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With this additional pressure, The Boys creator Eric Kripke could be laying the grounds for this to-the-death duel to take place in the coming season. But I told Krip, 'Look, man, put me in anytime. You tell me when to come running, I'll come running.'" Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) is certainly no angel, but it would be so satisfying to see him finally kill Homelander.
The Boys season three was probably the wildest ride the show has taken us on thus far – and that's really saying something. Ryan, the result of that pregnancy, was revealed to be a natural-born Supe rather than having been injected with Compound V like the others. It wouldn't surprise us if Butcher pumped some more V for one last fight with his adversary and we get to watch them fight it out to the death, bringing the show's primary conflict to a close.Earlier on in the season, Homelander goaded Butcher into agreeing to a fight to the death. Not that Butcher needed much convincing. He was practically salivating at the thought. One of the endgame storylines in the books that we always really responded to was this notion that the vice president was literally gunning for the president and that the president was in mortal danger.
You know how crazy The Boys is? It's gonna get crazier. I had so much fun on that show," he told Collider. But with the guilt of his mother's death, Butcher pushing him away as a result, Homelander as a father and Soldier Boy as a grandfather, the kid is bound to be a bit messed up. Funko previously announced a huge collection of The Boys-themed Funko POP! figures earlier this year at the New York Toy Fair to tide fans over until the release of the new episodes, but now that the first episodes of season 2 have premiered, we've been given an all-new look at the figures.
That if the vice president were to take over, they would by all intents and purposes be a Vought plant, which was sort of that lore between Dakota Bob and Neuman in the comics.
With Soldier Boy down (again), it looks like he's the only other Supe powerful enough to kill Homelander – if he's willing to.
In season one, viewers found out that Homelander had raped Butcher's wife Becca (Shantel VanSanten) years before, causing her to disappear while pregnant. The secret head-popping Supe is willing to kill anyone who stands in the way of her political campaign to the top, and with Homelander being, well, Homelander, he’s always going to pose a major threat. The fact that his days are literally numbered after shooting up Temp V throughout season three means season four could well be the show's final run.