M.M’s backstory may have recently revealed far more than initially anticipated, and it may make The Boys Season 3 even more weird than it already seemed to be. Season 3 of The Boys may hold a really incredible shocking twist, should one spot of foreshadowing prove to be true.
The Boys has never been the type of show that shied away from its often grisly and very shocking comic roots, and while avoiding any content that would lead to it being downright taken off-air the series has brought some of the funny book adaptation world’s most outrageous moments.
For the current two seasons, there have been some explosives placed in notably more vulnerable parts of the human body, a substantial spot of full-frontal nudity, exploding the heads, and the reveal of vaguely concerning the interest of Homelander in breastfeeding, to name not even the most surreal and scandalous moments from the show.
The comics take things even further, to the degree that has recently proved problematic at times over the years and the creators of the show have already confirmed that at least one notorious scene involving Soldier Boy and Homelander is going to be left out.
The Boys Season 3: New Plot Reveal Leaves Fans Shocked
But Season 3 may hold even more shocking scenes than just the infamous Herogasm of The Boys. With the show having dealt predominantly with the backstories of Billy Butcher and Homelander so far, but not the supporting characters, there is an opportunity to look there for further more story opportunities.
And while the show is really far from being cancelled M.M’s storyline needs to be summed up before it does end. Everything shown thus far in The Boys series suggests that this will include his mother, much as it did in the series comics, and that means that the third season could consist of one of the most unsettling moments imaginable for the show to pull off.
Thus far, whatever has been revealed of Marvin’s family has mostly focused around his daughter, his wife, and his father, who Marvin believes that he passed away as a result of overworking himself to try and sue Vought for a really mysterious wrong the company had done.
While the show is sure to be different from the comics in its details as it has purposefully been to differentiate the two versions of The Boys there is a good chance element of the comic will remain the same for this storyline, specifically in regards to the bad blood between Marvin’s family and Vought.