With two theatrical films about him in the last decade, suicide squad The team has become one of the most memorable teams in comic book history. At its core, they are a team of B-to-D list super-villains and anti-heroes who are recruited by the US government into black-ops missions in exchange for commuted sentences.
As such, the premise is ripe with the potential for beloved (and not-beloved) characters to be recruited from the DC universe. Some are well-known criminals with unique skills, and others are simply gimmicks who provide good cannon fodder. Task Force X is the team to use if there’s a way to experiment with some of the more obscure and quirky DC characters.
It is famous for being one of the first significant enemies of the brilliant physicist turned super villain Justice League And this teen Titans, Using the surrounding light, he can make himself invisible, fly and imprison his enemies in the shadows.
He has used his powers to take away abilities from superheroes like Wonder Girl and Superboy. However, the limits of her abilities are still unknown, making her somewhat campy but still quite dangerous. This would make him a valuable asset to Task Force X, although given his frequent defeats, he is unlikely to complete the entire mission.
Someone lied if someone said that Mr. Freeze was the most powerful ice-themed villain ever. Killer Frost is an enemy who has become the famous enemy of Green Arrow, Flash and Firestorm. He has a somewhat frosty relationship with the latter, and whatever he can do with fire, Killer Frost can do with ice.
She draws her power from the heat around her and turns it into ice. Weapons like the flamethrower, laser, and the heat of Superman’s laser sight cannot melt him; It only makes him stronger, leaving his true potential unknown.
A popular Flash villain with a lot of subdued rage. He started out as a simple-minded animal who gained intelligence and the ability to speak after an alien ship crashed on Earth with a pilot.
After granting similar powers to this tribe of gorillas, the alien became the ruler of a tribe and community known as Gorilla City, until Grodd killed him, conquering the world once he became the ruler. was planning. With his scientific brilliance, ability to control the mind to obey any command and ability to absorb intelligence after eating people’s brains, he is a dangerous, ferocious and powerful animal.
This supporting Batman villain is the corpse of a slain businessman named Cyrus Gould, who wears the clothes of two criminals he murdered on his re-animation. When asked who he was, the only fact of his life that kept him alive was that he was born on a Monday. Delighted by the comparison between the classic nursery rhyme, he adopted that name as his new surname.
He is a strong and mindless creature who, even when killed, does not stay dead for long. The character has the potential for horror and comedy, and his almost impenetrable makes him a valuable asset.
Both cinematic suicide squads have top-tier assassins in their ranks, such as Deadshot, Bloodsport and Peacemaker. Neither turn back on the spot, perhaps with none better than KGBest to fill their void. A secret part of the KGB called The Hammer trained this Batman villain into a top-level assassin, martial artist, and master of cybernetic augmentation.
In his first appearance, he had already killed over 200 people, showing him to be both formidable and ruthless. After the Cold War ended, he threatened to blow up Gotham and became the Black Lantern, making him the lesser but surprisingly accomplished villain of The Dark Knight.
Largely an enemy of Green Arrow, the character has had many identities over the years. At his core, he turned to crime to support his ailing sister, later becoming a member of the Injustice League and eventually the leader of his own team of super villains. In another identity, he was the leader of a group that fought the Teen Titans and brainwashed the young meta-humans in their army.
In another, he is a crime boss in Seattle who uses a watch shop for his illegal activities. Whatever his identity, costume or general personality, the Clock King is a deadly genius and a comparatively good fighter, able to best the likes of Robin and Booster Gold.
Perhaps one of the strangest but most creative enemies in DC is the quirky behemoth known as the Rainbow Creature. As their title implies, this rainbow-hued creature originated from a South American volcano. Despite its bizarre appearance, the monster has proven to be remarkably effective against The Dark Knight and The Man of Steel.
It uses its colors for various abilities, ie, red to kindle fire, yellow to vaporize, and green to make the others flat/two-dimensional. When it runs out of this power (one can tell when it turns), it should draw color from its surroundings.
Already making a cameo appearance suicide squad, in which he mercilessly mocked the polka-dot man, being included in the next team would prove to be an effective use of karma. Judging by his crimes around the days of the year, he slowly evolved from a more campy, Silver Age Batman hooligan to one of his most mentally disturbed villains, becoming more akin to Hannibal Lecter than Egghead.
At times, he assists Batman and the police by providing them with criminal insight while taunting them with cryptic clues and questions. So naturally, this would make him a valuable recruit for Amanda Waller, who should use it when the opportunity arises.
When people think of funny villains, the kite man is usually the character they’re thinking of. Initially, a campy Silver Age villain who centered all his crimes and weapons around moths became of far greater use during DC Rebirth. It is revealed that he was once the culprit of his fate, drawn into a conflict between the Joker and the Riddler, which resulted in the death of his son.
Despite his tragic origins, Kite-Man appears somewhat happier in this new persona, even with his own catchphrase (“Kite-Man, hell yes!”). A similar path may be taken for the Kite-Man, after a tragic characterization to the Polka-Dot Man.
If DC is looking for a silly villain, it’s the guy. appearing in Shazam Comics in the 1940s, it Fatty Arbuckle-Such a figure would use his Morse code banjo to steal government secrets and send them into international threats. He was one of the early enemies of the big red cheese, having joined the Monster Society of Evil shortly after his first appearance.
He made a surprise comeback in Robot ChickenThe DC Comics special provides a comical take on the final battle from his usual appearance and musical accompaniment. If he can return here, it will be interesting to see a surprise (if possible brief) return to a Suicide Squad.
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