The Boys season 4 promos for “Supe Lives Matter” and “Make America Super Again”

The Boys season 4

It’s super Tuesday in the United States so Amazon Studios has released a new poster for The Boys season 4 that hypes up Homelander as someone who will “Make America Super Again.”

The new poster is an obvious nod to former president Donald Trump’s slogan “Make America Great Again,” and anyone that’s watched the show know it fits coming from Homelander.

The poster was shared with a reaction from series main character Billy Butcher, a supe-hater that called Homelander the “wanker in chief.”

The full poster was shared all over social media, here’s a look:

For those not living in the United States or not particularly interested in American politics, today is Super Tuesday – the day when 16 states and one territory (American Samoa) hold presidential primaries or caucuses. Over a third of all delegates for both the Republican and Democratic nominations are at stake today.

While current President Biden is the leading runner for the Democratic nomination, Donald Trump is the Republican frontrunner ahead of former UN ambassador Nikki Haley. In the fourth season of The Boys, both Robert Singer and Victoria Neuman are running for President and VP, respectively.

To further cement the satirical superhero show’s fiction, there’s even an official website for the Singer-Neuman campaign with their own history and life (fictional, of course), and there’s even a promo video from Neuman’s campaign that says “Supe Lives Matter”, an obvious jab at the infamous “Black Lives Matter” riots from 2020. Here’s the video:

Newcomers in the upcoming season of The Boys include Valorie Curry as Firecracker – who seems to be a friend of Homelander, as well as Watchmen and Walking Dead star Jeffrey Dean Morgan who hasn’t been named yet.

The Boys season 4 is scheduled to be released on June 13th, 2024 via Prime Video. It’s worth noting the season will run for 8 episodes with each new episode coming on Thursdays, which means one episode will come on July 4th.



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