After The Boys, Eric Kripke Plans To Adapt New Series That is Being Dubbed as Star Wars Meets Game of Thrones

Eric Kripke wants to adpat "Saga" into a television series!

after the boys, eric kripke plans to adapt new series that is being dubbed as star wars meets game of thrones

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  • Eric Kripke recently claimed that the Boys might be concluded by Season 4 or 5.
  • He expressed a desire to work on comic book series "Saga," after the current series.
  • Described as a fusion of Game of Thrones and Star Wars, Kripke has already started campaigning for a Sagra movie/series.
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American writer Eric Kripke has been known around the world for creating one of the wildest and gory superhero series, The Boys. Following the story of Hughie Campbell as he joins Butcher and The Boys to go hunt some supes, the series has been loved by the world.

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With a potential end of The Boys by the 4th or possibly the 5th season, creator Eric  Kripke is already out looking for other projects to adapt. His magnum opus is wanting to adapt a comic book that has been described as ‘Game of Thrones meets Star Wars’.

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Eric Kripke is the creator of The Boys
Eric Kripke is the creator of The Boys

Eric Kripke Wants To Desperately Adapt The Saga Comics!

Back in 2012, Brian K. Vaughn & Fiona Staples created the iconic comic book series titled Saga. The comic books depicted an epic space opera/fantasy story, it has been often hailed as “Game of Thrones meets Star Wars”.

Homelander on the poster for The Boys season 4
Homelander on the poster for The Boys season 4

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The Boys creator Eric Kripke recently talked about how he wants to desperately adapt comic books into a television series or movies. Wanting to adapt the comic books, Eric Kripke talked about the project to The Hollywood ReporterThe creator talked about the IP that he desperately wants to get his hands on.

“Saga, by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples. I’m obsessed with it. So insane and so grounded at the same time. Brian and Fiona, call me!” 

Well, when the news became famous, Eric Kripke couldn’t handle himself, and took it to X (formerly Twitter) to call out THR and the creators Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples.

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Eric Kripke Called Out The Creators of Saga!

Karl Urban and Jeffrey Dean Morgan in The Boys Season 04
Karl Urban and Jeffrey Dean Morgan in The Boys Season 04

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With The Boys potentially ending with Season 5 (allegedly), the chances of Kripke creating another project are very high. Wanting to make his footing strong in Hollywood before his fame decreases, Kripke took to X (formerly Twitter) to call out the creators of Saga in hopes of adapting the comic books.

The comic book follows Hazel as she peers into the past as she sees her parents Alana and Marko fall in love and how they fell in love amidst war and turmoil between two different cosmic empires. Although there are chances of Saga turning into a television series or a movie universe, there has been no confirmation from the creators or Eric Kripke if it is truly happening or not.

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Visarg Acharya, Associate Content Writer, has been heavily involved in movies, series, and history. Having an experience of 2 years in the field of content writing, Visarg is a seasoned writer. Having a degree in Physics, Visarg Acharya has published a dissertation alongside a plethora of poems and short stories along the way.