heavy Music and Pop Culture audience and I figured it a good idea since so many of our friends have younger kids or siblings. Below you can learn more about the show and its voice casting.
The Premise: She-Ra and the Princesses of Power follows Adora, an orphan raised by the Horde, an evil army led by Hordak, who rules the planet Etheria with an iron fist. One day, after getting lost in the woods, Adora finds a magic sword that transforms her into the titular Princess of Power, She-Ra. After realizing the suffering that the Horde has inflicted on Etheria and its inhabitants, Adora joins the Resistance in the fight against the Horde through rebuilding the Princess Alliance, a group of other magical girls that once all opposed Hordak. Adora’s newfound allegiance to the Resistance pits her against her former best friend Catra, whose sense of abandonment, malicious ambitions, and the disappearance of her former friend enables her to rise in the ranks of the Horde to become the new heroine’s mortal enemy. (c/o Wiki).
Aimee Carrero as Adora / She-Ra
Karen Fukuhara as Glimmer, Princess of Bright Moon
AJ Michalka as Catra
Marcus Scribner as Bow
Reshma Shetty as Angella, Queen of Bright Moon
Lorraine Toussaint as Shadow Weaver
Keston John as Hordak and Grizzlor
Lauren Ash as Scorpia
Christine Woods as Entrapta, Princess of Dryl
Genesis Rodriguez as Perfuma, Princess of Plumeria
Jordan Fisher as Sea Hawk
Vella Lovell as Mermista, Princess of Salineas
Merit Leighton as Frosta, Princess of the Kingdom of Snows
Sandra Oh as Castaspella
Krystal Joy Brown as Netossa, rebel princess
Noelle Stevenson as Spinnerella, rebel princess
Morla Gorrondona as Light Hope
Grey Griffin as Razz
Adam Ray as Swift Wind
PiercingMetal Thoughts: As I’ve already mentioned up above, this series falls more along the lines for the younger generation of fan so if you have the sort of family circle members in your world, be sure to tune this in with them or for them what have you. Help keep the interest in superhero stuff in the growing minds. That’s all I have about the matter so I will see you next time with more and more stuff. Until then.