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These “The Boys” Behind-the-Scenes Photos Show The Laughter Behind All The Gore

The Boys

There is lots of blood, guts, and gore on the TV show “The Walking Dead”. Just like other shows for horror movies or crime series, it doesn’t make it easy to watch. But what you might not know is that there’s also a lot of laughter happening behind the scenes. You don’t need to see any part of these pics or stories because they’re spoiler-free. But for fun, here’s a look at the boys having fun.

“The Walking Dead” cast members Steven Yeun, Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs, and Michael Cudlitz hang out in their zombie make-up during an interview at Comic-Con International 2013 in San Diego.
This picture is so funny. It’s impossible to imagine them having such a good time during such a gory movie.

Introduction to The Boys

“The Boys” is a limited comic book series by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson set in the 1980s about the origin of John F. Kennedy, Jr.’s father. It follows the story of Tricks and Bleed, two Irish-American mobsters who are forced to work for the CIA during their trial in a secret deal when some Russian thugs try to kidnap them.

From there they unexpectedly find themselves working as bodyguards for JFK Jr., his bride, and his baby boy John F. Kennedy, who will go on to become a son of the American people. Essentially this series is toasting JFK Jr. in his formative years and giving him a little background into how he evolved into John F. Kennedy, Jr.


Name of the characters in The Boys

Here are the celebrity’s names mentioned below:

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Antony Starr as The Homelander
Aya Cash as Klara Risinger/ Liberty/ Stormfront
Karl Urban as Billy Butcher
Nathan Mitchell as Black Noir
Jack Quaid as Hughie Campbell
Karen Fukuhara as Kimiko Miyashiro
Erin Moriarty as Annie January
Shawn Ashmore as Lamplighter
Brittany Allen as Popclaw
Colby Minifie as Ashley Barrett
Shantel VanSanten as Becca Butcher
Jessie Usher as A-Train

The storyline of The Boys

The Boys is a graphic novel series created by writer Garth Ennis and artist Darick Robertson for Dynamite Entertainment. It tells the story of a CIA squad, known informally as “the Boys”, who are charged with keeping watch on superheroes to make sure they do not abuse their superpowers.

The series is mostly set in an alternate version of Earth, where most people have varying degrees of superpowers bestowed by one’s parents’ genetic material. The Boys are tasked with monitoring and controlling the superheroes, who have generally been born with their powers.


The first issue of The Boys was published by Dynamite Entertainment in 2005, written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Darick Robertson (pencils), John McCrea (inks), Mark McKenna (colorist), and Michael Atiyeh (letters). The series was met with critical acclaim, and Ennis/Roberson received a Harvey Award for their work on the title.

Chace Crawford, star of ‘The Boys,’ On The Deep: He is a narcissist who wants to say the right things and go on with his life

As a celebrity, there are plenty of things to say and not say. Chace Crawford is very careful about what he says; he wants to make sure that whatever he says will be meaningful.

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He knows that people always want to know more about his personal life, but at the same time he doesn’t want to disclose too much. Crawford has been through a lot in his career so far but is excited about the future. He is single and currently just focusing on his career. When asked whether or not he would like to settle down one day during a recent interview, Crawford answered:

“You know I’d love to, but it’s so hard to find what you want, what you’re looking for.” (Source: ‘Chace Crawford On Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dating Life And Caring For His Mother.


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