Mallory had later shot Lamplighter in the head for revenge. Grace Mallory

Mallory replies that she doesn't regret that decision.

Leader The group was founded by Grace Mallory who recruited the members: Billy Butcher, Frenchie and Mother's Milk.

Grace Works with congress woman Victoria Neuman, using Lamplighter as an eye witness into Vought's shady dealings.

Grace remarks that Vogelbaum can help end the cycle of violence if he testifies.

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Greg D. Mallory is a Lieutenant Colonel who has fought in the World War II and has started the original Boys. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll

She retired to live in the woods to enjoy bird watching.

After the super-villain attack at the Congressional Hearing; which resulted in the deaths of the Chairman, Jonah Vogelbaum, Shockwave and several others; The Boys were once again officially deputized as CIA Operatives, supervised by Colonel Grace Mallory and overseen by Congresswoman Victoria Neuman (Who is secretly herself the super-villain behind the congressional attack).

Over the Hill with the Swords of a Thousand Men,, Grace knows that Lamplighter won't be enough, so she and M.M agree to go get more information to help their case.

Butcher asks Mallory what she has been up to since their last mission together, and she says that she has taken up bird watching to prevent herself from becoming an alcoholic.

Grace tells him that she has a plan for M.M and his family to move to Nicaragua and live in hiding.

Amongst the chaos, Grace escorts Neuman out of the courtroom to save her from sharing a gruesome fate. Lieutenant-Colonel Grace Mallory is the former Deputy Director of the CIA and the founder of The Boys.

Despite Butcher's failure in promising to deliver the terrorist, Grace still gives Butcher the information to locate Becca.

Butcher went on to reunite with his old teammates and recruited Hughie Campbell. Season(s) The Boys were responsible for the public leak of Stormfront's real identity as a Nazi conspiring to begin a race war, and later worked with Starlight and Queen Maeve to rescue Butcher's step-son Ryan from Homelander, and defeat Stormfront, who they brutally beat into submission along with The Female. He and Billy Butcher created the team to stop Vought-American 's Supes from joining the United States Military, but after several losses and arguments with the rest of the team, Mallory ultimately left. Status Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Greg Mallory appears in 34 issues. Little is fully known about Grace's past or why she first started to hunt superheroes. Mallory and Butcher mutually dislike each other, although manage to tolerate each other's presence. Lieutenant-Colonel Grace Mallory is the former Deputy Director of the CIA and the founder of The Boys.

Butcher berates Mallory for manipulating him and turning him into a weapon to use against the supes and Vought, only to abandon him when it didn't suit her. CIA (formerly retired)The Boys (associate, founder, former leader)US Army (formerly)

Although Lamplighter appears to begrudgingly agree to the terms, Mallory is suspicious and has Frenchie tail him after the meeting. Frenchie follows him to a movie premiere, but abandons his post when his girlfriend Cherie calls him up to inform him that his best friend Jay is overdosing and will die without an adrenaline shot.



However she is shocked, when Butcher tells her that he "convinced" Vogelbaum to testify for them. The Boys: Butcher, Baker, Candlestickmaker, Greg Mallory last edited by 8

As the two leave, Mallory pleads to Hughie to give up on his path of vengeance, warning him that it leads to nothing but a dead end. Despite Grace's attempts to avoid getting involved in the war between the The Boys and Vought, she does reluctantly come out of retirement to help Butcher when she wants to figure out who killed Susan Raynor. CIA Liaison for The BoysFounder and Leader of the Boys (formerly)Deputy Director of the CIA (formerly)US Army Lieutenant Colonel (formerly)


When Mallory and M.M return to find out Lamplighter burned himself, they're both furious at Hughie for causing the situation. After The Boys infiltrate the Sage Grove Wellness Center, they discover not only that Vought and Stormfront are using the asylum as a front to experiment on patients, but that Lamplighter works there as an orderly, used to "dispose" of inmates who are unruly or no longer of use. Human Species

Mallory remains in secret contact with Mother's Milk. Until 5 years later when the group was reformed and then led by the violent vigilante, Billy Butcher.

Their name derives from a Cockney slang term for a gang or posse that dispenses street justice; "When you need someone hurt, you send The Boys after 'em.". any Comic Vine content. Greg D. Mallory is a Lieutenant Colonel who has fought in the World War II and has started the original Boys.

Butcher meets Mallory at a shrine for the 59 apartment tenants who were killed by Stormfront. When Butcher tells her he's going to finish what she started, Mallory confides in Butcher, as long as he promises never to return, about Homelander's affair with Madelyn Stillwell, and that he possibly has a weakness in her.

Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. After their cover is blown by Mesmer, the newly reformed rendition of The Boys become fugitives and go into hiding. With Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty. Last seen She worked with Butcher, and together they founded The Boys, who operated for an undetermined amount of time, between 2012 and 2015.

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A little before this, Mallory provides Butcher information to give to Mother's Milk with the location of a witness who claims to know the truth about Liberty, a retired super-heroine from the 70s. Grace Mallory. After M.M, Hughie and Starlight speak to the woman, Valerie Hunter, they report their findings to Mallory that Liberty is in-fact Stormfront herself, a slow aging racist supe who uses her position to commit racially motivated murders with impunity. She makes a deal with Neuman, to get her information on Vought in exchange for Victoria taking down Vought. Grace encourages him by expressing she wishes she had quit sooner before her grandchildren were burned. While this is in part to help protect normal humans from the actions of the largely out of control "supes," this is also to ensure that the company lacks the stability or the platform to push the use of superhumans in national defense.

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M.M questions Grace's choices and asks her if she is handling the situation with his family. You can search for She then berates Butcher for daring to see her after long ago promising to never see her again, to which Butcher retorts that she is a hypocrite who taught him "a thing or two about broken promises".