The Boys: How would each character fare in the Marvel or DC Comics universes?

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Stormfront

Being a Nazi is deplorable and yet Stormfront managed to one-up her awfulness by holding people hostage and experimenting on them. When they talked back, she had them killed. What made it even more blood-boiling was the fact that she started off being likable and turned into one of the ugliest supes we’ve seen thus far. Her inherent racism and her relationship with Homelander made it easy to hate her. She got her comeuppance in the end, but the reason it felt earned was because she was a phenomenal villain. Aya Cash went in and knocked the role out of the park. She deserves a standing ovation for what she did.

Stormfront would be one of Red Skull’s premier villains in the Marvel Comics universe. Not only is she one of the most powerful villains, she’s smart to boot. Unlike other protagonists that age slowly, Stormfront evolved with the times. Realizing that the old ways wouldn’t work, she hired people to make herself look good online. In reality, she was attempting to start a race war.

Red Skull would have loved everything she did and rewarded her. In return, he would have given her almost anything. It would be great to see Miles Morales or Ms. Marvel take her out. She’d never be able to live with herself. Meanwhile, we’d all smile and laugh.