For the Dynamite version of the character, see Soldier Boy/Comics.

Soldier Boy is a character in the third season of the Amazon series The Boys. He will be played by Jensen Ackles.

The Boys Series[edit | edit source]

Background[edit | edit source]

The past of Soldier Boy is shrouded in mystery. In 1944, when Oppenheimer was flailing with the bomb, Dr. Vought already had practical applications of Compound V tested in the field. This led to such superheroes as Soldier Boy, who killed German soldiers by the dozen.[2]

Soldier Boy remained a major hero with Vought for decades, and was familiar with Stormfront during her time as Liberty.[3]

Season Two[edit | edit source]

Soldier Boy was first mentioned in The Big Ride. Stan Edgar was telling Homelander about Soldier Boy when he tried to put the leader of The Seven in his place.

His statue was on the square in Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker. This is the only time Soldier Boy's physical appearance can be seen this season.

Season Three[edit | edit source]

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Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]

  • Superhuman strength: Soldier Boy is not as strong as Homelander, Stormfront, or any other supes. However, he is still relatively strong, similar to a super-soldier.
  • Superhuman Speed: Soldier Boy is able to dodge bullets as well as punches and blows easily.
  • Skilled use of his shield: Soldier Boy is an expert user of his shield, of which he uses as a melee weapon.
  • Expertise in hand-to-hand combat: Soldier Boy is able to be in control momentarily during his fight with Billy Butcher by using his speed, repeatedly throwing blows at him, stunning him multiple times.

Personality[edit | edit source]

  • While tough, he is often known to counsel the other heroes by using his penis, and oversized urethra, to put on puppet shows, allowing him to express his feelings through song and poetry.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • He is a parody of Captain America.

References[edit | edit source]

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