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Ghost is a character in the animated anthology series, The Boys Presents: Diabolical. She's featured in the episode, "An Animated Short Where Pissed-Off Supes Kill Their Parents".

The Boys Presents: Diabolical[]

"Episode 2"[]

Ghost, like all supes, was experimented on at birth by Vought International with Compound V. She gained the power to be a ghost where she can float through walls, unfortunately her power was too unstable making her unable to feel, touch and eat while also leaving her in the nude. Her parents, disappointed, dumped her at the Red River Assisted Living For the Gifted Child, where parents dump their kids with “shit powers”. At the center, she became friends with other kids like Mo-Slo, Boombox, Fang, Kingdom, Aqua Agua, Big, Human Tongue, Picante Balls and Flashback.

She and her friends find out about Compound V and that they were man-made, realizing that their parents injected them with Compound V to make them famous superheroes so they could get rich off of them, but then abandon them when their powers turned out to be too strange and unwieldy, Ghost and his friends decide to take their revenge.

They get in a car and go to try and find their parents. First, they find someone at Vought to get the files on where their parents are located. Another Supe named Papers walks in, with the ability to find any papers any time. He’s not very good at finding papers though but Fang manages to find them.

They worked together to kill all of their parents until it was Ghost's parents turn.

Ghost’s dad seems to have known she would’ve come around eventually because of the Compound V news. Her friends help her kill him in the garage. However, Homelander shows up and kills everyone immediately, except for Ghost due her total intangibility. Ghost’s mom walks out and sees her husband dead. She tells Ghost, “I wish you were never born”. Ghost tells her she’ll return one day, then she gets away.


Because her powers affect her ability to interact with the physical world, Ghost is depressed. She is visibly hurt by how her parents neglected her without remorse and resents her inability to physically experience anything, even stating that she "Wants to die, but can't." Upon finding out that her parents voluntarily had her experimented on with Compound V, she becomes vengeful towards them and is willing to commit patricide.

She is a capable leader, as shown with how she rallies the other young Super's together and leads their journey to track down and kill their parents.

Powers and Abilities[]


  • Ghost Physiology: Due to being exposed to Compound V, Ghost has gained many abilities attributed to ghosts.
    • Intangibility: As her name suggests, Ghost possesses the ability to pass through physical matter. Moreover, she can not be physically harmed, as shown when Homelander's heat vision has no effect on her.
    • Flight: Ghost is able to levitate and propel herself through air.
    • Self-Sustenance: Although she still gets hungry, Ghost does not need to consume food for sustenance, since she does not have a stomach or digestive tract.
    • Immortality: Due to her Intangibility, Ghost cannot die through conventional means. However she still appears to age, implying that she might be able to die due to old age.
  • Superhuman Hearing: Ghost possesses superhuman hearing, allowing her to hear better than humans. Like all Supes, she can hear higher frequencies that humans cannot.


  • Leadership: She leads the young Supers on their quest for vengeance against their parents.



  • Permanent Intangibility: Ghost is permanently locked in her intangible state and cannot become tangible in order to interact with the physical world.
  • Hunger: Despite not needing food to survive, Ghost still gets hungry. However since she can't interact with the physical world, she cannot eat either, meaning that she has no way of satisfying her hunger. This likely happens due to her brain's survival instincts and subconscious desires.


  • Despite her inability to interact with the physical universe, Ghost is still able to speak and make herself heard. Since normal human speech requires the ability to expel air from the lungs, which in turn vibrates the vocal cords, then sounds are shaped in the mouth, Ghost must employ some other mechanism to replicate human speech.
    • Additionally, Ghost appears to be able to sit on benches and chairs, and is even able to ride in a car with her Supe peers during the road trip. Whether or not she is actually able to do this, or if she is merely hovering over the objects is unknown. If it is the latter, this also implies that she has enhanced speed.
  • Due to her self-sustaining abilities and intangibility, Ghost does not eat food, nor does she appear malnourished, insinuating that her body may constantly be locked in a state of homeostasis. This could also mean that Ghost may not even be able to expire from the physical complications associated with old age.