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Toronto , Ontario , Canada. Dan Trachtenberg. Hugh "Hughie" Campbell suffers mental trauma after his girlfriend Robin is killed in a high-velocity impact with celebrity superhero A-Train.
Aspiring superhero Annie January auditions as "Starlight" and is accepted to join the superhero group The Seven following the Lamplighter's retirement.
Butcher asks Hughie to take the settlement money and to secretly place a bug at Seven Tower, but Hughie initially refuses. In Central Park, Annie meets Hughie by happenstance and they motivate each other to stand up for themselves and face their challenges.
Hughie plants the bug, but Translucent discovers it and confronts him. Butcher arrives and helps Hughie incapacitate Translucent.
Elsewhere, Homelander destroys the Mayor of Baltimore's plane while in flight, killing all passengers, in response to the Mayor's attempt to blackmail Vought.
Butcher and Hughie take Translucent to former partner Frenchie, who makes a meta-bullet to pierce the hero's diamond-hard skin, but it fails to kill him.
Butcher turns to CIA Dept. Director Susan Raynor for the "Mallory files", but she refuses. Vought VP Madelyn Stillwell tells Homelander about evidence Deep found incriminating him for the plane crash, so she handles it while he talks to Deep.
While working with the Deep, Starlight promises to kill him if he tries to sexually assault her again.
Stillwell uses shapeshifting Supe Doppelganger to blackmail Senator Calhoun into allowing a vote that could enable Vought to contract superheroes to the military.
Annie stops a rape, unaware she is being recorded. Her agent, Ashley, reprimands her potentially causing negative exposure and legal implications.
While Homelander searches for Translucent, Frenchie decides to place C-4 explosives in Translucent's colon, who fearfully reveals A-Train was with his girlfriend Popclaw before he killed Robin.
The Boys learn Homelander is nearby, so they cannot risk killing Translucent with an explosion. While Frenchie and Butcher create a distraction elsewhere with another explosion, Translucent escapes his cage and convinces Hughie to let him go.
However, Hughie changes his mind and detonates the C-4, killing Translucent. Philip Sgriccia. George Mastras. Hughie moves out after telling his father how he truly feels.
Starlight gains positive publicity for stopping the rape, but subsequently learns Stillwell wants her to wear a revealing costume.
She declines, but Stillwell forces her to do so lest she lose her job. Butcher brings in his former friend, Mother's Milk, to run surveillance on Popclaw by having Hughie install spyware on her computer, and they learn that A-Train takes a drug called Compound V.
Butcher wants to expose them before supes can be allowed into the United States Armed Forces , but requires a vial of Compound V from A-Train's upcoming race with another speedster, Shockwave.
Beforehand, Hughie meets Annie and invites her to lunch, where they open up to each other, while A-Train secretly uses Compound V to win and publicly announces he is single, breaking his promise to Popclaw to announce their relationship.
With MM deducing Popclaw swiped some vials, the Boys find her heartbroken, high , and in the midst of killing her landlord during hyper-charged sex.
Butcher uses this to blackmail Popclaw as an informant. Frederick E. Following Popclaw's tip, the Boys find a Triad hideout holding an imprisoned Japanese woman they call "the Female".
Frenchie frees her, and she kills her guards before running off. While MM finds evidence she was a test subject, Hughie goes bowling with Starlight, bugging her phone at Butcher's request.
Stillwell sends Homelander and Queen Maeve to save a hijacked airliner, but after he accidentally destroys the control panel, Homelander abandons the plane and its passengers, forcing Maeve to leave with him before she can rescue them.
After the Female kills a woman associated with her captors, Frenchie tracks her to Penn Station , and makes a momentary connection with her before losing her in the crowd just as A-Train arrives and tries to kill her.
Frenchie attracts a crowd to distract A-Train, allowing the Female to escape. The Boys corner her, but she attacks them before Butcher uses knockout gas.
Stillwell is pleased to see Homelander use the airliner tragedy to push for militarized supes, rousing the crowd with a speech, all while Maeve grieves for those she and Homelander allowed to die.
Stefan Schwartz. Anne Cofell Saunders. Feeling guilty for letting the airliner crash, Maeve visits her ex-girlfriend Elena, but leaves before explaining herself fully.
Butcher talks with his sister-in-law, Rachel, over putting a tombstone to his wife Becca. After A-Train kills Popclaw for betraying him, he returns to her apartment and finds surveillance footage of Frenchie.
Once Ezekiel is alone, Hughie extorts him for information about Compound V, while Homelander rallies the crowd with an impromptu hardline speech.
Starlight breaks script to speak candidly on Christianity, her sexual assault, and the compromises she made for her corporate employer.
Hughie later sympathizes with her, telling her about Robin's death and the toll it took on him. Frenchie discovers Black Noir is looking for him and in attempting to escape, he is told to leave the Female behind, but releases her out of sympathy.
She seemingly dies protecting him from Black Noir, but her wounds immediately heal. Jennifer Phang. Now informed, the Boys know Vought has used super charities to smuggle Compound V disguised as vaccines and make super-babies since With Ashley fired, Stillwell demands Annie comply with her designed image, but she refuses, remarking that firing her after reporting a sexual assault would hurt Vought's image.
Aware it was Deep, Stillwell has him publicly apologize and transfers him to Sandusky, Ohio , for a " sabbatical ". Butcher brings Hughie to a superhuman survivors' support group, but leaves after yelling at them for doing nothing to get justice.
Butcher later tells Hughie that Homelander raped his wife, who went missing shortly afterward. Frenchie and MM get help from telepath Mesmer to see into the Female's mind, learning her name is Kimiko and that she was kidnapped by the Shining Light Liberation Army terrorist group.
They also learn that Vought is making Compound V boosted terrorists to push their agenda for militarizing supes. Butcher tells Raynor, but when she refuses to target Homelander, he calls off the deal.
Mesmer gives Homelander surveillance photos of the Boys. Butcher finds out about Hughie and Annie, warning him not to fraternize with the enemy and threatening to tell her about Translucent.
Hughie and Annie have sex at a hotel, unaware Butcher has followed them. A depressed Deep finds his transfer to Sandusky dull and is sexually assaulted by a fangirl.
Holding a meeting discussing Hughie killing Translucent, extorting Ezekiel, and A-Train killing Robin, Homelander accuses Starlight of co-conspiracy, but Maeve defends her.
When A-Train calls Hughie, claiming he is holding his dad hostage, the Boys deduce Mesmer betrayed them, for which Butcher later murders him.
Homelander asks Vought scientist Dr. Jonah Vogelbaum about Becca, who informs him she was pregnant with his child, but claims both died and Vought covered it up.
Questioning the revelation's timing, Vogelbaum expresses regret raising him in a lab, calling Homelander his "greatest failure".
Butcher asks Raynor to protect Hughie and MM's families in exchange for evidence. As Raynor charges Stillwell and Vought, she learns of the superhuman terrorist "Naqib".
Annie confronts Hughie, who explains Vought's use of Compound V before Butcher arrives to exfil him and shoots her.
The Pentagon classifies Compound V as a controlled substance and the Boys as fugitives while Annie confronts her mother. Angry at being racially profiled while out of costume, an injured A-Train relapses with Compound V.
Butcher takes Hughie to Colonel Grace Mallory, who refuses participation, but informs them about Homelander's connection to Stillwell and warns Hughie about Butcher's desire for vengeance.
Deep learns Stillwell has denied his return to the Seven and suffers an emotional breakdown. Hughie leaves to ask for Annie's help, but she refuses out of distrust.
After seeing her old self reflected in her, Maeve opens up to Starlight, asking her to be herself. Homelander confesses to Stillwell that he secretly made the super-terrorists and they have sex.
A-Train arrives and briefly fights Starlight until he suffers a heart attack. Hughie applies CPR , but Starlight takes over so he can escape.
Butcher takes Stillwell hostage and fits her with explosives to bait Homelander, who, after revealing he tortured Vogelbaum for the truth about Becca, kills Stillwell himself.
Butcher detonates the explosives, but Homelander saves him and reveals to him that Becca has been hidden away to raise Homelander's son.
Phil Sgriccia. The Boys become wanted fugitives, with Butcher framed for Stillwell's murder. In hiding together, Hughie, MM, Frenchie, and Kimiko learn that a superpowered terrorist with telekinetic abilities is on the loose.
They attempt to inform Raynor, but she is killed by an unknown assassin. Against Hughie's wishes, Frenchie contacts Butcher to lead the Boys in facing the new threats.
When Homelander fails to intimidate Edgar, he returns to Becca's house to see Ryan. Liz Friedlander. Butcher arranges a deal with Mallory to capture the superpowered terrorist in exchange for Mallory finding Becca's location.
The Boys later learn the terrorist is Kimiko's younger brother, Kenji, whom they manage to subdue. A-Train threatens to expose Annie's involvement with the Boys when he awakens from his coma, but Annie counters with the knowledge that he murdered Popclaw.
Homelander forces himself into the secluded facility Becca and Ryan are living in so he can become a father figure to his son and teach him about his powers.
Drugged by the Church of the Collective, the Deep hallucinates his gills encouraging him to value himself. Maeve tells Elena she fears Homelander will kill her if he finds out about their relationship.
Homelander pushes Ryan into using his powers, which culminates in Ryan attacking Homelander to protect Becca. Using the sample she acquired from Gecko, Annie secretly leaks that Compound V is responsible for giving superheroes their powers.
Edgar responds by sending the Seven after Kenji when he is spotted by the police. Disobeying Homelander's orders, Stormfront kills Kenji, slaughtering several minority civilians in her pursuit, and frames Kenji for their deaths.
Edgar uses the destruction to argue that superheroes are necessary to prevent such incidents, while casting Compound V as the work of rogue scientists led by Stillwell.
Hughie visits The Legend, determined to find out more about the Boys: their history, their personalities, and their mysterious, hidden agenda.
Annie January alias Starlight has her own doubts about membership of the Seven. Hughie must also deal with his new romance with Annie January and the return of Blarney Cock as a brain damaged zombie Compound V is used to resurrect some supes, but with extreme brain damage , as the Boys get closer to finding out about their relationship.
Hughie learns the true origins of the supes while the rest of the Boys meet with members of the Seven for a discussion.
The Legend goes on to reveal the history of Vought-American, concerning their faulty contributions to both WW2 and Vietnam.
He then tells Hughie about their first major success regarding the Supes, the creation of the Homelander, the Seven, and his own past experiences working for Victory Comics, Vought-American's publishing company, specialising in fabricating VA's superheroes' deeds.
Meanwhile, as the rest of the Boys meet with the Seven, A-Train attempts to rape Starlight, only to be blinded in one eye.
After a brief history of the team is given, the Boys send in Hughie undercover to G-Wiz, one of the junior teams in the franchise, with the Female and the Frenchman as back up in case anything goes wrong.
Mother's Milk discovers that Silver Kincaid was abducted as a child from outside a store where her uncle had taken her for ice cream.
It is later revealed that most, if not all of the G-Men were abducted as children, and not, as the G-Men claim, "orphans and outcasts".
Meanwhile, the members of G-Wiz are instructed to kill Hughie, after Hughie is revealed to be a spy. Hughie's life is saved when the Frenchman and the Female intercede and murder most of the group.
Through interrogation of a surviving member of G-Wiz it is revealed that the founder of the G-Men, Godolkin, abducts young children and injects them with Compound V in order to manifest powers within them.
It is also revealed that Godolkin and other members of the G-Men sexually abuse the young recruits. This revelation is delivered before one of the G-Men kills the survivor, revealing Godolkin with the rest of the G-Men ready to kill the Boys; however, this only spurs Hughie the rest of the team following his lead to attempt to attack the entire G-Men forces at once.
Before they can launch this potentially suicidal attack, Vought-American forces arrive and slaughter all of the G-Men with heavy weapons and flamethrowers before confronting Butcher, telling him that they are capable of cleaning up their own mess.
The team deals with this in many ways, while Vought-American gears up to try to destroy the Boys. This first of the series' stand-alone miniseries chronicles the Boys as they sneak into Vought's secret, exclusive, annual, superhero bacchanalia "Herogasm".
Funded by the company on the premise of being a giant superhero battle to the public, the "heroes" spend a weekend at an island resort running wild and indulging in reckless debauchery: primarily, vast amounts of sex and the use of illegal drugs.
Meanwhile, the Vought-owned Vice President joins the festivities, and the Boys learn more about the corporation's plans as they target a Secret Service agent to try to determine V-A's infiltration of the White House through Red River operatives placed in the Secret Service.
Homelander destroys an entire passenger jet on a whim, and is preparing to tell all the other heroes all about it as an example of their superiority over humanity, but he is cut short by Vought.
The world's second most powerful team, Payback, are contracted by Vought American during the events of Herogasm, to take out the Boys. In exchange for their service, they are promised the opportunity to have their own team's profile elevated up to the level of the Seven.
The Female is ambushed by Stormfront and is badly beaten, falling into a coma. The team is attacked at an abandoned hospital, where the Female has been taken.
Mother's Milk is severely injured and Butcher proceeds to eliminate each of the remaining members of Payback while providing the rest of the team cover to get the Female to safety.
With only Stormfront remaining, the remaining Boys, with Vas called in for backup, defeat the former Nazi superhero in battle. The Female recovers in the hospital after the battle when Hughie makes the mistake of trying to eat one of her Chocolate Limes, getting his forearm broken in the process.
The story arc ends with Soldier Boy tied to a chair, while Butcher prepares to torture him for information. Mother's Milk tells Hughie his life story , how he came across the Boys, and why he continues to fight.
Frenchie tells his life story to Hughie. It is an absurd tall tale of a village called Franglais which translates to French-English, a comment on how everyone in France in English comics speaks where even his own parents call him "Frenchie.
He has devoted himself to pacifism, and refuses to joust his opponent on a bicycle with French bread. He finishes the story and jumps out of the window, leaving Hughie to question the tale's validity such as the title itself , quoted often as "a notorious example of one such misleading statement that probably confused the student more than teaching them anything functional about the language" .
This is the first stand-alone issue in the series. A stand-alone issue, with some visuals and dialogue paying homage to the Alien movies.
The Frenchman gives an account of the Female's origin to Hughie, speaking from her point of view, which is required, as she never speaks. He explains that, when she was an infant, her mother left her unattended in a lab in Japan , where a doctor was synthesizing Compound V.
She climbed into a pail of Compound V waste and then immediately killed the doctor, so all of his secrets died with him. She grows up in captivity, and is treated like an experimental animal as the company tries to use her blood to replicate the doctor's lost research.
She occasionally escapes and causes mayhem until recaptured. Eventually the Boys, led by Mallory, capture her during her latest escape.
Butcher drops in a concussion grenade to knock her out, with the intent of using her as a weapon. When she awakens, the Frenchman volunteers to instruct her on integrating her within the world, treating her with compassion and love and attempting to manage her recurring bouts of homicidal rage, which she tries constantly to control.
Butcher stumbles upon Hughie's relationship with Annie, aka Starlight. Hughie discovers that unlike the superhero community at large, Superduper is a minor-league group of low-powered supers who truly desire to use their abilities for good.
The arrival of a new team leader, the dangerous Malchemical, upsets Superduper's safe environment; Malchemical is doing "community service" for Vought by working with SuperDuper because of a transgression with his previous team.
Hughie accidentally befriends the team when he steps in to save one of their members from choking by performing an emergency trachaeotomy, but takes a stand against Malchemical in defense of the group, an act which irritates Butcher.
After Malchemical plays a cruel prank on one of the members, he threatens them to stop making him look bad, declaring he will do as he pleases.
Upon seeing Malchemical threaten to rape two of the female members, Hughie steps in to stop it. Butcher's test of Hughie was that, in the event of a direct conflict, had Hughie been a Vought plant, Malchemical would have had orders not to hurt him.
However, Hughie is nearly killed; Butcher, now convinced of Hughie's innocence, steps in at the last minute to save him, killing Malchemical by setting fire to him while he is in a gaseous state.
Butcher almost misses his opportunity to do so, because his plan is discovered by Mother's Milk, who had contacted the Legend and confronted Stillwell to assess Hughie's role with Vought.
Angered at Butcher's secrecy, the two have their first severe discussion, creating tension between them.
Stillwell brings Jess Bradley up to speed on the Homelander's profile, including a unique incident occurring twenty years ago.
The photos of this incident, showing the Homelander killing and devouring people, are the main weapon "The Boys" have against the Homelander.
The Homelander uses a Christian convention of superheroes and fans in New York, to gather all superheroes who are able to fight for Vought America in the case of an open conflict against the government or the military of the USA.
The content of this meeting remains unknown, but The Boys watch over the events. The meeting culminates after the Homelander offers one family a gift of a new car, offering to carry them home in it; however, after lifting the car thousands of feet up, he tells the frightened family that "the only man in the sky From there, he meets a large group of other supers to consolidate his plans.
Meanwhile, Hughie learns of Annie's identity as Starlight, and subsequently discovers how she joined the team. Angered and hurt, he leaves her.
After the events in Believe, Wee Hughie takes a vacation back to his family's house in Scotland to think about his life and whether he should leave The Boys.
Mallory also shares his own personal fears of the direction Butcher is taking the team, and Hughie confesses his real identity to Annie.
Hughie returns to the fold as he and Butcher are investigating a murder of a transgender sex worker that may be linked to Jack from Jupiter of The Seven.
Butcher returns to London, to view the body of his deceased father, and begins to reminisce on what led him on the path of vengeance against superheroes.
Billy was born into a family where his father, a baker by trade and a bully by nature, abused his wife and was indifferent to his sons.
Billy always possessed a streak of violence something he blames on his father and has to be restrained by his brother from killing their father after their mother is savagely beaten.
Billy becomes a Royal Marine and channels his deep-seated rage into combat during the Falklands War. However, peacetime gives him no outlet for his nature, and he begins picking fights, and not always coming out the winner.
Then fate brings him into contact with Becky Saunders, a social worker who connects with Billy, and is one of the few people who can calm his anger. As they fall in love, she encourages him to give up drinking and fighting, to aim his energy into positive ways.
He is still outspoken, but Becky's influence improves his life. It is Becky who helps Billy, his brother, and his mother see that she has to leave her husband, and her presence helps their mother succeed.
Billy and Becky get married, but their shared honeymoon is altered when the Seven show up at their hideaway. Becky suddenly becomes withdrawn and listless, which worries Billy.
His worries are violently justified when he wakes up one night and finds Becky disemboweled by the fetus that was within her, a fetus that hovers in the air and has glowing red eyes.
It attacks Billy, burning twin scars in his arm before he beats it to death. Billy blinds him with his thumbs, in response.
Later, Mallory shows up with Becky's diary, where it is revealed that The Homelander was responsible for the rape, pregnancy, and death of Butcher's wife.
Billy begins to enthusiastically grow into his role as a one-man reckoning, especially after the death of his brother, who he considers the last person who could stop him.
He finishes by revealing his hatred for the fury his father instilled in him, and pays his last respects to his father by urinating on his face and voicing his relief that it's an open-casket funeral.
The Homelander leads a superhuman coup d'etat against Washington, D. Butcher confronts the Homelander inside the White House, as he is defiling the corpse of the President.
Homelander confesses to Butcher that he has no memory of what he did to Butcher's wife nor the horrific events in the photographs of him.
Their confrontation is interrupted by Black Noir, who unmasks and reveals himself to be an insane clone of the Homelander. Black Noir committed the cannibalistic murders of women and children as well as the rape of Butcher's wife , and sent the photographs to the Homelander to make him doubt his own sanity and unhinge him.
The Homelander wonders whether he would have gone through with his own horrible crimes had he not believed he had a homicidal split personality, then flies into a childish rage realising that his clone ruined his life.
With the Homelander's army in disarray as a result of facing military weapons designed to track sources of Compound V, the military swiftly crushes the coup.
In the aftermath of the coup, Stillwell appears before Congress and blames Bradley for the disaster, having set her up as a scapegoat years in advance when he realized that VA's superhuman project was headed for catastrophe.
Meanwhile, the Boys are dealing with their own crisis, as the unit has been disbanded and the members' citizenships have been terminated.
Hughie discovers that Vogelbaum never committed suicide and was secretly helping Butcher develop a bioweapon that will kill anyone who was exposed to V, including millions of non-supers.
Having already killed the other Boys, Butcher lures Hughie to the Empire State Building to witness the detonation of the anti-V bioweapon.
Hughie and Butcher scuffle and tumble out a window. The fall breaks Butcher's neck. Not wanting to live as a quadriplegic , Butcher manipulates Hughie into killing him by falsely claiming to have murdered Hughie's parents.
Six months have passed since the events at the Empire State Building. Hughie arrives at the Brooklyn Bridge to leave his memorial to his fallen friends and to leave a final ultimatum for Stillwell for Vought-American now American Consolidated going forward.
Rayner's political career is dealt a fatal and filthy blow by the perverse Kessler.