The Boys Endorses This Scary-Perfect Gender-Swapped Homelander Cosplay
The Boy’s Twitter account is the perfect gender swapping of Homelander The homicidal leader of the Seven and the one who can do whatever he wants.
Boys’ seal of approval for this gender-neutral Homelander costume.
A cosplayer with the handle @itsbellaxrose on Twitter shared an image of herself dressed as the leader of the Seven the antagonist in the Prime Video superhero series. The caption of her post reads “I’m Homelander & I can do whatever I want,” a reference to one of the most famous lines from the show. The kids loved the tweet, however, it was also noticed by the “world’s most formidable superhero”.
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Then, she posted her costume from her homeland and captioned the post “You guys are our true heroes,” another famous phrase used by Antony Starr. Starr was impressed by the video. The costume includes all the Superman-like features of the character such as the blue suit, striped red and white cape, red gloves, collars that have gold accents, and golden eagle shoulder pads.
Garth Ennis created Homelander with artist Darick Robertson. The comic was initially released by WildStorm Productions, and then later by Dynamite Entertainment. Homelander first appeared in The Boys #3 although he was mentioned in the very first issue. The comics depict the brutality of Homelander and his murderous ways through illustrations of various crimes. The Prime Video adaptation of the Prime Video series has given many brutal scenes.
Homelander The show, which Homelander is a part of in the show, raped Becca (Shantel vanSanten) who is the wife of Billy Butcher. In the comics, he is later proven innocent. He utilized his heat vision before season 3 to murder one of the top executives of Vought International, the company which produces superheroes. He also killed a group of Vought soldiers. The latest season of Homelander turns the character into a “homicidal madman” as per Eric Kripke. He is as well seen threatening another to commit suicide, as an apparent resemblance to All-Star Superman.
The cosplayer is active on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok under the same username on every platform (@itsbellaxrose). Prime Video now offers Seasons 1, and 2, as well as the initial six T He Boys episodes. The new episodes are released each Friday.