Homelander is an analogy to Donald Trump, says creator of The Boys

The creator of The Boys TV series claims an interesting feature of the Homelander, which some fans had already noticed.

talking to the rolling stoneproducer Eric Kripke says the homeland captain was always an analogy to Donald Trump in the series of the boys.

“Homeland has always been a Donald Trump analogy for me. I’ll admit I’m a little more crusty this season than I’ve been in previous seasons. But the world is getting rougher and less elegant. The urgency of our team’s writing reflects this situation.” – It says krypke.

“We’re angrier and more scared as the years go by, so that’s being reflected in our writing. But part of that is where the Homelander story naturally goes. He has this combustible mix of complete weakness and insecurity, with a horrible situation of power and ambition, which make a deadly combination. Of course he would feel victimized to see people angry that he dated a Nazi. All he ever wants is to be the most powerful person he can be, even if he is completely inadequate in that regard.” – Complete the producer.

the boys is available on Prime Video.

Based on the comic books of the same name, the series is the creation of Eric Kripke and follows a CIA superintendent who closely monitors a community of superheroes as their celebrity status has corrupted them and caused them to engage in behavior. reckless acts that compromise the world. Some of the characters are parodies of members of the Justice League.