The Boys fan in your life undoubtedly devoured the new season and all of its transmedia extra content on social immediately when it was first streaming in the summer of 2022, but that doesn't mean the discussion about the show or the desire to celebrate the fandom of it has tapered off. Although it will be a while before new episodes (or is spin-off) hit Prime Video, there are lots of other ways to bask in one's love of the supes and/or vigilantes created by Vought International.
Created by Eric Kripke but based on the graphic novel of the same title by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, The Boys skewers superhero culture (or more common in our real world, celebrity culture), corporate culture, and American ideals that include capitalism. So, yes, we recognize that advertising items for purchase (even if they're collectibles!) to fans of a show that is pointing out issues with such consumption could be problematic. But as fans, it's common to want to wear your love on your sleeve (often literally).
So, from artistic renderings you can hang on your walls, to toys and games you can play with or simply display, to functional items including clothing and drinkware, there's something for every fan of The Boys. And we're highlighting several of those items in the list below.
Although there are a lot of options should you want to adorn your walls with the faces of the actors from the series, this retro-modern poster combines the vibe of the show with its literary roots. In some ways, the poster looks more like a book cover than a poster at all, which means clean lines, simple fonts, and a focus on the title and image, rather than big credits box. (Although, there is a credits box, listing the cast of Season 2.) Only the titular boys are pictured here, though, so admittedly, if you prefer the supes to the vigilantes, this is not the item for you. Size options range from 9x11 to 24x36, and the price is for an unframed print.
It's been Homelander (Antony Starr) vs Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) all along. No matter which side of that fight you stand on, you know the show is gearing up for an epic battle between the two men before the series' end. Prepare yourself, and show off your devotion, with this colorful metal poster designed by Bruno Macedo. You have the choice of three sizes, two finishes, and four frames (or you can purchase it unframed), so you can select the option that best fits the prime spot you plan to give it in your home or office.
True fan of The Boys know Homelander doesn't want to get his milk from a mug, but here in civilized society, we drink out of the appropriate glassware. Although, if you don't like milk, you can use this for a variety of other beverages and still show off a very, very specific attribute of America's favorite superhero. The mug holds 11 ounces of liquid but only comes in the ceramic style pictured (not a travel mug option).
Jensen Ackles had a season-long arc on the third and most recent season of the comic book drama as Soldier Boy, which had everyone on the internet talking for months. His character was the villain of the season (even more so than Homelander, which is saying a lot!), which actually resulted in the vigilantes and supes coming together to take him out in an epic battle that was not the first of its kind (remember the women of both sides going after Stormfront in the Season 2 finale), but may be the last. Now you can wear that experience on you literally. The shirt comes in unisex tee shirt sizes, but is also available in tank top and hoodie form at a different cost. It also comes in a variety of colors, though to stay true to Soldier Boy, green is the way to go.
Starlight (Erin Moriarty) may have hung up (well, thrown out) her super suit at the end of Season 3, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't continue to show your support for one of the only superheroes with a conscience. This tee is simple, as it's just her name and star logo on a solid color tee (it comes in a variety of colors), but if you want something with her face on it,
Show your support for the vigilantes and rage against the system that made supes with this anti-supes shirt in the style of the Anti Social Social Club, but with a rendering of Billy Butcher's face (complete with laser eyes to further complicate emotions). Although it is only available in a t-shirt format, it comes in both men and women's fits and several styles and colors. Though, we have to say, there is something about classic black that just really reads vigilante.
The Boys Funko Pop! figures are hard to find these days since everything that company makes is in limited supply, but being that the series is from Amazon Studios that streams its new seasons exclusively on Prime Video, of course the company has some in stock! From the titular Boys (Billy Butcher, pictured above) and Hughie (Jack Quaid), to supes including Queen Maeve (Dominique McElligott), also pictured above, Homelander, and A-Train (Jessie T. Usher), you can display your favorite or buy a bunch and stage your own battles. (Bonus points if you make stop-motion animations recreating iconic scenes from the show!) The vinyl figures stand just until 4-inches tall and of course come in a collector's box.
If Funkos aren't your thing (or even if they are but you just want more options of different sizes to display and/or create stop-motion videos), there are also minifigure options out there. While not official LEGO branded figures, they have the same look, style, and size of those bricks. A set of eight supes (a mix of The Seven and Payback characters, as pictured here) is $30, but if you want to remain true to only one set of supes, you can purchase individual characers for $6 each.
Whether you want a collectible to sit alongside other pop culture memorabilia on your shelf, a soft doll to cuddle with on the couch while bingeing new episodes of The Boys, or a new toy for your human or fur child, these crochet dolls of the characters on the show will fit the bill. As cute as they are, they are also pretty durable, being made of yarn and cotton. Each doll stands at almost 6 inches in height and features details unique to that character's costume and personality. As pictured above, Billy Butcher comes with a weapon (a signature crowbar), while Soldier Boy carries his indestructible shield. Although only three of the men are pictured, any character can be made as a custom order.
If you missed the Kickstarter that launched a board game for The Boys, you can still snag a copy of the finished product (complete with Homelander bust and miniatures of the other characters). The game allows you to pick your teammates in battle against Homelander, and you have multiple rounds to try to recruit more characters, complete missions (including blackmail!) to earn money, and pick up additional resources to use to strengthen your stance against him. The game is recommended for two to five players.