Why a MONARCH TV show on HBO Max is the next logical step in the MonsterVerse646 Views16 RepliesAdd A Reply
The MonsterVerse may not have a current plan set in stone for future projects post-Godzilla Vs. Kong, but a few months ago a rumor for a MONARCH-centered TV show on HBO Max but no new info has come since then. But I think it's a great idea. For starters, human characters have been a pretty big problem in the MonsterVerse and will most likely be a problem in future MonsterVerse films. But an entire TV show is a great idea to properly establish and develop future human characters in the MonsterVerse. It could also further develop and possibly redeem existing human characters as well. It can also introduce Titans that haven't shown up in the movies and it could set up future MonsterVerse movies, as well as tie into them as well. All in all, that's why a MONARCH TV series should be the next step in the MonsterVerse.
It's a really good idea, just saying.
Marvel Tried a Tv Show....
Marvel's Disney Plus shows have been doing great.
So yes, I believe the MonsterVerse can try HBO Max.
My main concern would be if they can properly do the effects for the titans on a lower budget. The upcoming Skull Island series has the advantage of being fully animated, however if they did do a Monarch HBO Max series it would probably be live action, meaning that they would have to spend a lot in order to make the effects look convincing. The titans would be the main attraction of the show, so they would have look good, otherwise the series wouldn't be successful.
Yeah, I forgot to add that.
I meant agents of Sheild
Out of curiosity, what was the source of this rumor?
Give me a second.
I’ve traced sources back to Bounding into Comics, which says it is a rumour....
So it might not be real
Fandom Wire doesn’t provide any sources, and I’ve looked into complaints saying it’s put out fake news before
It would still be logical, and Legendary has put out TV shows before...
And I’m not excited if HBO would be making the Show. I don’t really respect that company.