You're going to want to take a shot at the latest DC All Access giveaway. Yes, our webseries is back with an all new episode, featuring all the latest from DC Comics. We kick things off by discussing last week's Suicide Squad trailer, before taking a look at the just announced Suicide Squad statues from DC Collectibles and learning all about the new Suicide Squad Deadshot comic from writer Brian Buccellato. Then we take a look at an exclusive clip from the new DC Animated Movie, Batman: Bad Blood, that features... Nah, we wouldn't want to ruin the surprise!
The first official trailer to Suicide Squad dropped on Tuesday as a part of The CW’s DC Films Presents: Dawn of the Justice League TV special, and people have been buzzing about it since. Between the neon-tinged color palette, the perfect use of “Bohemian Rhapsody” and Harley being Harley, it’s pretty hard not to have some sort of reaction to it quite possibly involving jumping up and down on your chair before high-fiving the nearest person to you.
DC Collectibles announced today four all-new statues based on the highly anticipated Warner Bros. film, Suicide Squad. Hitting stores July 2016, Suicide Squad characters including Will Smith’s ‘Deadshot,’ Margot Robbie’s ‘Harley Quinn,’ Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s ‘Killer Croc’ and Jared Leto’s ‘The Joker’ will be brought to life as 12-inch statues a month prior to the film’s debut on August 5. See details of the Suicide Squad statues below—along with the rest of DC Collectibles’ July 2016 product lineup—and stay tuned for official product images coming soon.
You’ve heard of the Joker, Harley Quinn and Deadshot. But do you know Enchantress, El Diablo and Slipknot? You’ll meet them all next summer when director David Ayer’s eagerly awaited Suicide Squad hits screens, but you can get your first good look at the members of Task Force X, along with some of the other key characters from the film in the newest batch of Suicide Squad photos.
There are plenty of bad ideas in the world—from forgetting your spouse’s birthday, to watching Game of Thrones with your grandparents, to quitting your office job to take up ultimate fighting. We wouldn’t suggest any of those, but kidnapping Deathstroke’s daughter? That’s easily the WORST idea we can think of. You’d have to be pretty crazy to try that. You’d have to be downright psychotic.
Much like Harley Quinn.