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The Boys Season 3’s Homelander & Butcher Scene Sets Up The Comic Ending

Butcher and Homelander’s “Payback” convo subtly sets up the finer details of The Boys‘ comic ending too. Feeling misunderstood and angry at Vought positions Homelander toward going rogue and occupying the White House – just as he does in the comics. The Boys season 3 foreshadows “President Homelander” even more overtly in episode 3, when the blond barbarian tells Starlight he’ll stage a global coup if she releases the plane crash footage. Meanwhile, Butcher agreeing to Homelander’s terms of “scorched earth… shock and awe… blood and bone” lays foundations for Karl Urban’s perma-cursing antihero to embark upon a full-blown rampage, trampling over his own friends to achieve a twisted anti-supe agenda, just like The Boys‘ final issues. Butcher’s “too f**king right” line proves he’s willing to go just as far as his comic counterpart, and his resolve becomes apparent when injecting V-24. Incidentally, Butcher’s temporary powers add yet another previously-absent piece of the comic book ending.

Inevitably, changes will happen along that path. Garth Ennis’ The Boys comic shockingly revealed Homelander didn’t attack Becca, and this twist changes the course of Butcher’s crusade. We know Homelander was definitely (let’s say 99% to be safe) the culprit in Amazon’s TV show, so that revelation looks impossible to recreate. Because Amazon’s characters are more nuanced and complex than those in The Boys‘ comic books, the live-action adaptation might also opt for a more nuanced, complex ending than the bloodbath Ennis delivered.

Nevertheless, The Boys season 3 premiere’s Homelander-Butcher sequence feels deeply significant. It feels like a tacit contract between The Boys and its audience, promising the story’s endgame will see Antony Starr’s Homelander and Karl Urban’s Billy Butcher engage each other in a death match – maybe at the White House, maybe not, though season 3 does set it up – that blows the bloody doors off and heralds the death of one or both characters.

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The Boys Season 3’s Homelander & Butcher Scene Sets Up The Comic Ending

Butcher and Homelander’s “Payback” convo subtly sets up the finer details of The Boys‘ comic ending too. Feeling misunderstood and angry at Vought positions Homelander toward going rogue and occupying the White House – just as he does in the comics. The Boys season 3 foreshadows “President Homelander” even more overtly in episode 3, when the blond barbarian tells Starlight he’ll stage a global coup if she releases the plane crash footage. Meanwhile, Butcher agreeing to Homelander’s terms of “scorched earth… shock and awe… blood and bone” lays foundations for Karl Urban’s perma-cursing antihero to embark upon a full-blown rampage, trampling over his own friends to achieve a twisted anti-supe agenda, just like The Boys‘ final issues. Butcher’s “too f**king right” line proves he’s willing to go just as far as his comic counterpart, and his resolve becomes apparent when injecting V-24. Incidentally, Butcher’s temporary powers add yet another previously-absent piece of the comic book ending.

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Inevitably, changes will happen along that path. Garth Ennis’ The Boys comic shockingly revealed Homelander didn’t attack Becca, and this twist changes the course of Butcher’s crusade. We know Homelander was definitely (let’s say 99% to be safe) the culprit in Amazon’s TV show, so that revelation looks impossible to recreate. Because Amazon’s characters are more nuanced and complex than those in The Boys‘ comic books, the live-action adaptation might also opt for a more nuanced, complex ending than the bloodbath Ennis delivered.
Nevertheless, The Boys season 3 premiere’s Homelander-Butcher sequence feels deeply significant. It feels like a tacit contract between The Boys and its audience, promising the story’s endgame will see Antony Starr’s Homelander and Karl Urban’s Billy Butcher engage each other in a death match – maybe at the White House, maybe not, though season 3 does set it up – that blows the bloody doors off and heralds the death of one or both characters.

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The Boys Season 3’s Homelander & Butcher Scene Sets Up The Comic Ending

Butcher and Homelander’s “Payback” convo subtly sets up the finer details of The Boys‘ comic ending too. Feeling misunderstood and angry at Vought positions Homelander toward going rogue and occupying the White House – just as he does in the comics. The Boys season 3 foreshadows “President Homelander” even more overtly in episode 3, when the blond barbarian tells Starlight he’ll stage a global coup if she releases the plane crash footage. Meanwhile, Butcher agreeing to Homelander’s terms of “scorched earth… shock and awe… blood and bone” lays foundations for Karl Urban’s perma-cursing antihero to embark upon a full-blown rampage, trampling over his own friends to achieve a twisted anti-supe agenda, just like The Boys‘ final issues. Butcher’s “too f**king right” line proves he’s willing to go just as far as his comic counterpart, and his resolve becomes apparent when injecting V-24. Incidentally, Butcher’s temporary powers add yet another previously-absent piece of the comic book ending.

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Inevitably, changes will happen along that path. Garth Ennis’ The Boys comic shockingly revealed Homelander didn’t attack Becca, and this twist changes the course of Butcher’s crusade. We know Homelander was definitely (let’s say 99% to be safe) the culprit in Amazon’s TV show, so that revelation looks impossible to recreate. Because Amazon’s characters are more nuanced and complex than those in The Boys‘ comic books, the live-action adaptation might also opt for a more nuanced, complex ending than the bloodbath Ennis delivered.
Nevertheless, The Boys season 3 premiere’s Homelander-Butcher sequence feels deeply significant. It feels like a tacit contract between The Boys and its audience, promising the story’s endgame will see Antony Starr’s Homelander and Karl Urban’s Billy Butcher engage each other in a death match – maybe at the White House, maybe not, though season 3 does set it up – that blows the bloody doors off and heralds the death of one or both characters.

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