We have the reading order of The Boys so you can enjoy this superb graphic novel series by author Garth Ennis. You’ll probably know these comics thanks to Amazon’s adaptation, which makes a great job bringing to life this antihero story.
Experience a breathtaking medieval fantasy series with elemental magical swords, perfect for teens and fans of Avatar: The Last Airbender.
This is a great series if you’d enjoy a different approach to superhero stories. Gory, daring, and foul-mouthed. Join this gang of anti-heroes to take down Vought. Will The Homelander let them? uh, that’s for you to discover.
The Boys book reading order by Garth Ennis
This series is concluded, so you can enjoy the story at its full. Here you have all The Boys’ books in order:
Volume 12 is the last in the series, however, there is an epilogue; a story that takes place 12 years after the original series. While we won’t say much to not spoil it, we can reveal that it’s a story about the past, one that Hughie didn’t knew about, and which could affect his life drastically.
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A successful take on superhero tales
The superhero content has been so overexploited that part of the audience frown upon new attempts to join what you could call a saturated market. With so many comic stories produced by both Marvel and DC comics, it is hard to believe that any other competitors would dare try to get a bit of their audience’s attention.
However, The Boys graphic novels by Garth Ennis are great proof that with a great plot and a different approach there are still many superhero stories to tell. What makes this story different? we are used to heroes being good-hearted, pristine in their behavior, etc… this series show is precisely a satire of that, a team of superheroes who seem to be perfect when they are on camera, but who happen to be despicable beings in their daily lives.
Because of the atrocities some of the superheroes have done, comes an alliance to stop them once and for all. Hughie saw her girlfriend die in front of his eyes, just because a speedster hero was heavily drugged. His life will change when he meets William Butcher, who will ask him to join his team, his plan? to take down Vought, the company that leads the superhero industry.
A list with the reading order of The Boys graphic novels
Here’s a list collecting all the comics in The Boys series. As we said, the story is concluded. But, who knows? the tv show is being so successful that it’s not hard to believe that there will be any sort of sequel, or maybe a spin-off? would you love that? leave a comment and tell us.
Also, if you have already started watching the tv adaptation, you’ll be able to tell that it must be coming to an end. However, maybe they extend the show by writing a different story that is not loyal to the comic books? we’ll see!
The Boys reading order
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- The Name of the Game (The Boys book 1)
- Get Some (The Boys book 2)
- Good for the Soul (The Boys book 3)
- We Gotta Go Now (The Boys book 4)
- Herogasm (The Boys book 5)
- Self-Preservation Society (The Boys book 6)
- The Innocents (The Boys book 7)
- Highland Laddie (The Boys book 8)
- Big Ride (The Boys book 9)
- Butcher Baker Candlestickmaker (The Boys book 10)
- Over the Hill with Swords of A Thousand Men (The Boys book 11)
- The Bloody Doors Off (The Boys book 12)
- Dear Becky (The Boys book 13)
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We recommend these graphic novels to children over twelve years old, there are a lot of gore scenes, some sex, and a massive amount of violence. There’s actually a lot of explicit content, so bear that in mind before reading the graphic novels (the same goes to its Prime Video series adaptation).
Regarding the show, it is undeniable that the cast has done a great job making all these amazing characters come to life. Antony Starr as The Homelander is worth mentioning, his acting is so good that people really hate him. But remember, you can hate the character but, please, don’t hate the actor! that just means he’s just amazing at his job!
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