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News movies & tv series 19 January 2021, 19:58

author: Karol Laska

The Boys Season 3 Will Adapt the Most Controversial Story From the Original

If you haven't had enough controversy and fun with form in The Boys, listen to this. It's a little hard to believe, but the creators are working on making you feel even weirder. As such, they've confirmed that season 3 will adapt what is called Herogasm.

At the beginning of January we informed that production works on season 3 of Amazon's crazy anti-superhero series titled The Boys would start any minute. The creators do not intend to slow down and are preparing even more surprises. One of them was shared on Twitter by the showrunner Eric Kripke. He revealed that at least one of the episodes will be connected with an event called Herogasm, which fans of the comics have been asking for from the very beginning.

Not quite sure what it's all this about because you're not familiar with comic book lore? Relax, we can explain. Herogasm is an annual sexual event, in which many superheroes participate under the guise of saving the world. We don't even need to spoil much here, because you can probably guess that if you mix a wild orgy and The Boys, you get a truly explosive recipe.

Herogasm has already become a kind of comic tradition, illustrated mostly by Garth Ennis in The Boys: Herogasm graphic novel series. Internet users expect that the scenes in the series will be even more blunt than the panels, because so far the creators rather did not limit themselves and went all the way. So we have a feeling that we don't have to worry about season 3 staying as it should.

The next season of The Boys was supposed to air in July 2021, but the coronavirus pandemic makes it impossible to set an exact premiere date.

Karol Laska

Karol Laska

His adventure with journalism began with a personal blog, the name of which is no longer worth quoting. Then he interpreted Iranian dramas and the Joker, writing for cinematography journal, which, sadly, no longer exists. His writing credentials include a degree in film studies, but his thesis was strictly devoted to video games. He has been writing for Gamepressure since March 2020, first writing a lot about movies, then in the newsroom, and eventually, he became a specialist in everything. He currently edits and writes articles and features. A long-time enthusiast of the most bizarre indie games and arthouse cinema. He idolizes surrealism and postmodernism. He appreciates the power of absurdity. Which is probably why he also tried soccer refereeing for 2 years (with so-so results). He tends to over-philosophize, so watch out.


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