The Boys Season 3: New Vought International Network Video Is Teasing Us With Groundhawk

The Boys Season 3: New Vought International Network Video Is Teasing Us With Groundhawk

As the third season of the popular, violent, satirical, and quite a controversial superhero show is closing in, more and more information arrives. Last summer we got a first look at Jensen Ackles’ Soldier Boy, and a few days ago the same happened for Laurie Holden’s Crimson Countess.

Now, the Vought International YouTube channel that’s occasionally releasing the news from the inside of the universe where the show is set revealed a new video that’s teasing us with one more character – Groundhawk. Season on 7 with Cameron Coleman – as that fictional news is called, revealed that Groundhawk never backs down from a fight and a cheap bottle of… well, whatever’s cheap.

As Cameron Coleman also reported, Groundhawk had another incident with the law enforcement in Chicago and he was sent to rehab for the fifth time already.

Groundhawk is the feral supervillain, the leader of the G-Men team. And you can probably already guess which Marvel hero he’s based on. Ground Hawk is a parody of Wolverine, and he has the hammers in the place of his hands. Since he can’t grab because of that, he’s usually seen being fed by his teammates. Groundhawk is the enemy of both Vought International and The Boys. He debuted in the comics in The Boys #24.

It is unclear if the Groundhawk will make a live-action debut on the show or is this just some reference. Regardless, we can still expect a lot of newcomers in season 3. Except for Super Boy and Crimson Countess, other newcomers include Nick Wechsler as Blue Hawk, Miles Gaston Villanueva as Supersonic, Sean Patrick Flannery as Gunpowder, while Kristin Booth and Jack Doolan will play siblings Tessa and Tommy, also known as the TNT Twins.

The Boys Season 3 release date is still TBA.

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