The characters on Amazon Prime’s The Boys can be categorized as one of two categories: the good guys or the bad guys. The good guys consist of the group that calls themselves “The Boys,” as well as supes, like Starlight. The bad guys are pretty much all the other superheroes and members of The Seven, an Avengers-esque squad that does significantly more terrible for society than good.
5. Mother’s Milk
As one of the original members of The Boys, Mother’s Milk has demonstrated his loyalty to Butcher and the others with the point of putting his marriage and relationship with his daughter at risk.
Frenchie’s bad-boy-turned-good person graph has been not only fun to root for, but watching his relationship develop with Kimiko (otherwise known as The Female) has transformed him into a fan favorite.
Kimiko is a lady of few words, yet she holds a great deal of power and has progressed significantly since first joining The Boys. She has demonstrated her loyalty time and time again.
Hughie Campbell has gone through a lot since starting from the first episode of The Boys. His girlfriend was killed by a Supe, and instead of getting justice, he was paid to stay quiet. Disappointed and shattered, he joined Butcher and the rest of The Boys in a mission to bring down Vought and The Seven.
There are a ton of things Billy Butcher could deal with: his anger, impulsiveness, and lack of consequential thoughts are on the list. In any case, Butcher is the best character as a result of his heartlessness and dedication to making things right by his better half, Becca, whether she is dead or alive.