History Comicbook / SuicideSquad

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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.
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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]].
8th Aug '16 5:20:16 PM Materioptikon
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** Count Vertigo.

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** Count Vertigo. However, he wants to die on ''his'' terms, and he keeps surviving everything the Squad throws at him.
7th Aug '16 11:28:19 PM PaulA
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** Captain Boomerang was originally a rarely used and barely remembered gimmick villains for the Flash; after being a major character in this series he was established as the most famous and visible member of the Rogues.

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** Captain Boomerang was originally a rarely used and barely remembered gimmick villains villain for the Flash; after being a major character in this series he was established as the most famous and visible member of the Rogues.
7th Aug '16 11:27:22 PM PaulA
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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In the ''New 52'' reboot, the heavyset Amanda Waller becomes much slimmer, younger, and more conventionally attractive.
** [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rsz_imagesamandawallernew52_6920.jpg Later issues]] have toned down her attractiveness, making her more of a traditional BlackBossLady than a supermodel.

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In the ''New 52'' reboot, the heavyset Amanda Waller becomes much slimmer, younger, and more conventionally attractive.
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attractive. [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rsz_imagesamandawallernew52_6920.jpg Later issues]] have toned down her attractiveness, making her more of a traditional BlackBossLady than a supermodel.supermodel, but still slimmer and younger than the original.



* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Subverted with Deadshot; his therapist Marnie Herrs falls for him (and he's clearly not indifferent to her), but when she realizes that he's not interested in fixing his damage, and that Waller won't support her in trying, she sensibly walks out.

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: AllGirlsWantBadBoys:
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Subverted with Deadshot; his therapist Marnie Herrs falls for him (and he's clearly not indifferent to her), but when she realizes that he's not interested in fixing his damage, and that Waller won't support her in trying, she sensibly walks out.



** And how. Lampshaded in one early arc where everyone comes home alive, prompting even the callous and selfish Captain Boomerang to smile at the thought. [[spoiler: Then the squad finds out they were on a decoy milk run, and the real job ended a failure with ten dead and one survivor, the bulk of the damage being infighting.]]
** Another run took the team to fight ''Darkseid''. Any other comic would have had perhaps a token death. The Squad loses several long-time members, including supporting cast.
* AscendedExtra: The series was well known for this with its few surviving members. Deadshot and Captain Boomerang were originally minor villains for Batman and Flash, rarely used and barely remembered as gimmick villains. Few people remember Deadshot was originally intended as a Batman nemesis, and Captain Boomerang is the most famous and visible member of the Rogues.

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** And how. Lampshaded in one early arc where everyone comes home alive, prompting even the callous and selfish Captain Boomerang to smile at the thought. [[spoiler: Then the squad finds out they were on a decoy milk run, and the real job ended a failure with ten dead and one survivor, the bulk of the damage being infighting.]]
** Another run took the team to fight ''Darkseid''. Any other comic would have had perhaps a token death. The Squad loses several long-time members, including supporting cast.
cast.
* AscendedExtra: The series was well known for this with its few surviving members. members.
**
Deadshot and Captain Boomerang were was originally minor villains for Batman and Flash, a rarely used and barely remembered as gimmick villains. Few people remember Deadshot was originally intended as a Batman nemesis, villain who fought Batman; this series fleshed him out and gave him a lot more exposure.
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Captain Boomerang is was originally a rarely used and barely remembered gimmick villains for the Flash; after being a major character in this series he was established as the most famous and visible member of the Rogues.



* BadassNormal: Rick Flag.
** Also Amanda Waller, to the point where she's nicknamed "the Wall", and even her nominal allies and friends can't predict her.
*** Waller gets points for being one of the few people who fans celebrate as being able to stare down '''BATMAN''', and who once tried to shoot ''Darkseid''.
*** Ben Turner aka The Bronze Tiger one of the few men to take down Franchise/{{Batman}} in one on one combat.

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* BadassNormal: BadassNormal:
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Rick Flag.
** Also Amanda Waller, to the point where she's nicknamed "the Wall", and even her nominal allies and friends can't predict her.
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her. Waller gets points for being one of the few people who fans celebrate as being able to stare down '''BATMAN''', and who once tried to shoot ''Darkseid''.
*** ** Ben Turner aka The Bronze Tiger one of the few men to take down Franchise/{{Batman}} in one on one combat. combat.



* BoxedCrook: The criminals were offered shorter sentences in exchange for their services--the "stick" was an explosive bracelet that would go off if the wearer got too far from the team leader, or at the leader's discretion.
** Or at the fact that they were working with other criminals. The Squad did infighting like a bad RPG session.
*** The series itself shows this is a bad idea, and the original offer was sentence commuted outright. Captain Boomerang screws it for everyone.
* BrainwashResidue: The reason why Bronze Tiger always declines to lead the Squad; he's afraid the brainwashing he received at the hands of the League of Assassins could kick in any time.

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* BoxedCrook: The criminals were offered shorter sentences in exchange for their services--the "stick" was an explosive bracelet that would go off if the wearer got too far from the team leader, or at the leader's discretion.
** Or at the fact that they were working with other criminals. The Squad did infighting like a bad RPG session.
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out of line. The series itself shows this is a bad idea, and the original offer was sentence commuted outright. Captain Boomerang screws it for everyone.
* BrainwashResidue: BrainwashResidue:
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The reason why Bronze Tiger always declines to lead the Squad; he's afraid the brainwashing he received at the hands of the League of Assassins could kick in any time.



* BreakingSpeech: Kobra uses this on the Hayoth's AI member Dybbuk to convince him he has to prove to everyone he isn't a puppet made by some programmers, and gives him a couple of ideas...

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* BreakingSpeech: BreakingSpeech:
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Kobra uses this on the Hayoth's AI member Dybbuk to convince him he has to prove to everyone he isn't a puppet made by some programmers, and gives him a couple of ideas...



* {{Chessmaster}}: Amanda Waller.
** Also the General, which is why Waller finds it so satisfying to keep him under her thumb.

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* {{Chessmaster}}: {{Chessmaster}}:
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Amanda Waller.
** Also the The General, which is why Waller finds it so satisfying to keep him under her thumb.



* ClingyMacGuffin / InstantAllegianceArtifact: The Thinker helmet. It has no will of its own, but it's suggested it amplifies the negative aspects of the personality of the wearer. Combined with the massive intellect boost, most people are likely to get very easily hooked. Amanda herself, not the most shining example of morality, wore it briefly to locate the second Thinker and began developing the addiction, and proposed using it as a piece of her personal arsenal. However, she was broken out of it by an old friend, who asked whether he was speaking to Amanda... or to the helmet. She was so ''pissed'' at being ''manipulated'' by a non-sentient ''thing'', [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome she shatters the helmet]], [[PunctuatedForEmphasis screaming]] ''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis SHE'S]]'' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis in charge]]. She ''very'' briefly regrets doing so.
-->'''Amanda Waller:''' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I AM IN CHARGE HERE!]]
* CListFodder: Pretty much all the characters who weren't created specifically for the series, though some of them got promoted to B- or A-list during or subsequent to their use in ''Suicide Squad.''
** Even then, nobody was safe. One arc memorably ended with the bulk of the supporting cast dead in a mission that was suicidal, even for the squad. [[spoiler:Only the goddamn Batman should try pulling a gun on Darkseid.]]

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* ClingyMacGuffin / InstantAllegianceArtifact: The Thinker helmet. It has no will of its own, but it's suggested it amplifies the negative aspects of the personality of the wearer. Combined with the massive intellect boost, most people are likely to get very easily hooked. Amanda herself, not the most shining example of morality, wore it briefly to locate the second Thinker and began developing the addiction, and proposed using it as a piece of her personal arsenal. However, she was broken out of it by an old friend, who asked whether he was speaking to Amanda... or to the helmet. She was so ''pissed'' at being ''manipulated'' by a non-sentient ''thing'', [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome she shatters the helmet]], [[PunctuatedForEmphasis screaming]] ''[[PunctuatedForEmphasis SHE'S]]'' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis helmet, screaming ''SHE'S'' in charge]].charge. She ''very'' briefly regrets doing so.
-->'''Amanda Waller:''' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I AM IN CHARGE HERE!]]
HERE!
* CListFodder: Pretty much all the characters who weren't created specifically for the series, though some of them got promoted to B- or A-list during or subsequent to their use in ''Suicide Squad.''
** Even then, nobody was safe. One arc memorably ended with the bulk of the supporting cast dead in a mission that was suicidal, even for the squad. [[spoiler:Only the goddamn Batman should try pulling a gun on Darkseid.]]
Squad''.



--> Amanda Waller: "Fine. You're fired. Go get a ''real'' job."
* DeathSeeker: Deadshot, Count Vertigo, and probably a few of the characters who died.

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--> Amanda Waller: "Fine.-->'''Amanda Waller:''' Fine. You're fired. Go get a ''real'' job."
job.
* DeathSeeker: Deadshot, DeathSeeker:
** Deadshot.
**
Count Vertigo, and probably a few of the characters who died.Vertigo.



* DependingOnTheWriter: Ostrander tended to portray Waller as someone with a deeply buried, often compromised sense of morality who insisted from the start that Squad missions would not be for political purposes. Other writers, especially in recent years, have tended to portray her as someone who [[StrawmanPolitical puts U.S. interests ahead of anything else.]]

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* DependingOnTheWriter: DependingOnTheWriter:
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Ostrander tended to portray Waller as someone with a deeply buried, often compromised sense of morality who insisted from the start that Squad missions would not be for political purposes. Other writers, especially in recent years, have tended to portray her as someone who [[StrawmanPolitical puts U.S. interests ahead of anything else.]]



* EvilAlbino: Post New 52 Harley has what she describes as a "... ''skin condition''" along these lines, but it's probably just dyed.
** [[spoiler: It's not. Issue #7 reveals that the Joker threw her into the same vat of chemicals that bleached his skin. Both her skin and her hair are the result.]]
* EvilCounterpart: Zastrow, astonishingly, manages to be this to Amanda Waller, since he's a Communist hardliner willing and able to go to lengths even she normally balks at.

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* EvilAlbino: Post New 52 Harley has what she describes as a "... ''skin condition''" along these lines, but it's probably just dyed.
EvilCounterpart:
** [[spoiler: It's not. Issue #7 reveals that the Joker threw her into the same vat of chemicals that bleached his skin. Both her skin and her hair are the result.]]
* EvilCounterpart:
Zastrow, astonishingly, manages to be this to Amanda Waller, since he's a Communist hardliner willing and able to go to lengths even she normally balks at.



* GodzillaThreshold: Several arcs involve more mainstream superheroes overcoming their disgust for the Squad's ''modus operandi'' and members to work with them when something critical is at stake.

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* GodzillaThreshold: GodzillaThreshold:
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Several arcs involve more mainstream superheroes overcoming their disgust for the Squad's ''modus operandi'' and members to work with them when something critical is at stake. stake.



** "I'm a-coming, Jesus!"

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** "I'm -->"I'm a-coming, Jesus!"



-->'''Murph:''' So what do we call you? Father Richard? Reverend Craemer? Hey you?
-->'''Craemer:''' 'The Reverend Hey You' has a certain ring to it, don't you think?
** He later acknowledges he's begun responding to "hey you".

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-->'''Murph:''' So what do we call you? Father Richard? Reverend Craemer? Hey you?
-->'''Craemer:'''
you?\\
'''Craemer:'''
'The Reverend Hey You' has a certain ring to it, don't you think?
** He
think?
:::He
later acknowledges he's begun responding to "hey you".



* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: A couple of these, most notably the use of "Justice League Antarctica" at the beginning of the 2001 series.
** Also Doctor Light, who had suffered BadAssDecay on a level rarely seen, going from taking on the assembled Justice League, to infamously being a repeat ButtMonkey for the Teen Titans, to getting defeated by unpowered child commandos due to phobias about kids overpowering him... until he overcame his phobia by killing a kid hero on a mission, laughing about his newfound 'success'.

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* IneffectualSympatheticVillain: A couple of these, most notably the use of "Justice League Antarctica" at the beginning of the 2001 series.
** Also
Doctor Light, who had suffered BadAssDecay on a level rarely seen, going from taking on the assembled Justice League, to infamously being a repeat ButtMonkey for the Teen Titans, to getting defeated by unpowered child commandos due to phobias about kids overpowering him... until he overcame his phobia by killing a kid hero on a mission, laughing about his newfound 'success'.



* ResignationsNotAccepted: Especially Captain Boomerang, who just never seemed to be able to get off the Squad for any considerable length of time. While he was dead, the Squad recruited his son, Captain Boomerang, Jr. With Junior dead and the original back, it's only a matter of time before Amanda Waller gets her hands on him again.
** [[ForegoneConclusion She already did]] in "New 52." And for some reason, [[WhatTheHellHero she put him in charge]]... ''[[OhCrap and gave him the control to the explosive microbombs]]''. [[spoiler: It turns out that the switch doesn't work and Captain Boomerang was sent in only as a bargaining chip to get the rest of the Squad to safety. Then it was revealed that Boomerang was really sent in to infiltrate the Basilisk organization.]]

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* ResignationsNotAccepted: Especially Captain Boomerang, who just never seemed to be able to get off the Squad for any considerable length of time. While he was dead, the Squad recruited his son, Captain Boomerang, Jr. With Junior dead and When the original back, it's returned it was only a matter of time before Amanda Waller gets got her hands on him again.
** [[ForegoneConclusion She already did]] in "New 52." And for some reason, [[WhatTheHellHero she put him in charge]]... ''[[OhCrap and gave him the control to the explosive microbombs]]''. [[spoiler: It turns out that the switch doesn't work and Captain Boomerang was sent in only as a bargaining chip to get the rest of the Squad to safety. Then it was revealed that Boomerang was really sent in to infiltrate the Basilisk organization.]]
again.



--> I am fat, black, and menopausal. You do NOT want to mess with me!

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--> -->'''Waller:''' I am fat, black, and menopausal. You do NOT want to mess with me!



-->[[spoiler:"Oh no! That's me... and I don't look at all well! I'm dead!"]]

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-->[[spoiler:"Oh --->'''Dr. Light:''' [[spoiler:"Oh no! That's me... and I don't look at all well! I'm dead!"]]



* SoleSurvivor: Rick Flag, more than once; it takes an increasing emotional toll on him.

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* SoleSurvivor: SoleSurvivor:
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Rick Flag, more than once; it takes an increasing emotional toll on him.



--> '''Harley Quinn''': "Uh, fellas? [[HeroicComedicSociopath Our boy is a blow-up doll]]. [[CrossesTheLineTwice And]] ''[[CrowningMomentOfFunny not]]'' [[CrossesTheLineTwice the fun kind]]."

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--> '''Harley Quinn''': "Uh, -->'''Harley Quinn:''' Uh, fellas? [[HeroicComedicSociopath Our boy is a blow-up doll]]. [[CrossesTheLineTwice And]] ''[[CrowningMomentOfFunny not]]'' ''not'' [[CrossesTheLineTwice the fun kind]]."



** Especially the Secret Six, since Deadshot is one of its main characters.
*** WordOfGod says Deadshot's only in Secret Six exactly as long as he's not needed in a Suicide Squad book. Confirmed with the cancellation of ''ComicBook/SecretSix'' and the return of ''Suicide Squad''.



* TooDumbToLive: Boomerang took a program that offered him immense benefits and tried to spin it so he could use it to keep commiting crimes at his leisure under the persona of Mirror Master. Then he got caught... as Mirror Master, and got drafted into the Squad as well. [[CrowningMomentOfFunny It didn't end well for him]].
** [[spoiler:Yo-yo]] in the New 52 reboot. He thought[[spoiler: King Shark was too still and got too close while in his vulnerable thin form, effectively giving King Shark a free meal of thinly-sliced deli meat.]] That said, [[spoiler:Yo-Yo survived and managed to crawl out of King Shark's mouth several issues later.]]

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* TooDumbToLive: TooDumbToLive:
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Boomerang took a program that offered him immense benefits and tried to spin it so he could use it to keep commiting crimes at his leisure under the persona of Mirror Master. Then he got caught... as Mirror Master, and got drafted into the Squad as well. [[CrowningMomentOfFunny It didn't end well for him]].
him.
** [[spoiler:Yo-yo]] in the New 52 reboot. He thought[[spoiler: King thought [[spoiler:King Shark was too still and got too close while in his vulnerable thin form, effectively giving King Shark a free meal of thinly-sliced deli meat.]] That said, [[spoiler:Yo-Yo survived and managed to crawl out of King Shark's mouth several issues later.]]
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* [[ArmorPiercingQuestion Armor Piercing Statement]]: Amanda Waller loves doing this Trope, both in comics and animated series, once shocking Batman by calling him "rich boy"[[note]]indicating his secret identity isn't secret to her.[[/note]]
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* BadassBoast: Deadshot, after WilliamTelling Captain Boomerang, says it was an easy shot. So easy, in fact, he did so with his eyes closed. Flipping back the pages reveals he really did just that.

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* BadassBoast: BadassBoast:
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Deadshot, after WilliamTelling Captain Boomerang, says it was an easy shot. So easy, in fact, he did so with his eyes closed. Flipping back the pages reveals he really did just that.



-->Hate is cold! Hell is cold! And sucker, I am Captain Cold!

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-->Hate --->Hate is cold! Hell is cold! And sucker, I am Captain Cold!



** Referenced obliquely in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' cartoon, when Batman threatens to expose her operations:
--> Amanda Waller: "Back off, rich boy."



-->''Amanda Waller'': [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I AM IN CHARGE HERE!]]

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-->''Amanda Waller'': -->'''Amanda Waller:''' [[PunctuatedForEmphasis I AM IN CHARGE HERE!]]
7th Aug '16 11:07:58 PM PaulA
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There was also a WorldWarII team called the Suicide Squad, or possibly two of them. One was a feature in ''Star-Spangled War Stories'' from `1963-1966 fighting "The War That Time Forgot"; it was a top secret Ranger outfit trained to handle missions ordinary volunteers would not survive. The other was a ''[[Film/TheDirtyDozen Dirty Dozen]]''-style collection of military riff-raff and criminals assembled to handle {{Suicide Mission}}s. It was retconned into existence to provide a through line from the World War Two version, through the Fifties version to the new ''Suicide Squad'' debuting in the 1980s.

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There was also a WorldWarII team called the Suicide Squad, or possibly two of them. One was a feature in ''Star-Spangled War Stories'' from `1963-1966 1963-1966 fighting "The War That Time Forgot"; it was a top secret Ranger outfit trained to handle missions ordinary volunteers would not survive. The other was a ''[[Film/TheDirtyDozen Dirty Dozen]]''-style collection of military riff-raff and criminals assembled to handle {{Suicide Mission}}s. It was retconned into existence to provide a through line from the World War Two version, through the Fifties version to the new ''Suicide Squad'' debuting in the 1980s.



* AsYouKnow: At the beginning of the "Firebird" story arc, the Penguin starts presenting his mission plan by explaining what the mission is, which the reader doesn't know yet but the characters he's talking to do. Lampshaded; Waller tells him to hurry up and tell her something she doesn't know already.



* BadBadActing: Boomerang trying to lure out William Hell.



* 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.



* DependingOnTheWriter: Ostrander tended to portray Waller as someone with a deeply buried, often compromised sense of morality who insisted fromt he start that Squad missions would not be for political purposes. Other writers, especially in recent years, have tended to portray her as someone who [[StrawmanPolitical puts U.S. interests ahead of anything else.]]

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* DependingOnTheWriter: Ostrander tended to portray Waller as someone with a deeply buried, often compromised sense of morality who insisted fromt he from the start that Squad missions would not be for political purposes. Other writers, especially in recent years, have tended to portray her as someone who [[StrawmanPolitical puts U.S. interests ahead of anything else.]]



* LaserGuidedAmnesia: In an early issue, a team member who tried to sell out to the other side is processed to remove all memories of the Suicide Squad before being returned to prison. The process is depicted as being prolonged and agonizing, and several members of the Squad object to Waller that it's clearly inhumane; Waller, on consideration, admits they're right and agrees not to use it again.



* PunchPunchPunchUhOh: Versus Stompa the Female Fury in the issue where the Furies attack Belle Reve.
* PunkInTheTrunk: One of the advance team's masters of disguise takes the place of a villain's chauffeur to learn his plans, leaving the real chauffeur tied up in the trunk.



* ShoutOut: In an exceptional example of MoodDissonance, Dr. Light takes time out from an apocalyptic battle to quote Creator/TheFiresignTheatre's Rocky Roccoco (from "AudioPlay/TheFurtherAdventuresOfNickDanger").

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
** In the "Firebird" arc, an innocent bystander whose ID papers get stolen as part of the squad's escape plan is named [[WesternAnimation/DudleyDoRight Dudley DuReight]].
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In an exceptional example of MoodDissonance, Dr. Light takes time out from an apocalyptic battle to quote Creator/TheFiresignTheatre's Rocky Roccoco (from "AudioPlay/TheFurtherAdventuresOfNickDanger").


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* WorkingWithTheEx: Rick Flag and Karin Grace, the only two survivors of the previous Suicide Squad, are both hired by Waller for the new enterprise, Flag to lead the squad and Grace as part of the team that runs the squad's home base. Flag and Grace were an item before their relationship died messily in the ruins of their disastrous final mission, and now they really do not get along.
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* ''Film/SuicideSquad'': A movie adaptation part of the Film/DCExtendedUniverse, directed by David Ayer. Waller is played by Viola Davis and features a team consisting of Deadshot (Will Smith), Enchantress (Cara Delevingne), Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney), Rick Flagg (Joel Kinnaman), Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Killer Croc, El Diablo and Katana. ComicBook/TheJoker (Jared Leto) also features, not part of the squad but as a separate entity.

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* ''Film/SuicideSquad'': ''Film/SuicideSquad2016'': A movie adaptation part of the Film/DCExtendedUniverse, directed by David Ayer. Waller is played by Viola Davis and features a team consisting of Deadshot (Will Smith), Enchantress (Cara Delevingne), Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney), Rick Flagg (Joel Kinnaman), Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Killer Croc, El Diablo and Katana. ComicBook/TheJoker (Jared Leto) also features, not part of the squad but as a separate entity.
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