From the world of Amazon Studios’ The Boys, there is almost no business or thing more tainted than Vought International. The first two seasons of The Boys have made it blatantly clear how filthy and nefarious Vought, the company responsible for forming both the Seven and handling public superheroes, really is. Because of this, it has been through Vought the Boys has managed to convey a number of its most scathing critiques and satire of corporate strategies in modern America.
Vought undergone any significant setbacks from the Boys’ second time, but the series also made it blatantly clear that Vought was not likely to return without a significant fight. The corporation remains accountable for the handling and management of a number of the most effective beings on the world, and its public messaging approach remains as deceitful and corrupt as ever.
That is particularly clear in certain new pictures from The Boys season, which seem to reveal Vought’s most up-to-date effort in exploiting and pandering to the American people.
Could these images tease a subplot for The Boys season 3?
On March 6, 2021, The Boys showrunner Eric Kripke shared with his Twitter accounts three fresh behind-the-scenes pictures from the Amazon Prime series’ highly-expected third season. The pictures in question show advertisements for a brand new Vought product called “GalGear.” Depending on the graphics, Vought’s most current creation is a line of firearms and gun accessories created solely for ladies.
The first picture shows a middle-aged girl — called “Linda Lockett” — carrying a black shotgun using a quote beside her that states,” that I like protecting my loved ones!” Over the picture and quotation is your pink “GalGear by Vought” emblem. The next picture is a banner that also offers a woman holding a gun near the tagline, “Girls only want to have guns!” Meanwhile, the next and last picture Kripke shared seems like a screenshot of some other gun coated in (predictably) pink camouflage.
Since so little about season 3 of The Boys is famous at the moment, it is difficult to predict just how much Vought’s new product lineup will work in the year’s narrative. It’s completely possible that “GalGear” would be the focus of one of this season subplots, or it might simply be another in-universe review of modern American civilization, which has little to no effect on this season’s general story. In any episodes, it is just further evidence that The Boys nevertheless will not be holding any punches in its third season.