The young men are back around, as the great The Boys arrangement from co-makers Garth and Darick Robertson coming back with another prequel comic book in April entitled The Boys: Dear Becky.
Ennis will indeed expound on his universe of extra brutal superheroes while unique craftsman Robertson will draw the fronts of each issue with Russ Braun dealing with the inside work of art.
The Boys initially ran from 2006-2012 for 72 issues, just as three diverse six-issue smaller than usual arrangement, The Boys: Herogasm, The Boys: Highland Laddie and The Boys: Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker for an all-out 90-issue run. The comic’s initial six issues were distributed by Wildstorm before the book found a home at Dynamite Entertainment for the rest of the arrangement. After Robertson halted his work on the book, Braun was one of the specialists who filled in on The Boys, dealing with issues #44-51 and afterwards issues #56-71. This prequel goes ahead the impact points of the previous summer’s generally welcomed The Boys TV arrangement adjustment for Amazon Prime, which has just been restored for a subsequent season. The arrangement was created by Eric Kripke and incorporates Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg as official makers among others.
The new prequel arrangement will concentrate on Becky Butcher, whose assumed demise commences her significant other Billy Butcher’s campaign against costumed saints that drives the plot of the first The Boys funnies. In talking about The Boys: Dear Becky, Ennis demonstrates that Becky is one character who he accepts he didn’t concentrate enough on in his initial The Boys work. This is in spite of the way that she sits at the core of the plot that prompts Billy’s war on superheroes. Ennis likewise expresses that the warm reaction to Amazon Prime’s The Boys arrangement reignited his craving to proceed with this cast of characters, as he never expected to do so already, in a move that will interest the two fans new and old. Here are
Explosive Entertainment CEO and Publisher Nick Barrucci shared Ennis’ energy for the arrival of The Boys. While he was astonished that Ennis introduced new thoughts for The Boys, he is positively energized for the chance to have new stories from this dearest imaginative group.
For those fans who have just gotten mindful of The Boys after the Amazon Prime arrangement and have made up for lost time with the first arrangement through exchanges, this is an ideal chance to at long last read and gather The Boys in a solitary issue position.