The Boys Season 2 helped expand the Superhero world. There are still many Supes who haven’t appeared in the show. Maybe The Boys Season 3 holds an answer.
He has been mentioned in the show every now and then. One of the few good heroes, he has a fist sized tumor in his head that forced him to screw anything he could find – including chairs and asteroids.
Klanter is the Iron Man of The Boys Universe, quite literally. He does not have a high tech suit of armor like Tony Stark. He is a polymorph, able to turn his body into a variety of metal objects. He can turn himself into an anvil or even an iron chain. Klanker has Tourette’s Syndrome. It forces him randomly shoutout obscene slurs in public. The show could use a guy like him.
Bobby Badoing is on obese super-abled human and a part of the team Super Duper. His body mass and the elastic nature of his anatomy make him extremely durable. He can bounce off of objects, with a landing force that can crush cars like egg-shells. Bullets and projectiles bounce off of him. His obesity makes it impossible for him to urinate without assistance. A good natured superhero, he is a much needed addition to the dark and bleak universe of The Boys.
Mister Marathon was the original speedster of the Seven. He was A-Train‘s predecessor. When a plane’s engines malfunctioned, Homelander and Mister Marathon were sent to save the passengers. They ended up making matters worse and Homelander let him die. The character is obviously dead in the comics and in the show. But a few flashback sequences could be in order. There’s so much A-Train could learn from this guy. Considering the guy is becoming somewhat of a good guy, he could learn from Mister Marathon’s mistakes so that he doesn’t repeat them.
Malchemical is a disgraced former member of Team Titanic. He was kicked out of the team after he impersonated the team leader and had sex with his girlfriend. He later became a part of Super Duper. Malchemical is extremely anti-social and a sexual predator. He would do anything to get back at the people who wronged him. His powers allows him to change his body shape and density. In the comics, he was killed after Butcher lit him on fire when he was in gas form. The guy would be a perfect fit for the demented and twisted universe of The Boys.
Technically he is not a superhero. But the character is a must for The Boys Season 3. The Legend is a pastiche of Stan Lee. He somehow knows every dirty little secret of the Supes. One huge criticism for The Boys was it narrated the events, rather than showing them. The Boys Season 3, if it decides to include The Legend, has to get past that criticism. A Stan Lee kind of figure telling The Boys everything they need to know to take down a Supe is just what Billy Butcher needs right now since he would be working for the Office of Superhuman Affairs.