New fan art for Netflix’s The Witcher imagines Henry Cavill’s Geralt metamorphosing into cyberpunk for the streamer’s popular series.
Fan art for Netflix the witcher turns Henry Cavill’s Geralt into a cyberpunk hero. the witcher The franchise began in 2007 when CD Projekt Red released the series’ first video game on PC. The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt would follow in the years to come. With the popularity of the franchise, it was only a matter of time before it was adapted into a movie or TV show, and in 2019 Netflix released the first season of the witcher starring Cavill as Geralt, Freya Allan as Ciri, and Anya Chalotra as Yennefer.
the witcher All nine episodes of Season 1 were well received, successfully attracting longtime fans and people who had never played video games. After Season 1 united Geralt and Ciri, Season 2 showed her training with the other Witchers in Kaer Morhen as the war continued between Nilfgaard and the Northern Kingdoms. The show’s first season had a lot to do with building the world, with many calling it Netflix The iron Thronebut season 2 was able to strengthen the bond between Geralt and Ciri and include several monster battles across the nine episodes.
by Netflix the witcher has garnered a large fanbase over the past few years, and like any great franchise, many talented artists have created work inspired by the series. houseofmat takes an exciting approach, placing Geralt in a cyberpunk setting. The artist’s new design for Cavill’s character can be seen in the Instagram post below:
Due to the witchersuccess and fan approval, Netflix likely doesn’t have an end in sight for Geralt’s story. the witcher season 3 is currently in production and season 4 has already been plotted by the writers and producers. Season 2 ended with Geralt, Yennefer, and the surviving Witchers saving Ciri from Voleth Meir (the Immortal Mother). the witcher Season 2’s big cliffhanger reveals that Ciri’s father, Emhyr var Emreis, is the White Flame. Although these scenarios are meant to be key plot points in the witcher season 3, it’s almost guaranteed that Geralt won’t get a makeover.
Because the cyberpunk genre is totally different from the witcherthis artwork of course does not speculate on what might be seen in the witcher season 3. After all, he would feel incredibly out of place seeing Geralt like this in the live-action series. Netflix could create a series similar to Marvel’s What if…?but even that seems a bit pointless for a franchise like the witcher. The artwork certainly presents an interesting idea, and the likeliest way for a cyberpunk Geralt to enter the series is through a skin in the future. Witcher video game. None of the above is likely to happen, but that doesn’t take away from the artist’s awesome concept.
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