Mongal

Daughter of the ruler of Warworld, Mongul the Elder, Mongal is a malevolent, muscular alien with orange skin who doesn't play well with others.

Blackguard

A brute in black armor, Richard Hertz regularly employed his super strength to wield an energy mace and shield as Blackguard...before he was caught and thrown into Belle Reve prison, where Amanda Waller recruited him for the Suicide Squad.

Peacemaker

A huge, hulking specimen with muscles on his muscles, Christopher Smith is a world class marksman—just like his fellow Suicide Squad member, Bloodsport. (But if you ask him, better.) Having adopted the name Peacemaker, Christopher is more than willing to fight, kill and even start a war...all in the name of keeping the peace.

Bloodsport

Robert DuBois, known as Bloodsport to any hero or villain unfortunate enough to cross his path, is a world-class marksman specializing in brutality—his hands, and anything he wields with them, are deadly weapons. Trained by his mercenary father from the moment he was born, this hardened criminal has but one soft spot...which, of course, Amanda Waller uses to persuade (ie. blackmail) him to join the Suicide Squad.

Signal

Duke Thomas is the daytime protector of Gotham City, and his metahuman light sensory powers make him unlike any of Batman's other crimefighting partners.

While Batman and most of his allies operate at night, crime in Gotham City is quite different in the daytime, and so requires a different kind of crimefighter. Enter Duke Thomas—a.k.a. the Signal, the brightly colored agent of the Bat who hits the streets when the sun is out and Batman is asleep in his cave.

Antiope

They may not always see eye-to-eye, but Antiope is the right hand of Queen Hippolyta and one of Themyscira's most respected warriors.

Etta Candy

Etta Candy was Wonder Woman’s first true friend in man’s world. Though she’s changed a lot over the years, Etta always stands as a representation for the power of sisterhood.

Steve Trevor

Being a soldier means being ready for just about anything the world can throw at you, but no amount of special training can prepare a pilot for crashing on a mysterious, hidden island. Unfortunately for Steve Trevor, that’s exactly how he came to be the first outsider to set foot on the Amazonian homeland of Themyscira.

Victor Zsasz

There’s nothing charming or eccentric about this wanton, knife-wielding serial killer who stalks Gotham City. His only affectation: a fresh tally mark carved into his own skin for each new life he claims.

Victor Zsasz is not a super-villain. He doesn’t wear a costume, he doesn’t have themed henchmen, he doesn’t leave clever clues for Batman to find. He needs no money and no fame. His only desire is to kill and kill and kill and kill and kill and kill.

Steppenwolf

Every tyrannical warlord needs a general they can trust, and luckily for Darkseid, he need not look further than his uncle, Steppenwolf. As one of the immortal New Gods, Steppenwolf's capacity for violence is nearly unmatched throughout the galaxy.

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