The Boys continues its ‘Vought propaganda’ in the latest webisode

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The Boys is bridging the gap between Seasons 2 and 3 with the help of webisodes on YouTube. You’ll want to follow the Vought International channel.

There is no doubt we’re invested in The Boys, and we’re certainly looking forward to the third season. To help keep us entertained, Eric Kripke and co. have brought us some of Vought’s propaganda.

The webisodes are about five minutes long, and they started three months ago with Starlight’s music video to say goodbye to Translucent. From there, we’ve got to know Cameron Coleman, who likes to share the propaganda from the big company. The aim is to keep the focus on the love for the Supes with everything that’s happened.

In the latest video, Cameron includes a little about Victoria Neuman’s campaign.

Victoria Neuman wants to keep rogue Supes off the streets in The Boys

We all know that Victoria Neuman has her own agenda, and it’s definitely not what she claims it is. After all, she’s the rogue Supe that has been blowing people’s heads off. Hypocrite much?

The problem on The Boys is that nobody knows who she really is yet. That’s sure to come out, but she is one of the big focuses for Cameron on the latest propaganda video.

Neuman’s campaign involves getting rogue Supes off the streets. Of course, we kind of have to agree with her on that one. That would be taking the majority of Supes off the streets, though. We all know they’re entitled and think they can do no wrong. Cameron is there to keep the love for the Supes, pointing out that there are “a few bad ones” and the bad ones shouldn’t mean the country should be in danger.

One of the best parts of the video is the Vought+ advertisement, which is clearly a parody on some Disney+ advertising. Homelander, Starlight, A-Train, Queen Maeve, and Black Noir are part of the advertisement to share why people should get it. It’s interesting that The Deep still isn’t part of that, suggesting he’s still not going to be back with The Seven any time soon. And there’s no replacement for Stormfront yet.

Check out the latest Vought International webisode below:

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The Boys is available to stream on Amazon Prime Video. Stay tuned for the latest updates about The Boys Season 3.