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VoughtLand

TV show The Boys (2019)
In order to find out what killed Soldier Boy (Jensen Ackles), Kimiko (Karen Fukuhara) and Frenchie (Tomer Kapon) travel to VoughtLand to meet The Crimson Countess (Laurie Holden).
Medieval Faire at Canada's Wonderland
Medieval Faire at Canada's Wonderland - Credit: Nicholas Moreau on wikimedia commons

“Hamburger with a doughnut for a bun? Truly, there is no God here.”

Frenchie (Tomer Kapon)

Before the Seven, there was another team of superheroes: The Payback. During the Cold War, the CIA deployed the Super Team to fight the communists in Nicaragua.

During the battle, the leader of the group, Soldier Boy (Jensen Ackles), is missing.

The Boys, still wanting to eliminate Homelander (Antony Starr), decide to learn more about why the former superhero died. Kimiko (Karen Fukuhara) and Frenchie (Tomer Kapon) decide to visit Soldier Boy’s former companion: Crimson Countess (Laurie Holden).

The latter has hung up her super-vigilante cape and is entertaining audiences in a tribute show to America’s former hero at VoughtLand amusement park.

Unfortunately, the Vought superhero theme park does not exist… well, not quite. The park visible in the series is the Medieval Faire land in Canada’s Wonderland.

Playing a mute character, Karen Fukuhara worked with sign language expert Amanda Richer to learn the language perfectly. She then added her own signs and hand gestures to create her own lexicon. A language unique to Kimiko.

175

In order to get a ride in the Homelander Extreme Flight roller coaster, Kimiko and Frenchie are forced to wait in line for 175 minutes.

Scene in VoughtLand in the series The Boys
VoughtLand scene from The Boys – Credit: Amazon Studios, Original Film, Point Grey Pictures and Sony Pictures Television
Scene in VoughtLand in the series The Boys
VoughtLand scene from The Boys – Credit: Amazon Studios, Original Film, Point Grey Pictures and Sony Pictures Television

Canada's Wonderland

Canada’s Wonderland is Canada’s largest theme park. It is located in Vaughan, 25 km from Toronto.

Opened in 1981 by Taft Broadcasting Company and Great-West Life Assurance Company, Canada’s Wonderland is the most visited amusement park in North America.
The 134-hectare park has an 8-hectare water park and seventeen roller coasters, making Canada’s Wonderland the second largest roller coaster park in the world.

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Articulated figure of the Homelander

Want to recreate the adventures of the Homelander? Here is an official articulated figure of the greatest superhero. Cape to fly, laser eyes, super strength and toes! No other figure can transcribe the arrogance and violence of the Homelander!

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By Damien Biju

Thursday, June 23, 2022

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