The Guild of Calamitous Intent and the O.S.I. meet for the second summit of the treaty of tolerance, that’s stated directly in the trailer. While it could be in response to the Blue Morpho’s vigilante justice, it could also be indicative of a “new” big bad (whatever is causing the weird computer broadcasts and what makes HELPER go berserk). Our theory? Wide Wale goes Rogue
We already know he is in cahoots with the knock-off superhero group “Crusader Action League” (seen receiving protection money from Fallen Archer), so thats one shady side plot that needs explored. We also know The Monarch killed his brother, Dr. Dugong, in the season 3 episode “Tears of a Sea Cow”, and while it’s unclear if Wide Wale holds a grudhe or even knows, it could be wh6 he’s so underlyingly antagonistic to The Monarch clan (demanding Venture as an arch, pressuring Dr. Mrs. The Monarch to shoot Blue Morpho, inviting her and not her husband to events), and it would be firmly in the spirit of the show to call back to prior seasons. Also, the excessive featuring on Hank’s relationship with the villain’s daughter is a red flag that Wide Wale will continue to be a major focus this season — and did everyone notice that Wide Wale Wale isn’t pictured with the other Council of 13 members? But we do get a new member in Red Death, who we are glad to see returning to the show.
Our favourite non-plot driven inclusion from the treailer was Murder Bear. The heavy-breathing mystery villain has became a lowkey fan favourite after his season 4 debut (Bright Lights, Dean City) further fueled by his cameo in Season 6 ‘s “It Happening One Night” during the Doom Factory’s villainous party.
If you want a few key moments to rewatchig because you don’t have time to watch all 6 seasons on HULU before the premiere, our key recomendations are as follows: watch all of season 6 as it will cover the events of fargantua 2 and the move from the Venture Compound into the city, as well as refresh your knowledge of the current villains. But before you do that maybe take a minute to review the key moments below!
Our fingers are crossed that the writers explore more of the long teased theory that The Monarch may be related to the Ventures because of Jonas Sr’s swinger past — if you want to see more on that rewatch Season 5’s SPHINX Rising, as it introduces the controversial childhood photo, while also being a strong stand alone episode and giving a series typical hard end to a long running storyline.