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10 Things You Missed In The Boys Season 1

10 Things You Missed In The Boys Season 1 SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1eDKt0fHCjs : How many of these secrets and Easter eggs did you notice in Amazon Prime’s The Boys? Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant

Warning! Like The Deep jumping into the ocean, we’re diving deep into spoilers for The Boys! So be prepared for full spoilers and details on the show!

After the awe and surprises found in the first season of Amazon Prime’s The Boys, we can finally slow down a little bit — take a breather there, A-Train. OK, good. Now that the dust has settled a bit and all of Translucent’s skin has been cleaned up, it’s time to open up the doors to the surveillance van and reveal some of the biggest things you missed in The Boys season one. When The Boys was first published back in 2006, the comic book series drew up a lot of controversy for the graphic content. A couple of Deadpool movies later and audiences were ready for some more risque superheroes, but the initial casting options had aged too much to fill the roles. The Boys kicks off in one of the more surprising ways — especially if you’ve never read the comics. As Hughie walks down the street with the love of his life, Robin, her body gets blasted through by A-Train, only leaving Hughie clutching her lifeless hands. While we marveled in the slow-motion effects and horror of the moment, it was pretty easy to miss out on the clever Batman reference.

Be on the lookout for connections to Batman, Breaking Bad, and even Disney! We dive real deep into The Boys, all eight episodes and some of the biggest connections you may have missed!

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