The Boys

The Boys: Season 3

Ladies and Gentlemen, it’s time. Today we’ll be reviewing the most real, controversial, jaw-dropping series about superheroes, celebrities, and political satire by creator Eric Kripke of The Boys: Season 3.
The Boys, honest to god, is a one-of-a-kind series that doesn’t shy away from the truth and lets its audience know straight out the bat what their favorite celebrities are actually like when not in front of the cameras.

Not to even mention that this season has gone far and beyond in letting us see a different perspective of our favorite characters such as Billy Butcher, MM, Frenchie, and Hughie Campbell.

The reveal of Homelander having a personality disorder was mind-blowing to see because it revealed so much about his throbbing facial expressions.

Or how about the fact that Black Noir in all his suffering in silence had created a world of cartoon characters in his mind as a price for betraying Soldier Boy to the Russians under Vought’s order.

This season of The Boys illustrates how everyone has issues whether we believe it or not, superhero, celebrity, or regular Joe; we aren’t perfect.

Human beings have flaws and it’s only when we decide to address the flaws rather than run away from them that we can live better lives.

On that note, creator Eric Kripke’s decision to go on a completely different route to that of the comic books, I believe was a great move on his part.

What has become scary to watch is how Homelander is slowly but surely showing his true self to the people and they are so blinded by his hero status that they don’t see the psychotic nature of the man.

But I must applaud the dark humor of this show as it is on a completely different level than any other show I’ve seen thus far, so I must warn sensitive people before watching this series, you will get triggered lol…

Have you once experienced something so raw and bizarre that even days later, the thought still pops up in your head and still you remain speechless?

That’s what episodes one and two of the third season of The Boys had me like.

Season 3 has had wonderful character development for the majority of the cast, the episodes are out of this world in creativity, especially Herogasm lol…

The reference to Kylie Jenner on the Pepsi Advert calming down the situation between protestors and the police with a can of Pepsi was even more hilarious with A Train in the mix.

Now let’s get into the real surprise of this season, Soldier Boy.

Jensen Ackles’s introduction as Soldier Boy has to be the cream of the crop and best moment of the season, then there’s the reveal of Soldier Boy being Homelander’s father which was mind-blowing.

This season has had two primary issues to address in father figures and the political satire which the creator Eric Kripke himself has stated is setting up for the fourth season to come.

But can we talk about merchandise that comes in all different shapes and sizes or the racist theme park that replaces burger buns with doughnuts?

How this series is approved in the first place amazes me yet I love every moment of it and wish we had even more of it.

Politics and Power go hand in hand with one another and the media is always the first to jump at the opportunity to get the news out there first even at the cost of the truth and people’s lives.

Seeing Meave fight Homelander was such a great moment in the series, I have a lot of respect for the lady for getting the courage to finally take a stand for herself.

There were times I thought we’d never get to see but I’m thankful that I was proven wrong.

The Boys is not for everyone but has the potential to become one of the best superhero comic book adaptations ever. I can’t wait for season 4.


Let me know in the comments section below what some of your best moments of The Boys: Season 3 are.
Thanks for reading…The Boys: Season 3

Eric Kripke

"Some of my favorite stuff doing The Boys is the in-world stuff. It's so funny to me, and I love how on social it even takes on a life of its own."

A group of vigilantes set out to take down corrupt superheroes who abuse their superpowers.
Karl Urban
Jack Quaid
Antony Starr
Jensen Ackles
Erin Moriarty
Dominique McElligott
Jessie T. Usher
Laz Alonso
Chace Crawford
Tomer Capone
Karen Fukuhara

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