The Boys Releases Hi-Res Prop Art

The following article contains spoilers for The Boys Season 3 finale, “The Instant White-Hot Wild,” streaming on Prime Video.

Concept artist and illustrator Vincent Proce gives fans of The Boys their clearest look at The Deep’s painting from the Prime Video series’ third season, as well as an alternate design.

Proce shared the artwork on Twitter, writing “A bit of prop art for The Boys.” The post includes two images, both of which show The Deep (Chace Crawford) holding a trident while standing next to Homelander (Antony Starr). One of these pieces appears in The Deep’s Vought Tower bedroom throughout Season 3, displayed as a painting. showcasing the aquatic supe as Homelander’s right-hand man while he sits in a big armchair.

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Homelander and The Deep’s Relationship Explained

Although The Deep frequently pines for Homelander’s approval throughout the series, The Seven’s leader shows very little care for the supe, and ridicules him more than once. An example of this occurs in the Season 2 episode “Over the Hill with the Swords of a Thousand Men” when Homelander tells The Deep that one of his gills is visible and that he should “cover it up” because “it’s disgusting.” Despite this treatment, The Deep does everything Homelander asks of him, including treason against the United States and murder in Season 3.


The painting of The Deep and Homelander is most visible in the Season 3 finale, “The Instant White-Hot Wild,” while The Deep is watching a news interview with his ex-wife, Cassandra Schwartz (Katy Breier). Cassandra is promoting her new autobiography, In 2 Deep: My Journey 2 Freedom (a sequel to The Deep’s Deeper memoir from Season 3), when she publicly condemns her ex-husband, saying, “You don’t know the real Kevin, and you wouldn’t like him if you did.” The moment marks the second time that The Deep has been publicly outed for his behavior after Starlight (Erin Moriarty) revealed at the Believe Expo that she was raped by the supe in Season 1, something Vought International made him apologize for on camera and led to his suspension from The Seven.


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The Deep Is in Projects Beyond The Boys

Despite Homelander showing little regard for The Deep, Starr has previously said that Deep is one of his favorite characters on the show, and The Boys has showcased the soup through commercials, thought-provoking promos and more. Released on June 9, The Boys even gave Crawford and Breier their own solo project that debuted alongside Season 3, an Audible recording titled The Boys: Deeper and Deeper. The audiobook is an in-universe interview between The Deep, Cassandra and Hailey Miller (Leigh Bush) that discusses The Deep’s life (as told in his memoir written by Shia LaBeouf’s ghost writer).


All three seasons of The Boys are available to stream on Prime Video, along with the Emmy-nominated, animated spinoff The Boys Presents: Diabolical. Although it has no release date, a live-action spinoff, Gen Vis currently in the works, focusing on the college life of Vought’s young, up-and-coming superheroes.

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