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|“||This is what being a f---ing hero is, kid.||„|
|~ Queen Maeve.|
|“||I just want to live inside myself.||„|
|~ Queen Maeve.|
Queen Maeve is a major antagonist/anti-villain in the 2006 highly controversial adult comic-book series The Boys and a minor character in The Boys Presents: Diabolical.
As a warrior, a feminist, a humanitarian, and a member of The Seven, Queen Maeve is the ultimate role model for little girls all over the world. But to reach such astonishing heights, she’s had to make sacrifices along the way. Embracing the image that Vought demanded she accept meant abandoning the truths – and even some of the people – she held dear. Disillusioned and cynical, she is now a shell of the determined idealist she once was.
In The Boys Presents: Diabolical she was voiced by Dominique McElligott who also portrayed her live action counterpart.
Queen Maeve is one of the most powerful and most important members of The Seven, only behind Homelander and Black Noir in terms of strength. Like the other members of The Seven, she was experimented on with "Compound V" in the womb and therefore developed abilities such as flight, invulnerability, super strength, and advanced combat. After the Seven's botched rescue of a passenger plane on 9/11, Maeve turned a nihilistic alcoholic.
She does not seem to show any interest in real-world events, instead spending her time gazing out the window, sipping martinis, and occasionally having sex with several bodybuilders at a time.
While mostly cold towards the new recruit, she does show some sympathy for Starlight. Maeve has been in a relationship with several prominent heroes such as Stormfront (although she cheated on him with another hero and produced a black child), and was even in a relationship with The Legend (the chief editor of Victory Comics), producing a child with him that would go on to become a hero known as Blarney Cock. Most notably, however, Maeve was in a relationship with Homelander, but broke up with him when he tricked her into having sex with Black Noir.
It was this that prompted her to work with the Boys and help them by installing several bugs in The Seven's headquarters. Maeve is eventually killed while protecting Starlight from Homelander and Black Noir. Although Homelander easily overpowered her, Maeve's sacrifice bought enough time for Starlight to escape. Maeve's death was avenged somewhat by Black Noir, who killed Homelander after revealing that he is a clone of the supervillain.
- Main article: Queen Maeve (TV Series)
Queen Maeve is not actually an evil person like Homelander or wants to become famous like A-Train. She is a good person like Starlight, who is her closest friend, and they talk to each other like sisters. On the plane, she tried to convince Homelander need to save the people on the plane but Homelander didn't listen and in the end, she looked at the people and then the plane crashed. In the meeting of The Seven, she tried to protect Starlight from Homelander when he asked Starlight about her relationship with Hughie Campbell.
|“||Just a goddamn minute--!||„|
|~ Queen Maeve to Homelander on the plane.|
|“||Darling, how wonderful, how lovely, how super, how gratifying, how marvelous, how utterly peachy-keen... F**k off...||„|
|~ Queen Maeve to Starlight in the bathroom.|
|“||S**tting on the comics people. What class.||„|
|~ Queen Maeve.|
- She is a villainous parody of Wonder Woman from DC comics.