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The nameless spin-off, described as “part college show, part Hunger Games”Will follow young adult superheroes at a superhero college run by Vought International. Kripke previously stated that it would focus on the G-Men team mentioned in the first season, the show’s parody of X men.
Discusses the progress of the spin-off with Hollywood Reporter, Kripke said: “We write furiously. I think it’s going really well.
“It’s exciting in that kind of perverted Marvel way – in the way that different Marvel projects are very different. You’re a thriller, you’re a comedy.
“It feels that way too, but with a ton more cock jokes.”
It’s not the only spin-off that pops up after The boys’ success. A mini spin-off is called Seven On 7 was recently launched on Youtube, with subsequent episodes being released on the seventh of each month to “bridge” between seasons two and three.
Although it is unclear when The boys season three is coming out, Kripke recently teased which direction the show will take – with reference to the new character Soldier Boy, played by Jensen Ackles.
“Season three dives a lot more into the story of how we got here through this character of Soldier Boy,” Kripke said.
“We were able to dig into both the history of the country and also really look at toxic masculinity and masculine roles, and what shit has generally caused. All this fucking independent stuff from Marlboro. ”
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