How The Suicide Squad Sets Up HBO Max's Peacemaker
Declassified: Surviving the Suicide Squad's Most Notorious Missions

In James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, Task Force X undertook what may have been its greatest challenge to date: neutralizing the intergalactic alien threat

Five Rules that "Trial By Fire" Set for Every Suicide Squad Story

So, you just finished watching The Suicide Squad and now you feel like checking out some of the comics. Well, you’re in luck.

The Ten Strangest Members of the Suicide Squad

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When You Wish Upon a Starro

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Suicide Squad: Get Joker! Will (Figuratively) Blow Your Mind

The Suicide Squad exploded into movie theaters this weekend in a frenzy of furious, fast-paced action.

Savant

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.

Why Polka-Dot Man is DC's Toughest Villain

Who is the most fearsome villain in the DC Universe? Forget the Joker, he’s nothing but a clown. Move over Lex Luthor, you can’t even grow a mullet.

Weasel

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.

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