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2022-01-18 3:10:53 PM  
Are there any comic fans out there who can explain the significance of this, if any?  It just seems moderately random.
 
2022-01-18 3:28:00 PM  

Unsung_Hero: Are there any comic fans out there who can explain the significance of this, if any?  It just seems moderately random.


It's from Season One.
The Boys | S1E5 | Baby scene
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2022-01-18 3:31:21 PM  

skyotter: It's from Season One.


How the hell did I forget that, that's awesome!  I guess the show needs to go on my re-watch list.
 
2022-01-18 3:40:53 PM  
Probably won't watch this animated show, but I love "The Boys" regular show.

Not entirely sure what they're going to do for season 3 though.

(No major spoilers ahead but kinda describes the seasons)

Season 1 had an incredible cliffhanger ending with tons of stuff left unfinished, easily paving the way for season 2. Season 2, on the other hand, kinda wrapped up a lot of those unfinished things. I mean, aside from the big reveal right at the end, all other plotlines had been pretty much carried out. I suppose they'll find new stuff, but honestly, I could watch seasons 1 and 2 and feel it was a finished product.
 
2022-01-18 3:48:57 PM  

Moose out front: Not entirely sure what they're going to do for season 3 though


I'm pretty sure they're doing a superhero orgy.  I'm not even kidding.
 
2022-01-18 4:35:22 PM  

Unsung_Hero: Moose out front: Not entirely sure what they're going to do for season 3 though

I'm pretty sure they're doing a superhero orgy.  I'm not even kidding.


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2022-01-18 4:37:02 PM  

Mad_Radhu: Unsung_Hero: Moose out front: Not entirely sure what they're going to do for season 3 though

I'm pretty sure they're doing a superhero orgy.  I'm not even kidding.

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LOL I love how they just have "Episode 30X" for the list, except for *that* one. It would be akin to HBO advertising GoT's episodes like that and then saying "Red Wedding" for one in the middle.
 
2022-01-18 4:40:44 PM  

Moose out front: Probably won't watch this animated show, but I love "The Boys" regular show.


It does have the smell of "Well shiat, Invincible turned out super successful. Let's milk this "adult superhero cartoon" genre for all it's worth!"
 
2022-01-18 4:43:47 PM  

Moose out front: Probably won't watch this animated show, but I love "The Boys" regular show.

Not entirely sure what they're going to do for season 3 though.

(No major spoilers ahead but kinda describes the seasons)

Season 1 had an incredible cliffhanger ending with tons of stuff left unfinished, easily paving the way for season 2. Season 2, on the other hand, kinda wrapped up a lot of those unfinished things. I mean, aside from the big reveal right at the end, all other plotlines had been pretty much carried out. I suppose they'll find new stuff, but honestly, I could watch seasons 1 and 2 and feel it was a finished product.


Eh, they still have to do... something... about Homelander.  Either reform or defeat him.
And since they deviated from the source material with that important other guy, I am not certain where it all ends.
Since there are episodes after Herogasm.
 
2022-01-18 4:53:57 PM  

Myrdinn: Eh, they still have to do... something... about Homelander. Either reform or defeat him.


Partial containment is another option.  He can still go around doing evil stuff and be a persistent threat, but he could simply be stopped from destroying or taking over the world.

I mean, he could look at Stormfront's condition, shiat himself, and maybe try not to piss off enough people that they gang up on him.
 
2022-01-18 6:14:42 PM  

Moose out front: Probably won't watch this animated show, but I love "The Boys" regular show.

Not entirely sure what they're going to do for season 3 though.

(No major spoilers ahead but kinda describes the seasons)

Season 1 had an incredible cliffhanger ending with tons of stuff left unfinished, easily paving the way for season 2. Season 2, on the other hand, kinda wrapped up a lot of those unfinished things. I mean, aside from the big reveal right at the end, all other plotlines had been pretty much carried out. I suppose they'll find new stuff, but honestly, I could watch seasons 1 and 2 and feel it was a finished product.


Wait, animated? Where's the footage from the trailers coming from?
 
2022-01-18 6:17:30 PM  
Whelp, I'm sold. Animaniacs meets diabolical? How could one resist?
 
2022-01-18 6:54:16 PM  

scottydoesntknow: Moose out front: Probably won't watch this animated show, but I love "The Boys" regular show.

It does have the smell of "Well shiat, Invincible turned out super successful. Let's milk this "adult superhero cartoon" genre for all it's worth!"


Yeah, not turning out that well for the "Millarverse" which is just a retcon of the "DCverse".  I kinda liked the Super Crooks limited series, but it wasn't anything special, not like "Arcane."
 
2022-01-18 8:30:01 PM  

Unsung_Hero: Are there any comic fans out there who can explain the significance of this, if any?  It just seems moderately random.


The series deviated from the comics a few episodes in. It became its own pretty neat thing.
 
2022-01-18 11:19:39 PM  
I'm just in it for the Ohio references.
 
2022-01-19 5:51:52 AM  

null: I'm just in it for the Ohio references.


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2022-01-19 12:14:10 PM  
I'm still betting money that Stormfront is Homelander's gramma.
 
2022-01-19 12:32:55 PM  

Moose out front: Probably won't watch this animated show, but I love "The Boys" regular show.

Not entirely sure what they're going to do for season 3 though.

(No major spoilers ahead but kinda describes the seasons)

Season 1 had an incredible cliffhanger ending with tons of stuff left unfinished, easily paving the way for season 2. Season 2, on the other hand, kinda wrapped up a lot of those unfinished things. I mean, aside from the big reveal right at the end, all other plotlines had been pretty much carried out. I suppose they'll find new stuff, but honestly, I could watch seasons 1 and 2 and feel it was a finished product.


I feel like having an unstoppable hyper-Hitler still hanging around is a bit of an unresolved issue.
 
2022-01-19 2:25:00 PM  

Ostman: Moose out front: Probably won't watch this animated show, but I love "The Boys" regular show.

Not entirely sure what they're going to do for season 3 though.

(No major spoilers ahead but kinda describes the seasons)

Season 1 had an incredible cliffhanger ending with tons of stuff left unfinished, easily paving the way for season 2. Season 2, on the other hand, kinda wrapped up a lot of those unfinished things. I mean, aside from the big reveal right at the end, all other plotlines had been pretty much carried out. I suppose they'll find new stuff, but honestly, I could watch seasons 1 and 2 and feel it was a finished product.

I feel like having an unstoppable hyper-Hitler still hanging around is a bit of an unresolved issue.


Not sure I'd call her unstoppable, since the boy certainly stopped her (and then some). I mean, maybe she can regenerate but she was pretty farked up at the end of that episode.

Unless you're referring to Homelander, which, yeah, he's definitely a problem, but he apparently values his public image at least slightly over absolute power. For now at least.
 
2022-01-19 4:14:07 PM  

Moose out front: Ostman: Moose out front: Probably won't watch this animated show, but I love "The Boys" regular show.

Not entirely sure what they're going to do for season 3 though.

(No major spoilers ahead but kinda describes the seasons)

Season 1 had an incredible cliffhanger ending with tons of stuff left unfinished, easily paving the way for season 2. Season 2, on the other hand, kinda wrapped up a lot of those unfinished things. I mean, aside from the big reveal right at the end, all other plotlines had been pretty much carried out. I suppose they'll find new stuff, but honestly, I could watch seasons 1 and 2 and feel it was a finished product.

I feel like having an unstoppable hyper-Hitler still hanging around is a bit of an unresolved issue.

Not sure I'd call her unstoppable, since the boy certainly stopped her (and then some). I mean, maybe she can regenerate but she was pretty farked up at the end of that episode.

Unless you're referring to Homelander, which, yeah, he's definitely a problem, but he apparently values his public image at least slightly over absolute power. For now at least.


I meant Homelander, and there's definitely the bones of an ethno-nationalist in him, not to mention an ego and narcissism approaching Trump levels. He's basically a hangnail away from just taking over and I'd love to see it.
And I'm with you on the subtly-named Stormfront, she wasn't walking away from that one!
 
2022-01-19 5:48:58 PM  
Comic Spoiler (It's been out close to a decade)

Wonder if this season The Boys will get their hands on and start using Compound V.

It's about time to level the playing field.
 
2022-01-19 9:40:27 PM  

Ostman: Moose out front: Ostman: Moose out front: Probably won't watch this animated show, but I love "The Boys" regular show.

Not entirely sure what they're going to do for season 3 though.

(No major spoilers ahead but kinda describes the seasons)

Season 1 had an incredible cliffhanger ending with tons of stuff left unfinished, easily paving the way for season 2. Season 2, on the other hand, kinda wrapped up a lot of those unfinished things. I mean, aside from the big reveal right at the end, all other plotlines had been pretty much carried out. I suppose they'll find new stuff, but honestly, I could watch seasons 1 and 2 and feel it was a finished product.

I feel like having an unstoppable hyper-Hitler still hanging around is a bit of an unresolved issue.

Not sure I'd call her unstoppable, since the boy certainly stopped her (and then some). I mean, maybe she can regenerate but she was pretty farked up at the end of that episode.

Unless you're referring to Homelander, which, yeah, he's definitely a problem, but he apparently values his public image at least slightly over absolute power. For now at least.

I meant Homelander, and there's definitely the bones of an ethno-nationalist in him, not to mention an ego and narcissism approaching Trump levels. He's basically a hangnail away from just taking over and I'd love to see it.
And I'm with you on the subtly-named Stormfront, she wasn't walking away from that one!


In my initial comment, I was mostly trying to emphasize that the cliffhangers at the end of the first season seemed way bigger than the ones at the end of the second. I mean, how'd Billy survive? And holy shiat that's his wife! And she's got a kid! It was just such a culmination of everything Billy had been searching for.

The end of the second didn't have any of that. And Billy's story is now complete. All he's in it for now is pure vengeance, there's no more mystery.

I'll still watch of course, just don't know what they're going to do.
 
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