Season 3 of The Boys could be more tragic than the previous ones … And for good reason, the narrative arc of Queen Maeve in the comics ends very soon, but it remains to be seen if Eric Kripke decides to follow the original tales in future episodes. However, another theory relayed by Screen Rant would thwart this idea. Indeed, season 3 of The Boys comes across as a satire of the MCU – including the arrival of Soldier Boy, a parody of Captain America – and the deaths of important characters are very significant in Marvel movies and series. This is the reason why The Boys should emphasize more that the death of strong protagonists does not affect the plot, or quite simply not to stage the death of characters within the sequel.
It is certain that the deaths of important characters are part of one of the most significant plots of Marvel Studios. Recently, Avengers: Endgame staged the deaths of Iron Man and Black Widow, superheroes we had followed since the start of the MCU. Their deaths had the effect of a tsunami among fans; and The Boys will definitely come to laugh at any of these stories. Either Eric Kripke will decide to kill one of his protagonists in a brutal way, without a moving staging therefore, or he will decide to leave all the characters alive. If this is obviously only a theory at the moment, we can already expect that season 3 of The Boys is even more satirical than the previous ones! While waiting to learn more, we let you discover the first shooting photos with Homelander and Starlight.