The Boys Season 3: Every Confirmed (Living) Super & Their Powers Explained
Amazon’s The Boys has more Supers than just Homelander and the rest of The Seven. Here is every living Super in season 3 and what their powers are.
Amazon’s The Boys expanded the Super world in season 2, and here’s every Super who is still alive heading into season 3. Based on the comics by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, The Boys introduced a bigger audience to the superhero satire content. The first season set up Vought’s superhero business with Compound V and gave viewers a chance to meet the world’s greatest superhero team, The Seven.
With The Boys season 2, Amazon Prime Video’s wildly popular show further explored the world of Supers. The Seven added new team members and the arrival of super terrorists also increased the number of powered people running around this world. Furthermore, season 2 revealed Vought was testing ways to give Compound V to adults effectively and that they had a testing facility at the Sage Grove Center with other Supers monitoring the new creations. Through major roles, Easter eggs, and what is known about season 3, The Boys has more confirmed Supers than ever before.
Of course, the expanding world of Supers did come at a cost. Following the deaths of Translucent, Popclaw, and Mesmer in season 1, The Boys killed off several more powered people. Season one’s super terrorist Naqib was killed in the first episode, Shockwave died in a surprising courtroom massacre, and even Lamplighter (Shawn Ashmore) died by the end of season 2. With major deaths and multiple new additions, here’s every living Super confirmed to still
Annie January aka Starlight (Erin Moriarty) is one of the members of The Seven and is also aligned with The Boys. She was recruited to join the team in season 1 after being a local Super in her hometown. Starlight quickly learned that The Seven and Vought weren’t as noble as their public personas, though, and began fighting back. Her main power is the ability to draw power from electricity, which allows her to blast energy from her hands and glow. These powers are limited, as Starlight has to be relatively close to electricity to muster her powers. If there is no electricity nearby, then she is left without her primary ability. The good news for Starlight is she also has the usual superpowers of increased strength and durability and is a decent fighter.
Homelander (Antony Starr) is the powerful leader of The Seven. After being the unquestioned face of The Seven in season 1, The Boys season 2 saw his leadership challenged a bit by new arrivals and Vought’s priorities. His powers include having increased strength, durability, and hearing, as well as laser and x-ray vision. He also possesses the ability to fly. Homelander’s power is nearly unmatched, making him the perfect choice to lead Vought’s superteam. But, he likely won’t be as in control of The Seven in season 3. His one known weakness is not being able to see through zinc, plus his constant need to feel loved.
Maggie Shaw aka Queen Maeve (Dominique McElligott) was the unofficial second in command to Homelander in season 1, but season 2 saw her turn against him. This didn’t lead to a fight between them, but Maeve could hold her own in such an encounter. Her abilities include superhuman strength, durability, agility, stamina, and reflexes. The Boys’ version of Maeve cannot fly like her comic counterpart and is now an open lesbian heading into season 3.
The Deep (Chace Crawford) is a former member of The Seven. His powers include the ability to communicate with sea life. His connection to the creatures led him to rescue a dolphin in season 1 and command an entire fleet of sharks and a whale in season 2. The Deep also has gills on his abdomen that allow him to breathe underwater. He attempted to rehabilitate his career with the help of the Church of the Collective in season 2, but it didn’t work. The Deep will not be back on The Seven when The Boys season 3 begins.
Reggie Franklin aka A-Train (Jessie T. Usher) is once again a current member of The Seven. Super-speed is his main superpower and saw him become the fastest man on Earth. After season 1 saw him have a heart attack from extra doses of Compound V, A-Train still struggled with his speed in The Boys season 2. He does appear to be in better shape heading into season 3, especially since he has now been welcomed back to The Seven.
Soldier Boy (Jensen Ackles) is an old Supe who will be introduced in The Boys season 3. He is one of Vought’s original superheroes and fought in World War II. Soldier Boy is The Boys’ parody of Captain America, a supersoldier with enhanced strength and speed. He is equipped with a giant shield to protect him and inflict pain on others. Soldier Boy was the leader of the superhero team Payback in the comics, and it is confirmed that the team will also appear in The Boys season 3.
Victoria Neuman (Claudia Doumit) is a rising congresswoman who also has superpowers. The reveal of Neuman’s abilities was saved for The Boys season 2 finale when the show confirmed she was behind all the exploding heads. She killed CIA director Susan Raynor, several people at the Congressional hearing, and the Church of the Collective’s leader Allistair using her powers. It isn’t known how or when she got these powers.
Kimiko aka The Female (Karen Fukuhara) is one of the main members of The Boys. She possesses super strength and the ability to heal, even after what could be fatal injuries. She received her powers from the Shining Light Liberation terrorist organization several years ago and smuggled to the United States. Kimiko has since teamed up with The Boys to use her powers to fight back against Vought and experimented with being a hired assassin in season 2.
Cindy (Ess Hödlmoser) is a new Super introduced in The Boys season 2 who is still alive heading into season 3. Cindy was one of the test subjects at the Sage Grove Center, where Vought’s experiments gave her telekinetic powers. She used these powers to rip doors off her fellow test subjects’ cells and blow up a security guard’s body. Cindy is also bulletproof and her increased durability allowed her to withstand an electricity blast from Stormfront. She was last seen hitchhiking away from Sage Grove and is confirmed to return at some point.
Love Sausage (Andrew Jackson) is another test subject from Sage Grove. He has increased strength and durability, but his primary power is his “love sausage.” In a change from the comics, The Boys’ version of Love Sausage has the ability to grow his penis upwards of 20 feet and control it as if it is a tentacle. He was knocked unconscious by Kimiko in season 2 and is confirmed to be returning in The Boys season 3.
Black Noir (Nathan Mitchell) is barely alive by the end of The Boys season 2. The silent Super is one of The Seven’s most skilled fighters. He has increased strength, durability, and agility, which have seen him withstand bomb blasts and overpower Starlight. However, Black Noir’s known weakness is a nut allergy. Queen Maeve shoved an Almond Joy into his mouth in season 2 and resulted in him having barely any brain function left. He is still alive heading into The Boys season 3 and is expected to make a full recovery.
Stormfront (Aya Cash) was one of The Seven’s new members in season 2. Her primary power was the ability to shoot lightning from her hands, but Stormfront is incredibly powerful beyond that. Stormfront has increased strength and durability, as well as the ability to fly. She also has some level of regenerative abilities and slowed aging, as Stormfront was the first Super created by her husband Frederick Vought. Before becoming Stormfront, she went by the name Liberty in the 1970s. Stormfront’s arms and legs were cut off by the end of season 2 but she is still alive and imprisoned by Vought.
Eagle the Archer
Eagle the Archer (Langston Kerman) was a new Super introduced in The Boys season 2. He is a parody of Hawkeye and is known to have a perfect aim with a bow and arrow. Eagle the Archer never got to show off these powers during his time on The Boys, as he spent most of it recruiting The Deep to join the Church of the Collective. But, Eagle is no longer associated with the Church after refusing to follow their orders.
Ryan (Cameron Crovetti) is the powerful son of Homelander and Becca Butcher. His powers were teased at the end of season 1, but Ryan used them for the first time in season 2. Ryan is super durable and has laser vision, but he hasn’t shown the ability to fly like his dad just yet. Ryan used his laser vision to stop Stormfront from killing his mom, and even though he did immobilize the threat, his lack of control also saw him accidentally cut Becca’s throat with his lasers. Despite the tragedy of the situation, Ryan’s laser vision might be more powerful than Homelander’s.
Matthew Culbert aka Gecko (David Thompson) is a former childhood friend of Starlight. The two of them met at Capes for Christ Bible Camp but they didn’t stay connected for long. He began working for Vought as a lab rat due to his regenerative abilities, while also letting people pay to cut off any part of his body for extra money. Starlight blackmails him with this detail in season 2 so Gecko gives her some Compound V.
Ezekiel (Shaun Benson) is a Christian public speaker with superpowers. His main ability allows him to stretch any part of his body to incredible lengths. Ezekiel is secretly gay and helped Vought smuggle Compound V in the past. He wasn’t in season 2 but is still believed to be alive heading into The Boys season 3.
Gunpowder (Joel Gagne) was not in season 2 of The Boys, but he did appear in the first season briefly. He is a member of Teenage Kix in the comics and is a weapons master, which is why he is shown in season 1 discussing the Second Amendment.
Nubian Prince was featured in The Boys season 1 briefly, as he was part of Vought’s plan to get each major city its own Super. He was originally based out of Detroit, Michigan but was relocated to Atlanta, Georgia. His powers have not been explored in the show, and he is a new creation for the show. But, he appears to be a parody of Black Panther, which could give him increased strength, speed, agility, and durability.
The Boys season 1 included confirmation that Drummer Boy is part of this universe. He is Starlight’s ex-boyfriend and she revealed that they dated for about a year. In the comics, Drummer Boy is the leader of the Young Americans, a Christian superteam for teenagers.
Big Game was confirmed to exist in The Boys during season 1. The leader of Teenage Kix has super strength and the ability to fly in the comics. He has yet to appear in the show but is believed to be alive after Billy Butcher asks Raynor for his file during the first season.
Shout Out was also directly referenced in The Boys season 1. He is a former member of Teenage Kix in the comics and possesses the powers of flight and electricity. Shout Out had to leave the group after revealing he was gay. In the show, Billy also asked Raynor for Shout Out’s file during the first season, but he hasn’t appeared.
The Boys season 1 also confirmed Crimson Countess is alive in this universe. Starlight mentioned Countess the likely choice to join The Seven instead of her. She has heat-related powers and can fly in the comics, where she is part of Soldier Boy’s Payback team. Even though she hasn’t appeared yet, that could change with Soldier Boy’s introduction in season 3 also exploring Payback.
Tek Knight is another Super confirmed to exist in The Boys and presumably is still alive. He was mentioned during season 1 when a woman revealed that Tek Knight broke her back. Tek Knight does not have any inherent superpowers but rather becomes a member of Payback after using his wealth to build an advanced suit, like Iron Man. Despite the insane stories he is part of in the comics, Tek Knight could make his debut in The Boys season 3.