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The Witcher Netflix Series Teaser Trailer Released

The Witcher Netflix Series Teaser Trailer Released - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 01 August 2019 / 1,604 Views

Netflix at San Diego Comic Con 2019 has released the first teaser trailer for the upcoming Netflix The Witcher series.

View the teaser trailer below:

Here is a brief overview of the Netflix series:

The witcher Geralt, a mutated monster hunter, struggles to find his place in a world where people often prove more wicked than beasts. 


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20 Comments

SuperNintend0rk (on 20 July 2019)

Wow it actually looks quite good so far! Hopefully it's turns out better than most video game adaptations...


Thisguywhokills (on 20 July 2019)

it's based only on the book not the game


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SuperNintend0rk (on 20 July 2019)

Oh yeah I forgot it's based on the books. I guess that gives it slightly better odds of not turning out to be crap lol


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Machina (on 20 July 2019)

Looks quite good. I'll give it a try when it releases.


Immersiveunreality (on 21 July 2019)

Does anyone else get a manly Xena the warrior princes vibe from this?


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Zenos (on 20 July 2019)

Henry Cavill looks pretty good as Geralt. Other than that this shapes up to be typical Netflix garbage.


Bristow9091 (on 20 July 2019)

What do you consider to be typical Netflix garbage?


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Bristow9091 (on 20 July 2019)

I mean, I'd have liked some examples lol, although I can give one example of a franchise they butchered; Death Note. And an example of something they did great; Castlevania, lol. Also their original content is pretty top notch, look at Stranger Things as an example of that :P


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Bristow9091 (on 20 July 2019)

I beg to differ on both accounts, since I thought Castlevania was pretty great, and I think Stranger Things has gotten better with each season... but meh, different tastes and all that, lol :P


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Hynad (on 20 July 2019)

I don't think I've ever seen you post any positive comment about anything here.


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Zenos (on 20 July 2019)

@Hynad I post plenty of positive comments. You not seeing them seems to be entirely your issue.


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Zenos (on 20 July 2019)

@Bristow9091 I guess you liked Castlevania where nearly the entirety of the second season was the vampire council planning and scheming only for their plans to be utterly useless and for the heroes to murder all of Dracula's generals in less than 3 minutes followed by a shallow meaningless fight with him.

As for Stranger Things - really? You buy that the Russians managed to build an entire underground base in an American city during the height of the Cold War? OK, I guess.


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Bristow9091 (on 21 July 2019)

Actually I've liked both seasons of Castlevania so far and I'm looking forward to the upcoming third season. And yeah with Stranger Things, I never said the whole Russian subplot was believable, but it was fun and I very much enjoyed it. Besides, with the third season there's definitely been a change of tone and feel of the show, like they're purposefully trying to call back to as many 80's tropes as possible, and "Evil Russians" ticks one of those boxes for sure, lol.

Honestly your post feels a little condescending simply because I like something you don't, and I'd appreciate if you just dropped it, let's just agree that we have different tastes, simple.


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Zenos (on 21 July 2019)

@Bristow9091 You are of course free to like them. That being said I won't shut my brain down and simply say that these two shows are great when they have obvious plot issues. You stated you disagree with saying the opposite of what I did and I gave concrete reasons for my positions - nothing condescending about that. You even try to excuse the major problem with the 3rd season of Stranger Things with "lol, it doesn't have to be believable, just fun", which is fine, but runs counter to the assertion that the show gets better with each season if you have to handwave huge leaps of faith like this. If you want I can point out many other issues with both shows to justify my position, like Dracula's ridiculous plan and conflicting character motivations and the insane lack of preparation of the main cast when raiding the base in the final episode of Stranger Things.


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Bristow9091 (on 21 July 2019)

You're not making much sense now, and you're free to point out any flaws you want, but I rate a show by how much I enjoy it, and I've enjoyed each season of Stranger Things more than the last, even if there's glaring issues and questions you have problems with. At the end of the day it's our own opinions, which is why I said we should just agree that we have different tastes and leave it on a good note. And yes actually, the way you've worded it and how it reads is rather condescending whether it was intentional or not, and according to the upvote/downvote system it seems others agree in some capacity. At any rate though, I don't really care enough to make this into a "thing", so I'm just gonna' end it here and not make any more replies on the matter. Have a nice day! :)


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Zenos (on 21 July 2019)

@Bristow9091 I don't mind having different tastes. I simply questioned your reasoning by pointing out obvious flaws to see how you address them and you don't. You simply reaffirm that you like the subsequent seasons more despite the glaring issues. That seems strange to me, but I don't really care.



Bringing up upvotes/downvotes is an argument from popularity and it's a logical fallacy. Not to mention that in this case it has nothing to do with the argument we're having - of course I'll be downvoted for not liking something popular and pointing out its flaws. Also it's a tad bit hypocritical saying that considering you accused me of condescension even after I explicitly stated that this is not what I'm doing. Not to mention your assertion that "not making much sense now" - that seems pretty condescending and using your logic your intention doesn't matter. People in glass houses and all that. Have a nice day yourself.


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Hynad (on 22 July 2019)

"I am not being condescending..."
"People in glass houses and all that."

...

Far from me the idea that you would see let alone agree with someone pointing out what is wrong with your behaviour.


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Zenos (on 22 July 2019)

@Hynad Do you not know what that phrase means? It's pointing out hypocrisy. Let's test it - would you admit that you were wrong when trying to imply that I only post negative comments? If not - people in glass houses and all that.


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