Retired superheroes correct their children’s mistakes. Will they join forces against the evil that threatens humanity?

The Jupiter’s Legacy series from the Netflix workshop is based on the comic book work of Mark Millar (Kingsman, Wanted, Kick-Ass). The story focuses on a kind of generational conflict between old-school superheroes and their children, who were supposed to protect humanity after the retirement of veterans. However, the trailer itself suggests that their children have chosen a different path.

For example, one of the younger superheroes talks about how his father didn’t take care of him because he had too many responsibilities to save the world. Perhaps even in this way, the new generation of heroes will justify their different approach to superpowers.

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Visually, Jupiter’s Legacy looks very friendly, and if the screenwriters haven’t done their job, comic book fans will have more fun next month. The interest of the audience is obvious. Nearly a million people have watched the YouTube trailer since yesterday.

The creator and screenwriter of the series is Steven S. DeKnight, who has worked on well-known series such as Daredevil, Spartacus, Smallville and Buffy, the Vampire Slayer. Starring Josh Duhamel, Bean Daniels, Leslie Bibb and others. Jupiter’s Legacy will be available on Netflix from May 7, 2021.

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