The best 5 series alternative about superheroes
Summer-time of recovery (a time when there was the Peak Tv), but if you still have some remnant of the holidays and you want to retrieve a tv series, or, in his own way, about superheroes, much in vogue at the moment, here are five tips that make your case, and on which streaming service you can find.
We start with a series is small for a superhero a great.
Taken from the comics of 1986 of the same Ben Edlund (who also wrote the tv series), The Tick is a parody of the classic supereoe of the comics that is well suited to a comedy. In this version the hero is muscular, with the antennas and the costume blue (played by Peter Serafinowicz) has to overcome a memory leak; to help his “shoulder” Arthur (Griffin Newman), together to fight the evil; between the new characters instead of Dot (Valorie Curry), the sister of Arthur. The Tick has had success with the advent of the animated series the homonymous aired on FOX from 1994 to 1996. In addition to the adaptation of live-action previous to this of 2001, there have been a videogame and merchandise various. In the TOP 100 IGN of the best superheroes of all time, The Tick is at #57. Our review
Just arrived on Amazon and waiting for September the second season (the fourth will be the last) in this series of HULU takes around in a “dick and cazzaro,” the world of superheroes of hardcore gamers, warriors sexy bombs, the Apocalypse is imminent, and the protagonist's “nerd inept hero by accident” (a Josh Hutcherson big sweep). Will our anti-heroes to save the World?
A little X-Men, a little a thousand other things, the series based on the comic strip of the former frontman of The Chemical Romance Gerard Way, with a portfolio of music of all time, tells the story of five children born “gifted” adopted by a billionaire anaffettivo. At his death, the five freaks will have to deal with their growth and with the world of the story in which they find themselves living. Our review
Ends this week, also in Italy, the second adaptation for tv by Noah Hawley (after Fargo), this time from a Marvel comic book appendix of the X-Men. Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey, beauty and The Beast) is the son of Charles Xavier, a telecineta that controls the mind locked up in an insane asylum, who is about to discover that maybe is not crazy, but the most powerful superhero in the world, and also his most dangerous threat. A re-read totally on its own, psychological, intimate, visually psychedelic, challenging to follow, but because of this great bill, sometimes from the influence of the lynchane, especially from the second season onwards. A great little cult. Our review
Latest addition to the production house Amazon, this series is taken from the comics of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, and adapted for tv by Eric Kripke (Supernatural) and Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg (Preacher) and places himself as the Anti-Marvel par excellence. The series will appreciate all those who complain about the excessive “be family” of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, especially now that it is owned by Disney. A critique of contemporary american society punctual and cynical, through the “fame” of superheroes. In this sense, The Boys is the analysis of the market to be “super” today, don't be, the want to become, to help others and those who actually abuse of its powers, seeing himself as a star. A serial attentive not only to the numbers and polls, just like we were in a political campaign, but also to the demographics that lead to the various superheroes to ethnicity, sexual orientation, and so on. At the same time, The Boys seems to be the natural evolution, which started with Breaking Bad and continued with various experiments on television last Good Girls, about what happens when a good person ends up committing acts that are questionable. It seems to be extremely rewarding for the public to see it, perhaps because of the reflection of what you actually would like to do but don't have the courage. Our review
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