Behind every smile, there’s teeth, and behind Antony Starr’s teeth is sheer psychotic authoritarian terror. If there’s a lesson to take from The Boys, Amazon’s S-tier adaptation of Garth Ennis’ A-tier comic book, it’s that when the world gives you Superman, you give Superman a proper nurturing upbringing instead of filling his head with entitlement, privilege, and a “might makes right” credo. This is a 25 second clip. 25 seconds is all Starr needs to loose the average viewer’s bowels. Think about how far Homelander goes in the series’ second season; think about what we all know he’s hiding behind those big beautiful pearly whites. Now think about the ways The Boys stays unpredictable despite its basis in another artist’s source material, and start counting down the days ’til June.