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Task Force X
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay | Justice League Dark: Apokolips War

A group of convicted supervillains who are recruited to do suicide missions in return for time taken off their sentence.
    In General 

Current Members

    Harley Quinn 

Harleen Quinzel
"Top of the world Puddin!"

Species: Human

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay | Batman: Hush | Justice League Dark: Apokolips War

Voiced by: Tara Strong (Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay) , Hynden Walch (all other appearances)

The Joker's former partner in crime and overall madwoman with a twisted sense of humor.

  • Alternate Self: In the Flashpoint timeline she's still a supervillain working for the Joker, except in that timeline she's called Yo-Yo and the Joker is Martha Wayne.
  • Ax-Crazy: Harley is a deranged sociopath with an unstable grip on reality. Apokolips War shows her happily singing as she kills countless soldiers in Lex Corp, which is capped off by her whispering that she could really use a cigarette, implying that she was sexually aroused from the violence.
  • Batter Up!: In her first appearance, all she uses in combat is a baseball bat. In Apokolips War she doesn't use the bat at all, and instead expands her arsenal by including an oversized mallet, and two pistols designed to fire kryptonite bullets.
  • Costume Evolution: Starting in Hell to Pay, she wears an outfit from the New 52 and Rebirth eras. In Hush, she's back in her classic jester costume and cowl. Come Apokolips War, she wears the jester cowl with the 52/Rebirth outfit.
  • Dissonant Laughter: She has a few out-of-moment laughs in Apokolips War. She claims it's a coping mechanism.
  • Demoted to Extra: Unlike most Suicide Squad adaptations, Harley Quinn is minor character in Hell to Pay who could be removed without affecting the story at all.
  • Dumb Blonde: Her hair is light blond, and she is an air-headed madwoman.
  • The Fool: Possibly the weakest member of her team next to Captain Boomerang, and undoubtedly its most reckless member, she nonetheless manages to come out of Hell to Pay relatively unscathed. She also manages to survive in Apokolips War all the way up to the self-destruction of the Lexcorp tower, alongside the aforementioned Captain Boomerang, King Shark, and Lois Lane, even though she's facing the Paradooms that tore through most of Earth's heroes.
  • Guns Akimbo: Uses two pistols that fire kryptonite bullets when she has to Hold the Line in Apokolips War.
  • Graceful Loser: After losing a fight to Lois Lane in Apokolips War that would determine whether or not the Suicide Squad would join the global resistance movement, Harley gladly upholds her end of the deal.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: While the team is sneaking in on Zoom's hideout, she immediately rushes in screaming to the top of her lungs. Luckily for them, the hideout was empty though it was armed with a bomb.
  • The Load: Contributes next to nothing during the whole movie. Even proving a loud mouthed hindrance a few times.
  • Shoo Out the Clowns: Literally in Hell to Pay where Deadshot tells her to stay behind when he goes to confront Zoom himself.
  • Straw Feminist: She believes that Waller never puts her in charge because the Task Force X system is misogynistic, ignoring her various instabilities that would make her ill-fit for a team leader role.
  • Taking You with Me: She, Lois, Captain Boomerang, and King Shark blow themselves and Lexcorp Tower up to stop the Paradooms from returning to Apokolips.
  • Tarot Troubles: She's represented by The Empress card in Madame Xanadu's deck.
  • Too Kinky to Torture: When injected with their detonators, Harley reacts with laughing joy rather than agony unlike other Task Force X members.
  • Wolverine Publicity: One of the most popular members of the Suicide Squad, but is of actual arguable helpfulness and plot relevance during the events of the film.
  • You Are in Command Now: After Waller loses her battle against cancer, and The Joker dies during the Time Skip in Apokolips War, Harley becomes the leader of the Suicide Squad.

    Captain Boomerang 

George "Digger" Harkness
"Are you shitting me?!"

Species: Human

Appearances: Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox (original timeline) | Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay | Justice League Dark: Apokolips War

Voiced by: James Patrick Stuart (The Flashpoint Paradox) Liam McIntyre (Hell to Pay onwards)

An Australian criminal and member of the Rogues, a group of criminals who often fought with the Flash.

  • Badass Normal:
    • In Hell to Pay, he holds his own against metahumans like Reverse-Flash, but with boomerangs instead of guns.
    • In Apokolips War, Boomerang and Harley are the only members of the new Suicide Squad to lack superpowers or high-tech weapons, but he is one of the last survivors of the Lexcorp Tower raid, and manages to hold his own quite well against Paradooms with nothing but kryptonite boomerangs.
  • Better than a Bare Bulb: The tie-in comic for Hell to Pay reveals that Waller only kept him around in case something happened to Deadshot and Task Force X needed another marksman of comparable skill.
  • Evil Counterpart: His skillset mirrors Deadshot's own, that is, nigh-unerring accuracy, but he's a much more crude and reckless thug whose sole purpose more-or-less is to make Floyd look good.
  • Improbable Weapon User: He uses boomerangs as weapons, and somehow this led him to be dangerous enough to have a life sentence of more than 88 years. It also kept him alive longer than more powerful characters in Apokolips War.
  • Jerkass: His first scene shows him using paper boomerangs to annoy Deadshot in the adjacent cell, and taunting him for not receiving any letters from his estranged daughter. Then during the movie's climax, he betrays his teammates and tries to steal the Get Out of Hell Free Card for himself.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: On the receiving end of this trope by Zoom in Hell to Pay when he steals the Card and gets beaten up to the inch of his life.
  • Not So Harmless: As of Hell to Pay, he still has 88 more years left of his prison sentence to work off. He is also pretty much at the same level as Deadshot in terms of lethality but unlike Deadshot he barely has any code.
  • Overshadowed by Awesome: Pretty much by virtue of Deadshot's presence. He's also held back by his relatively shortsighted jerkassery.
  • Profane Last Words: "Are you shitting me?!" upon learning that King Shark is capable of saying more than "King Shark is a shark" when Shark says "It's been an honor to fight by your side."
  • Taking You with Me: He, Lois, Harley Quinn, and King Shark blow themselves and Lexcorp Tower up to stop the Paradooms from returning to Apokolips.
  • Tarot Troubles: He's represented by The Chariot card in Madame Xanadu's deck.

    King Shark 

"King Shark is a shark!"

Species: Demigod

Appearances: Justice League Dark: Apokolips War

Voiced by: John DiMaggio

A Shark Man and the newest member of the Suicide Squad, and who had previously been in a relationship with John Constantine.

  • Adaptational Relationship Overhaul: King Shark and John Constantine have never even officially met in the comics due to belonging to very different genres but in this they are exes.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: This incarnation of King Shark is the first in which he's known to have dated a man.
  • Amicable Exes: If his wink is any indication, he holds no bad blood with Constantine despite their breakup.
  • Improbable Weapon User: He tries to Hold the Line to close the Lexcorp Boom Tube by using kryptonite teeth to bite Paradooms. And despite this bizarre choice of weapon, he manages to survive until the detonation of Lexcorp Tower alongside Captain Boomerang, Harley and Lois. King Shark is the only melee fighter that managed to last that long, beating even the likes of Bane and Black Manta.
  • Interspecies Romance: Had one with a human John Constantine, while King Shark is the son of a shark god.
  • It Has Been an Honor: "It's been an honor to fight by your side" is the only line he says that isn't "King Shark is a shark." He says this to Captain Boomerang as Lexcorp Tower is about to detonate.
  • Last Episode, New Character: He's introduced in the final film of the DCAMU, while all the other characters have appeared at least once before.
  • Pokémon Speak: He can only say "King Shark is a shark." Subverted, since he reveals to Captain Boomerang he can say other things but has chosen not to for whatever reason right before they both get killed by Paradooms.
  • Taking You with Me: He, Lois, Harley Quinn, and Captain Boomerang blow themselves and Lexcorp Tower up to stop the Paradooms from returning to Apokolips.

    Black Manta 

David Hyde

Species: Human

Appearances: Justice League: Throne of Atlantis | Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (film) | Justice League Dark: Apokolips Warnote 

Voiced By: Harry Lennix (Throne of Atlantis), Dave Fennoy (Hell to Pay)

A man donning a robotic suit that vaguely resembles a manta ray. He aids Ocean Master in his quest to start a war between Atlantis and the surface world, and is later arrested and inducted into Amanda Waller's Suicide Squad.

  • The Cameo: Shows up briefly during the opening of the Suicide Squad film, delivering Task Force X to their next destination.
  • The Chessmaster: He is responsible for the events of Throne of Atlantis, manipulating Orm into waging war against the surface world. Regardless, he is disposed off before the film's climax, and his pawn becomes the Big Bad.
  • Eye Beams: His weapon of choice is a laser beam that he fires from his visor.
  • Greed: The main reason he manipulates Orm is to plunder Atlantis of all its treasures while its citizens are busy fighting a war against the surface.
  • Half the Man He Used to Be: When he attempts to slash a Paradoom with his kryptonite blades, the monster catches him in mid-air and tears him in half.
  • Unexplained Recovery: Black Manta is defeated in Throne of Atlantis when Aquaman summons a great white shark to devour him, yet he is revealed to be alive in Hell to Pay, with only a couple of face scars as a reminder of the incident.



Species: Human

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (comic) | Batman: Hush | Justice League Dark: Apokolips Warnote 

Voiced By: Adam Gifford

  • Adaptational Badass: He’s stronger than Bane usually is, being able to fight and kill multiple Paradooms in hand to hand combat during the LexCorp raid, something that would be suicide for anyone else.
  • Adaptational Dumbass: This Bane is a Dumb Muscle rather than the cunning planner of the comics.
  • Butt-Monkey: In the Hell to Pay comic where he is possessed by both Deadman and Gentleman Ghost, thrown off a boat and away from the fight by Giganta, and then defeated by Solomon Grundy.
  • Devoured by the Horde: He is devoured by the Paradooms during the last stand at LexCorp.
  • Gory Discretion Shot: His death in Apokolips War is obscured by the Paradooms swarming on him, but by the sounds of it, it was nasty.
  • Hulking Out: It is Bane, after all.
  • Irony: Him breaking Batman's back is well known and is somewhat laughed at by Harley who asks if he hates spines after he break two men's back at the same time, which makes it even funny when Solomon Grundy does the same move to him.


Barbara Minerva

Species: Metahuman

Appearances: Justice League vs. Teen Titansnote  | The Death of Supermannote  | Wonder Woman: Bloodlines | Justice League Dark: Apokolips Warnote 

Voiced By: Kimberly Brooks

Wonder Woman's archfoe and a member of the Legion of Doom.

  • Arch-Enemy: Wonder Woman's arch-foe, a fact cemented by Wonder Woman confronting her on her own and Cheetah's attempt to ambush Diana.
  • Catgirl: Like some versions, she's depicted with feline attributes.
  • Dark Action Girl: The only female member of the Legion and one of the strongest if she can handle herself against Wonder Woman.
  • Demoted to Extra: After the height of her plot relevance as an antagonist in Wonder Woman: Bloodlines, Barbara goes back to a small non-speaking role as a member of the Suicide Squad in her next appearance. Worse, she's abruptly shot dead by a normal soldier and her teammates, who just mourned Lady Shiva, don't even react. She doesn't even leave a corpse in the background, as if she was never there at all!
  • Designated Girl Fight: Her only purpose is to fight Wonder Woman, both of them being the only female members of their teams.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: She is always barefooted as a result of her transformation giving her clawed feet.
  • Full-Frontal Assault: Fights in the nude since she's covered in cheetah fur.
  • Murderous Thighs: Feints a vertical kick to wrap her legs around Wonder Woman's neck and give her a back scratch.
  • One-Winged Angel: In Wonder Woman: Bloodlines she takes a serum that transforms her into a hulking cheetah monster.
  • The Smurfette Principle: The only female member of the Legion of Doom. This is subverted when she joins the Suicide Squad.
  • The Speechless: She doesn't talk except in Wonder Woman: Bloodlines.

Former Members

    Amanda Waller 

Amanda Waller

Species: Human

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay | Batman: Hush

Voiced by: Vanessa Williams

Head of Task Force X. Seeks the Get Out Of Hell Free card due to suffering from terminal illness.

  • Adaptational Attractiveness: Amanda Waller is depicted as younger and slimmer than in most depictions. There's a justification for her size: she has terminal cancer. Deadshot indicates briefly that she's been grumpier since she lost weight, implying that it's all due to the disease. Even with this in mind, she still looks in remarkable good shape despite this condition.
  • Adaptational Badass: She fights alongside the Squad in the tie-in comic and uses Nth metal bullets to fight ghosts.
  • A Lighter Shade of Black: Compared to the others seeking the 'Get out of Hell' Free card, she's the least evil, and the tie-in comic points out that some of her actions with the squad are considered moral.
  • Bad Boss: She is very uncaring towards her employees even if they are criminals themselves and has no reservation about blowing them up when its convenient such as when she detonates Copperhead's explosive in order to take Killer Frost down with him when she goes rogue. She also refuses medical treatment to Bronze Tiger when he is mortally wounded in action.
  • The Cameo: Briefly appears in Batman: Hush, helping Batman capture Bane. As Apokolips Wars reveals, she does so to secure the villain as a member of Task Force X.
  • Death by Adaptation: She died off-screen before the main plot of Apokolips War.
  • Does Not Like Magic: According to the comic tie-in. She has reservations about sorcerers ever since an incident involving the Enchantress.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Towards Killer Frost's abusive parents, saying that they were in need of some discipline themselves.
  • Hypocrite: The Hell to Pay comic reveals she distrusts magic users, yet she had no problem sending the team in search of a magical item to save herself.
  • It's All About Me: Usually, Waller uses Task Force X for national security, but in Hell to Pay she is using them specifically for her own interests. Namely trying to avoid an afterlife of punishment for her crimes.
  • Killed Offscreen: Her cancer caught up to her by the time the main plot of Justice League Dark: Apokolips War happens.
  • Pyrrhic Victory: Amanda finally gets her hands on the Card on the end... After it has been used to send Bronze Tiger to Heaven. Not only she finds out she has been duped in the tie-in comic, but also that the Spectre is on her trail too. The comic revolves around her attempts at subverting this trope.
  • Too Desperate to Be Picky: The tie-in comic has her searching for an alternative once she learns the Card is now useless to her. She discovers a key that can spare her eternal damnation but won't send her to Heaven like the Card. Given how the clock's running down and the Spectre is just waiting to deliver her long overdue punishment, she jumps on the chance of finding the key because not suffering for eternity is a decent silver medal in all of her choices.


Floyd Lawton

Species: Human

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay

Voiced by: Christian Slater

An expert marksman and a veteran member of Task Force X.

  • Action Dad: Deadshot is the most competent member of the Suicide Squad, but his biggest motivation is to reunite with his estranged daughter.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: Unlike his comic counterpart he doesn't have suicidal tendencies to explain why he keeps taking assassin job, he just does it because he likes it.
  • Badass Normal: He isn't a meta human, yet he manages to hold his own against the likes of Blockbuster, Banshee, Knockout and Reverse Flash.
  • Because I'm Good At It: Even though he manages to get work off his prison sentence and leave the Squad to start a whole new life, he goes back to being an assassin instead of working as Lyft driver as his daughter suggested because he doesn't know anything else and he is the best in his trade.
  • Berserk Button: Threatening his daughter or simply implying that he doesn't actually love her sends Deadshot into a rage. Bronze Tiger accusing Deadshot of abandoning his own daughter leads to a vicious fist fight between the two.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Doesn't appear in Apokolips War among the expanded Suicide Squad. Either he was one of the many casualties of Darkseid's invasion given Anyone Can Die is in full effect, or after Amanda Waller died he deserted to find his daughter to try protecting her from the invaders.
  • Cold Sniper: As shown during the prologue of ''Hell to Pay', Deadshot kills each of his enemies with perfect accuracy before moving onto the next.
  • Collapsible Helmet: His helmet can open and close from around his neck, in a manner similar to Iron Man's.
  • Evil Parents Want Good Kids: In the tie-in comic, he makes a demonstration of his work day to his daughter in order to dissuade her from pursuing it.
  • A Father to His Men: While he never says it, there are instances where he shows that he holds the safety of his teammates a top priority.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: With Bronze Tiger. The two clash when Tiger accuses Floyd of throwing his daughter away, yet are forced to work together in Task Force X. By the end of the film, they have grown to respect each other, and Deadshot allows Bronze Tiger to use up the "Get Out of Hell" card he was supposed to deliver to Waller.
  • The Gunslinger: Throughout the film, apart from his wrist guns, he also uses an assault rifle and pistol with great efficiency.
  • Hitman with a Heart: Deadshot is a professional criminal who loves his daughter, is A Father to His Men, gives Jewelee a Mercy Kill, and gives a dying Bronze Tiger the Get Out Of Hell Free Card.
  • Mercy Kill: Shoots Jewelee at the beginning of the film after she tearfully begs him to spare her from having to experience having her head blown off from Waller's detonator.
  • Only Sane Man: He goes where the money goes and under Waller's thumb just does as he's told to earn back his freedom while lacking the mania, freakishness, or suicidal ambition that most of the super villains in this universe possess.
  • Pet the Dog: After Bronze Tiger is fatally wounded by Zoom, Deadshot gives him the Get Out of Hell card to ensure he will go to Heaven, risking being killed by Waller for disobeying her.
  • The Stoic: Borders between this and a Sociopath, as he always shows little to no emotion even when gunning down his enemies.
  • Tarot Troubles: He's represented by The Devil card in Madame Xanadu's deck.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: No one in the Suicide Squad really like each other but him and Boomerang have are both veteran of this and dislike each other.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: His absence from the remaining Squad in Apokolips War goes unexplained.

    Bronze Tiger 

Ben Turner

Species: Human

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (film)

Voiced by: Billy Brown

A former CIA agent who became a vigilante with a strong moral code to never harm an innocent.

  • Adaptational Badass: If Waller is correct about him being the World's Best Warrior, as while his comic self is undeniably near the top, he doesn't quite reach the heights of Black Canary, Cassandra Cain, or his former ally Lady Shiva.
  • Adaptation Distillation: In the comics, Ben and the Bronze Tiger are two different personalities, with Bronze Tiger being his Hyde-esque evil self created by the League of Assassins through brainwashing. Here, it's just an alias.
  • Ambiguously Christian: He does mention believe in Heaven and Hell, but beyond that its not established how religious he really is. This is in contrast to his comic self, who is explicitly Taoist.
  • Anti-Hero: Unlike most members of the team, he was a violent vigilante that killed his enemies rather than a criminal.
  • Badass Normal: He has no discernible powers and has the skills for it to not matter.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Tiger was targeted by the League of Assassins and they murdered his fiancee to get to him. He spent several years on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge killing those responsible.
  • Death by Adaptation: Bronze Tiger was one of the only characters to survive the entire original run of Suicide Squad, but here he's killed by Thawne.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: Shows dislike for his fellow partners, specially with Deadshot since he is assigned as leader and Tiger refuses to take orders from a criminal. At the end of the movie, they show mutual respect for each other after defeating Zoom together and Deadshot comforts Tiger in his last moments.
  • Karma Houdini: He gets to use the card at the end of the movie. Allowing him to go to Heaven instead of Hell. Compared to all the others interested in being this trope however, he was by far the most sympathetic.
  • Last Breath Bullet: He uses the last of his strength to slice Zoom's fingers off with a throwing knife, robbing him of the card and giving Lawton a clear shot at the supervillain.
  • Tarot Troubles: He's represented by The Emperor card in Madame Xanadu's deck.
  • Token Good Teammate: He's an Anti-Hero on a team full of supervillains.
  • World's Best Warrior. Waller believes that he could be the best martial artist on the planet.

    Killer Frost 

Crystal Frost
"Nobody knows what I'm capable of."

Species: Metahuman

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (film)

Voiced by: Kristin Bauer

A former scientist and now a criminal with Ice Powers.
  • Abusive Parents: Both her mother and her father used to beat her up together.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: Despite having an upper hand, wastes time gloating instead of killing off other incapacitated villains.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: She turns on the Suicide Squad for Zoom after he removes her explosive, and she immediately betrays Zoom when he has the Card on his hands, intending to sell it to the highest bidder.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Was beaten by her parents, then went on a life of crime.
  • Deadpan Snarker: When Frost is displeased, her usual reaction is to blurt out a sarcastic quip. When she realizes she will be forced to work with Harley in the upcoming mission, she asks Waller to kill her now and then; and when the Squad is surrounded by Savage's troopers, she calmly exclaims "Balls!" before unleashing her powers on them.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Not that she wasn't actually good to begin with, but she betrays the Suicide Squad after Zoom convinces her to help him by removing her Explosive Leash.
  • Fatal Flaw: Greed. She could have likely gotten away scot-free with her life had she just let Zoom keep the card and his goons finish off the rest of the helpless Squad, but she had to waste time double-crossing him and killing them to take the card for a payday, thus giving Copperhead time to break free of her ice and end up causing both of their deaths.
  • Flat-Earth Atheist: She doesn't plan to use the card for herself because she isn't a believer... despite the fact that the existence of the supernatural is common knowledge by this point, which means the existence of God isn't a stretch.
  • Freudian Excuse: Had extremely abusive parents, which bit them when one of their beatings triggered a Traumatic Superpower Awakening.
  • See You in Hell: Her last words before Copperhead's Explosive Leash goes off is to shout this to Waller.
  • Tarot Troubles: She's represented by The Sun card in Madame Xanadu's deck.
  • Token Super: The only metahuman on the team, while Copperhead is a cyborg.
  • Traumatic Superpower Awakening: It was her parents' constant abuse that caused her powers to manifest.


Sameer Park

Species: Cyborg

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (film)

Voiced by: Gideon Emery

A criminal who has been enhanced to have reptilian abilities.

  • Adaptational Badass: Most incarnations of Copperhead are treated as jokes this days outside of the female versions, and even before that he was just a guy in a suit barring his brief mutation. This version is heavily modified and fittingly more of a threat, possessing greater fighting strength and acid shooters in his mouth. This version can even match Killer Frost of all people in a fight for a prolonged period.
  • Adaptational Ugliness: Thanks to his body modifications, he is more terrifying to look at than his Justice League version.
  • Beast Man: He modified his own body to acquire characteristics associated with snakes, such as a robotic tail and a bifurcated tongue.
  • Beware My Stinger Tail: He can impale and strangle his victims with his robotic tail.
  • Breath Weapon: Has acid shooters in his mouth to emulate a snake's venom spit.
  • The Quiet One: Copperhead can speak, but doesn't do it as often as Boomerang and especially Harley Quinn.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: He surgically altered his body to resemble a humanoid snake, including sharp teeth and acidic venom, and is a feared criminal.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist: He has a really soothing voice and is a dangerous criminal. He has fun scaring off Pyg when he captures him.
    Copperhead: I smell bacon.
  • Troll: He knows he looks terrifying and gets some kicks scaring off civilians in the streets.
  • Vocal Dissonance: When he speaks, his voice doesn't exactly match up with his scary appearance.
  • Your Head Asplode: Waller detonates his explosive. Not because he went rogue, but to take Killer Frost down with him.

    Count Vertigo 

Werner Vertigo
"You're lying. I'm team leader."

Species: Metahuman

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (film)

Voiced by: Jim Pirri

A criminal of Star City and enemy of Green Arrow.
  • Aristocrats Are Evil: Has a noble title and is planning to double cross Waller while working for her.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: He talks big about being a criminal genius who's fooling Waller, but not only does he go down as easily as the others who cross her, he goes down in the middle of pathetically begging for his life.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: He is the first member of the Suicide Squad to have his detonator activated, which causes his head to explode.
  • Flat "What": When Floyd reveals Waller knows about his deception, the Count can only let out a monotone "What" in response.
  • Promoted to Love Interest: Him and Jewelee never had a romantic relationship in the comics.
  • Smug Snake: Presents his plan like he's The Chessmaster with an arrogant aura, believing he has Waller in the palm of his hand. But when Deadshot reveals that Waller has been listening in and she activates his neck bomb, all that slimy composure goes out the window.
  • Villains Want Mercy: When Waller activates his neck bomb, all the smug composure goes out the window and he's in the middle of groveling when the bomb explodes.
  • Your Head Asplode: When Waller is made aware of his deception, she immediately causes the bomb in his neck to go off, decapitating him.

    Punch and Jewelee 

Punch and Jewelee

Species: Human

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (film)

Punch voiced by: Trevor Devall
Jewelee voiced by: Julie Nathanson

A couple who were on their honeymoon while as members of the Suicide Squad.

  • Adaptational Villainy: In the comics, Jewelee truly loved Punch and embarked on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge to kill the man responsible for his death. Here, not only did she cheat on Punch with Vertigo, but she's also the one to kill him.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: Punch lives long enough to see that it was his own lover who shot him through the back.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Implied with Punch. Despite gleefully murdering his victims, he was surprised when Count Vertigo went against the mission, implying he generally only does it when asked. He's also shocked that Jewelee killed him and cheated on him with Vertigo since he loved her.
  • Light Is Not Good: They both use hard-light constructs, two of which are used to inflict a number of horrific deaths.
  • Mercy Kill: Jewelee is on the receiving end of one from Deadshot, who blasts a hole through her head before the bomb in her neck can explode.
  • Promoted to Love Interest: Her and Vertigo never had a romantic relationship in the comics.
  • Sickeningly Sweethearts: They smooch at every opportunity possible, even in the middle of a mission. Subverted in that it was all a charade on Jewelee's part.
  • Unholy Matrimony: Subverted. They appear to be a couple, but Jewelee personally murders Punch once her relationship with Vertigo is revealed.
  • Villains Want Mercy: Jewelee spends the last moments of her life tearfully begging Deadshot to save her from Waller's explosive device.

    Doctor Polaris 

Neal Emerson

Species: Metahuman

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (comic)

A supervillain with a drug addiction.

  • Adaptational Wimp: He's apparently not a doctor and also has a drug addiction, which proves to be a problem often.

    Ms. Clay 


Species: Metahuman (clone)

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (comic)

A piece of Clayface that developed her own sense of identity.



Species: Metauman

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (comic)

A shape shifter who chooses to remain in the form of a coyote-human creature.


Jed Coombs

Species: Metauman

Appearances: Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (comic)

A man who was experimented on until he mutated into a aquatic monster.