Vought International is an American multi-billion dollar conglomerative led by CEO Stan Edgar and previously managed by Madelyn Stillwell, former Vice President. The company is famous for the founding of The Seven and managing the global population of licensed Supes. They have been shown to be quite corrupt and corporatist, with the only goal of becoming the world dominant.
- "A world without crime, with liberty and justice for all, that's within our reach, thanks to the 200+ superheroes in the Vought family. We see a bright future ahead, where there is a Vought hero in every town."
- —Madelyn Stillwell[src]
Vought was founded by Frederick Vought, a Nazi scientist whom Hitler himself appointed as the chief physician at Dachau in 1939 where Vought would perform unethical experimentation on human test subjects in order to develop Compound V to enhance human beings into what are now known as Supes. Vought eventualy created the first dose of Compound V and had his first successful Superhero, his own wife, Stormfront. When Vought realized the Nazi party's defeat was certain, Vought defected from Nazi Germany and the Allied forces smuggled him to the US and allowed him to give his newly developed Compound V to military soldiers to increase their odds against the Nazi Party. This prompted President Franklin Roosevelt to pardon him in 1944, and allow him to continue his research on Compound V and create more Supes, and gave him his own corporation to further the development of the Supes as an advanced race of living weapons. At some point after Vought died Stan Edgar would take over as CEO and (perhaps like his predecessor) would cover up any casualties caused by the Supes. Compound V is shrouded from the public, however, whom are led to believe that Supes are born genetically advanced and chosen by God. Instead, Compound V was shipped across the US to hospitals by Samaritan's Embrace under the guise of medical supplies. At the end of Season One, however, Hughie Campbell was able to stop the Compound V shipments by threatening to release damaging information to the public about Ezekiel.
Vought's goal has always been to capitalize on Supes, cutting deals with independent cities and states for protection; Stillwell tried to offer Baltimore Nubian Prince at the price of $300 million a year, however the deal was tanked by Homelander. Nearing the end of Season One, Vought's goal was to get The Seven into the military and perhaps a number of other Supes. Due to her good work, it was Mr. Edgar's wish that Stillwell replace him as President of Vought. However things begin going awry after Homelander arranges for the creation of the "Supe Terrorists" to create enemies only Vought had the means to combat, which results in Compound V being exposed to military personal and the higher ups during raids on terrorist compounds resulting in major scrutiny towards Vought and Compound V being evaluated by the FDA. In addition to this, Homelander due to mental instability, kills Stillwell upon learning she deceived him, putting Edgar's plan to retire on hold. After Compound V is exposed to the public Vought places blame on Stillwell using her as a scapegoat, but the exposure nonetheless causes Vought's stock to plummet down drastically.
With the growing popularity of Stormfront, Vought incites the public to possible Supe-terrorist attacks, this leads to paranoia and xenophobia tainting the public. With the public afraid or angry, they supporting Compound V supplements to be given to law enforcement all across the country. Before the first shipments of V can be sent out, Stormfront has her past as a Nazi exposed and leads to further distrust in Vought. After Stormfront is defeated by The Boys, Vought uses the exposed Stormfront information as a scapegoat by saying she was the one who framed Starlight as a traitor, and Mr. Edgar announces the Shipments of Compound V have been permanently halted.
- Stan Edgar (President/CEO)
- Seth Reed
- Evan Lambert
- Ashley Barrett (Former Director of Talent Relations; New Senior Vice President of Hero Management)
- Doug Friedman
- Anika (Crime/Security Analyst)
- The Seven
- Frederick Vought (Founder and original CEO; †)
- Madelyn Stillwell (Senior Vice President of Hero Management; †)
- Jonah Vogelbaum (CSO/Scientist; †)
- Becca Butcher (Senior Director of Digital Marketing; †)
- The Seven
Vought has a large number of subdivisions to handle Supe affairs, among them:
- Vought Studios: Responsible for the production and release of superhero movies, such as Dawn of the Seven and Invisible Force.
- Vought Comics: Responsible for superhero comics.
- Vought News: Network channel, dedicated solely to Vought related news.
- Vought+: A streaming service.
- VSPN: Sports channel.
- Entertainment Television: A fashion and pop-culture channel.
- Vought Soul: A music channel.
- Vtv Television for Women: A TV channel centred around women's culture.
- Voughtland: A themed amusement park.
- Samaritan's Embrace: A charity organization, lead by Ezekiel. Acts as front for the distribution for Compound V to hospitals.
- Sage Grove Center: Psychiatrically facility, secretly responsible for tests of Compound V on live subjects.
- Food Chains:
- Planet Vought: Restaurant chain.
- Vought-A-Burger: Fast Food Chain.
- Crime Analytics