Black Noir Death, a quiet loner supe, hid behind a mask during the first two seasons. In season seven, however, Black Noir’s backstory was reveal to the public.
Noir was a member of Payback and was bulli by their team leader Soldier Boy. This led him to run away and find solace in cartoon animals.
Black Noir Death: Why was he kill?
Black Noir was one of The Boys’ most intriguing and interesting characters. He was apparently kill in season three of Amazon’s series.
Black Noir was a former supe who joined Vought in the early 1980s, under the supervision of Stan Edgar. He and his fellow supes sent to Nicaragua to assist the Contra Rebels against communism.
They were also to betray Soldier Boy so that Jonah Vogelbaum, the lead scientist at Vought, could create a young supe who would be able to replace Soldier Boy as the face of Vought.
Noir attempted to persuade Edgar at first that he could take off his mask. Noir was reject and his plans collapsed when he traveled to Nicaragua.
In 1984, when Noir was still a member of Payback (minus Gunpowder), he met with Stan Edgar, who was in charge of the payback’s mission to Nicaragua.
Edgar claim that he had kill Soldier Boy so Vought could get a stronger supe call Homelander.
Black Noir Death suffered severe brain injury
Black Noir Death suffered severe brain injury and became mute after the accident. Noir developed an emotional shield to protect himself from others after the trauma.
When he was on mission, he was a very brutal supe. He even killed Naqib’s son and cut Starlight’s head off.
Finally, Black Noir was also allergic to nuts which Queen Maeve exploited by force feeding him Almond Joys and preventing him from using his EpiPen.
This caused him to go into anaphylactic shock, which led to his severe brain damage.
The scene ended with Noir lying on the floor, covered in blood and his cartoon critters comforting him as he seemed to die. But fans are wondering if it really was Noir who die or if the death was fake for effect.
He was save
Noir, a Payback member until he was bulli and beat by Soldier Boy. This left him with a disfigured face. He displayed great compassion for others and showed a lot of empathy despite all this.
was able to do this because of the hallucinations that came with his mutism. He was also able to see a video of his childhood, which showed him fighting and knocking people out with his hands.
The video also showed him imagining that Buster and his other cartoon friends were his best friends. He was so determin to win the battle.
Also, it has been shown that Noir was a child who hid in the ball pit. This could be a reference to Marvel’s Deadpool, who was also a scarred ninja anti-hero.
Noir, a favorite character of fans who appeared in the first two seasons of the series’ debut season, was an iconic and beloved character. We have only recently had the opportunity to get more information about Noir and his history.
Eric Kripke created him, but he has moved away from the comics source material. He had to make a series of changes to some of the main characters because of the lack of superpowers.
His age is unknown, but he has been active since the 1980s. Although he may now be in his forties, he seems stronger than Gunpowder.
He is also blindly loyal to Homelander, which we can clearly see when they reunite with each other later on in the season. Homelander even envelops Noir in a bromance embrace, which suggests that he is down with their plan to kill Soldier Boy.