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Vought-American, also known as Vought-America, Vought Industries, Vought International or simply Vought is the main antagonistic faction of the comic book series The Boys and its 2019 Amazon TV adaptation of the same name.
They were originally an organization created by the Nazis during World War II for the purpose of developing superhumans and are responsible for many of the superhuman groups that exist in the world of The Boys. They're also responsible for the creation of The Seven and created them in order to gain profit and money by manipulating the public in believing they're a superhero team.
In the comics, after the dissolve of The Seven including the deaths of Black Noir and Homelander, it's unknown what happened to the company but it's most likely that Vought was disbanded after the fall of the superhuman groups.
- The Homelander
- Black Noir
- Queen Maeve
- The Deep
- Jack from Jupiter (Comic exclusive)
- Mister Marathon (Comic exclusive)
- Translucent (TV Show exclusive)
- Stormfront (TV Show exclusive)
- John Godolkin
- Cold Snap
- Silver Kincaid
- Ground Hawk
- The Divine
- Vought is the only organization that isn't a parody of a Marvel or DC property. In fact, given the anti-consumer and anti-capitalist satire of the comic and TV show, they could be seen as parodies of Marvel and DC themselves, especially considering The Boys creator, Garth Ennis' dislike towards superheroes.