The Boys’ Emmy parody reveals the Supes’ red carpet looks

The Boys releases artworks depicting some of the Seven in ‘Supie Couture’

The Boys’ Emmy parody reveals the Supes’ red carpet looks 13

Amazon Prime Video’s The Boys was nominated for Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series at the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards, but this didn’t stop the superhero show from making fun of the prestigious awards ceremony.

Earlier this week, The Boys’ in-universe company Vought International created its own awards show called The Supie Awards following a supposed Emmy snub. In a series of tweets, Vought announced that all its Vought+ Originals won a Supie despite scoring zero Emmy nominations. Vought then enumerated all its Supie-winning Vought+ Originals with their own “for your own consideration” posters, along with a short description of each series. The made-up Vought+ Originals are documentary Her Deepness, miniseries Homelander: The Brightest Night, competition series Run Yourself Thin, murder mystery Maeve of Easttown, and rom-com Love, Sausage.

And with the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards taking place tonight, Sunday, September 19th, The Boys took their parody to the next level by releasing a collection of artworks featuring some of the Seven in “Supie Couture” as they work the red carpet for the Supies.

The said artworks were shared by Vought International’s official Twitter account with clever commentary as if they were live-tweeting the red-carpet appearances of Homelander (Anthony Starr), Queen Maeve (Dominique McElligott), A-Train (Jessie T. Usher), Starlight (Erin Moriarty), the Deep (Chace Crawford), and Black Noir (Nathan Mitchell) at the fictional awards show.

Designed by Laura Jean “LJ” Shannon and illustrated by Gina DeDomenico, the artworks can be seen in full on Shannon’s Instagram account.

 

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Season 3 of The Boys doesn’t have a release date yet but the show’s first two seasons are currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

Source: ComicBook.com