A loyal canine companion and comrade to the entire Superman family, Krypto possesses the same powers as all Kryptonians under a yellow sun.
As brilliant as the sun from which she derives her powers, Koriand'r of Tamaran has refused to let the torments she's suffered crush her spirit.
After fusing with the ice emitted from a thermodynamic ultraconductor engine, Caitlin Snow gained the ability to project various forms of frozen water—including ice and snow—from the tips of her fingers.
Operating under the name Savant and an expert in weapons and hand-to-hand combat, Brian Durlin is muscular with a shock of long, straight white hair. Even more shocking are the many scars that cross-hatch his body. Like most prisoners called to join the Squad, he'd really rather not—but he'll do anything to get out of the utter boredom of Belle Reve prison.
Retrieved from solitary confinement for a position on the Suicide Squad, furry, cross-eyed Weasel looks more like a werewolf...or an Afghan Hound. His weaselly ways give him great agility in combat, but don't hire him to babysit your kids.
Cory Pitzner, who goes by the mysterious acronym T.D.K., is broad-shouldered and attired in a teal, black and yellow suit and cowl. However, despite his traditional super-villain-like appearance, precisely what his super-villainous powers are is as much a mystery to his fellow Squad members as his full name.
Dourly dispirted Polka-Dot Man, the unfortunate alter-ego of Abner Krill, wears his rainbow-pustuled dermis with all the shame of an acne-riddled teen going stag to the prom. But when he fires his deadly polka-dots, he can turn even the smoothest of criminals into Swiss cheese, whether they're a fellow D-lister like Condiment King or an intergalactic threat like Starro the Conqueror.
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.
A promising psychologist and intern at Arkham Asylum in Gotham City, Harleen Quinzel was given the chance to get up close and personal with the Joker. Harleen became obsessed with her subject, helped him escape the asylum, and adopted a new identity: Harley Quinn, The Clown Princess of Crime. In time, Harley came to realize the Joker was holding her back, and she struck out on her own. Sowing her own brand of chaos across the DC Multiverse, she’s been a member of the Suicide Squad, the Gotham City Sirens, and more.
No one in the Batman Family had an easy childhood, but Cassandra Cain may have had the worst. Raised from infancy under the tyrannical thumb of her father, the world-class assassin David Cain, Cassandra was taught violence before she was taught anything else—even how to speak. Yet, despite her father's abuse, Cassandra understood the difference between good and evil. As she grew older, she realized what her father had done to her and escaped him, fleeing to Gotham City where her life would be forever changed for the better.