Posting exactly the same info as the post directly above seems a little pointless, dickish even... or at least you haven't added to the thread constructively except to express the fact that you also liked the issue.
This issue was AMAZING! I loved every moment of it. That said the moment for me wasn't Hughie toe-punting A-train it was the point of finality that is Maeve's character development. She died a true hero, saving Annie by throwing her. In a comic riddled with sex, drugs, sex, violence and sex I thought it was quite something that she would be the character to represent true selfless heroics. This I felt made more meaningful given that she appeared the most distant, drunk and when she first met Annie, after she had been forced to give oral sex to 4 guys, was not to care.
Could her death been made better if Homelander had stuffed her in a refridgerator? Too obvious for some, but I think so.
I can barely put it into words how excited I am about the next issue, not because of what Butcher may do, the Homelander and Vought information being made public, Homelander's coup or how they plan on stopping the Homelander.
I'm more excited about learning what James Stillwell has planned. He's the real villain. He has a plan to replace the Supes with a new money maker. I've been wracking my brain for weeks about what that could be, probably something ironic like The Boys version of an iPad. I can not wait.