History ComicBook / SuicideSquad

13th Sep '16 11:17:30 PM foxley
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* PopTheTires: In 2016's ''Suicide Squad Annual'' #1, Shado demonstrates her ImprobableAimingSkills by using arrows to firstly pop the tyre on Deadshot's motorcycle and then the two front tyres on a car, which causes it to flip spectacularly.
28th Aug '16 7:53:09 PM rwe1138
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* WesternTerrorists/TerroristsWithoutACause: Brutally [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in the 1980s series with the super-terrorist group called the Jihad, whose members' politics were made abundantly clear. Interestingly, only a few of them are actually Islamic terrorists.

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* WesternTerrorists/TerroristsWithoutACause: WesternTerrorists/.TerroristsWithoutACause: Brutally [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in the 1980s series with the super-terrorist group called the Jihad, whose members' politics were made abundantly clear. Interestingly, only a few of them are actually Islamic terrorists.
28th Aug '16 7:52:49 PM rwe1138
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28th Aug '16 7:51:45 PM rwe1138
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* WesternTerrorists/.TerroristsWithoutACause: Brutally [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in the 1980s series with the super-terrorist group called the Jihad, whose members' politics were made abundantly clear. Interestingly, only a few of them are actually Islamic terrorists.

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* WesternTerrorists/.TerroristsWithoutACause: WesternTerrorists/TerroristsWithoutACause: Brutally [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in the 1980s series with the super-terrorist group called the Jihad, whose members' politics were made abundantly clear. Interestingly, only a few of them are actually Islamic terrorists.
28th Aug '16 7:34:56 PM rwe1138
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* PregnantHostage: In the second issue of the 2011 series, it is revealed that the MacGuffin the Squad is sent into the stadium to retrieve is a preganant woman. Although, this being ''Suicide Squad'', all is not as it seems.

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* PregnantHostage: In the second issue of the 2011 series, it is revealed that the MacGuffin the Squad is sent into the stadium to retrieve is a preganant pregnant woman. Although, this being ''Suicide Squad'', all is not as it seems.
28th Aug '16 7:24:54 PM rwe1138
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* EyepatchOfPower: Privateer, Notably, it's an affectation.

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* EyepatchOfPower: Privateer, Privateer. Notably, it's an affectation.



* FromDressToDressing: During "The Janus Directive" crossover, a disguised Manhunter (who is DressingAsTheEnemy) is almost garrotted by Ravn. Having cut his hand blocking the garrotte, he pulls off Captain Boomerang's scarf and uses it to bandage his hand. When Boomerang complains and claims the scarf is genuine silk, Manhunter responds "It's genuine rayon and I'll buy you another one!".

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* FromDressToDressing: During "The Janus Directive" crossover, a disguised Manhunter (who is DressingAsTheEnemy) is almost garrotted by Ravn.Ravan. Having cut his hand blocking the garrotte, he pulls off Captain Boomerang's scarf and uses it to bandage his hand. When Boomerang complains and claims the scarf is genuine silk, Manhunter responds "It's genuine rayon and I'll buy you another one!".
28th Aug '16 2:36:38 AM foxley
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* DangerRoomColdOpen: The Jihad, a team of superpowered terrorists, get one in the issue that introduces them. The issue opens with an attack on an American airport demonstrating each team-member's abilities, causing massive casualties including the President. It's then revealed that the airport is a mockup and the attack was a training exercise/client demo -- but because they're bad guys, the people recruited to populate the fake airport are really dead.

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* CutleryEscapeAid: In ''Most Wanted'', Deadshot snaps off pieces of his utensils to construct a shiv that he uses to take out out a guard and escape.
* DangerRoomColdOpen: The Jihad, a team of superpowered terrorists, get one in the issue that introduces them. The issue opens with an attack on an American airport demonstrating each team-member's abilities, causing massive casualties including the President. It's then revealed that the airport is a mockup mock-up and the attack was a training exercise/client demo -- but because they're bad guys, the people recruited to populate the fake airport are really dead.
10th Aug '16 9:33:52 PM Materioptikon
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* PoorCommunicationKills: Had Amanda talked a bit with Flag after he witnessed Tolliver's moronic extortion scheme, the Squad would have remained a secret and she would have never lost control of it.
9th Aug '16 3:18:32 AM PaulA
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-->'''Boomerang:''' I, Captain Boomerang, am glad I've returned to Central City. With my old nemesis, the Flash, no longer here, I am free to use me trick boomerangs and amazing skills to knock over this bleedin' armored car!\\
'''Bronze Tiger:''' Who writes your dialogue, man?



* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: The white supremacist Billy Heller, who masquerades as a vigilante who somehow only ever seems to catch suspects who are people of color.

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* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: The white supremacist Billy W. James Heller, who masquerades as a vigilante who somehow only ever seems to catch suspects who are people of color.
8th Aug '16 6:57:00 PM PaulA
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* CostumeCopycat: Used by the squad against the vigilante-with-an-agenda William Hell; Deadshot impersonated him at a public appearance and persuaded the crowd that the real Hell was an impostor trying to undermine the values that Hell claimed to stand for.



* MythologyGag: The vigilante William Hell is a dark reflection of Batman -- a wealthy heir carrying on a vendetta against the segment of society he holds responsible for his parents' death, with a variety of gadgets including a GrapplingHookPistol, and a loyal manservant SecretKeeper.



* PoliticallyIncorrectVillain: The white supremacist Billy Heller, who masquerades as a vigilante who somehow only ever seems to catch suspects who are people of color.



* PunchPunchPunchUhOh: Versus Stompa the Female Fury in the issue where the Furies attack Belle Reve.

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* PunchPunchPunchUhOh: Versus Bronze Tiger versus Stompa the Female Fury in the issue where the Female Furies attack Belle Reve.


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* TimeStandsStill: The team uses one of Chronos's devices as part of their takedown of William Hell, to freeze time briefly and set Hell up for a public defeat. It's noted that [[ItOnlyWorksOnce the device is unstable and can't be used again]].
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