The boys’ idea is intriguing: Superheroes are packaged and marketed by a large business to appear as the beacons of light that people want them to be, but behind the scenes, they’re messed-up individuals with messed-up problems. Consider the Homelander (Antony Starr), a Superman-like person who appears to be the ideal embodiment of American joy. Little does the general population realize that when the lights go out, he transforms into a living nightmare who feels his abilities give him the authority to do… anything. The Homelander is the leader of the Seven, the world’s most powerful superhero team, and the face of Vought International. Vought, like every company, has filthy secrets, the dirtiest of which is Compound V, the wonder medicine that provides heroes with their talents. The general public is made to think that there is no such thing as Compound V, and that their super-powered defenders are born with these abilities. In any case, Compound V is the truth, and it does not treat all heroes fairly. It does, indeed, make some heroes far stronger than others. So, which of the seven rules supreme in terms of power? Power levels can be difficult to determine because specifics are rarely provided and things fluctuate, but the following rating will attempt neutrality. Homelander, Queen Maeve (Dominique McElligot), Black Noir (Nathan Mitchell), A-Train (Jessie Usher), Starlight (Eriarty), Stormfront (Aya Cash), Translucent (Alex Hassell), Lamplighter (Shawn Ashmore), and the Deep are all up for the bat (Chace Crawford). The order of the list will be from weakest to strongest.