Eric Kripke has just unveiled a strange poster linked to season 3. The latter highlights a convention on weapons reserved for girls.
Season 3 of The Boys begins to reveal its contours. After the announcement of the arrival with fanfare of Soldier Boy and the screen adaptation of the orgy Herogasm, Kripke continues to deliver some great exclusives. Indeed, the showrunner has just unveiled a poster that is as girly as it is subversive. The latter invites the girls to a convention on weapons to teach them how to protect their homes. Once again, Kripke flirts with taboo social topics, such as the possession of firearms in American families. On a candy pink background, the message is both tendentious and provocative.
The Boys: weapons for all! – Credit: Twitter / @therealkripke
Vought should therefore diversify its activities, by now sponsoring the sale of arms across the country. Girls can now fight but above all remain girls. Because the poster frankly plays the card of female clichés, all dressed in pink.
100% girly weapons
Obviously Vought knows how to convince the girls to buy guns. Shimmering colors, phrases borrowed from the musical repertoire of the 80s: nothing is too good to convince. Behind positive and inoffensive messages, Kripke seeks above all to criticize a society which trivializes the carrying of weapons. The subject was also one of the spearheads of Trump’s presidential campaign a few years ago. Baptized GalGear By Vought, the advertising campaign features a certain Linda Lockett, seemingly straight out of a family series of the 90s. With her smile and her perfect brushing, the actress plays a model mother, ready to do anything to protect her family.
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Vought therefore intends to diversify its target by offering the support of mothers and young girls in the country.. And nothing is too good to rally them to its cause. Glittery pistols or pink guns, corrupt society is afraid of nothing to achieve its ends. It remains to be seen whether the mysterious Linda will remain a mere commercial effigy or integrate the program as a full character. One could easily imagine that the perfect stay-at-home mom would become an important spokesperson for Vought, in its marketing strategy.
Either way, the gun convention Kripke talks about could be a big part of Season 3. Indeed, Vought could be keen to review its strategy for protecting the population in the face of the failures of some of its supers. And this new propaganda directly affecting households could wreak havoc even within civil society! While waiting to find out, fans can rejoice at the imminent arrival of a spin-off, which is also beginning to reveal its secrets.
Source : Screenrant
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