Incredible new Suicide Squad film posters

In a world that seems to be overflowing with superhero films, one stands out this year for me, that being Suicide Squad. Starting life as a comic book, as most superhero films do, Suicide Squad brings together a group of misfit criminals who are recruited by a secret government organisation to take on secret missions that require their special set of skills and personalties, and so these activities can’t be tracked back to those in charge. The catch? If any of them deviate from the plan then their heads get blown off thanks to a specially implanted chip. At least that’s how I understand it from reading the New 52 Suicide Squad comic story arcs of recent years, which have been my introduction to the story and characters.

The new film comes out in August, and of the cast it’s Jared Leto and Margot Robbie as Joker and Harley Quinn respectively, that both intrigue me the most and look the best from photos and trailers, of which the latter we are due a second any day now. Harley Quinn is a character I’ve read quite a bit of recently, with the latest set of comics written by Jimmy Palmiotti and beautifully drawn by a group of artists, led by Amanda Conner and Chad Hardin, being a fantastic mix of humour and utterly ridiculous adventures based in reality and beyond.

So to the title of this post, and these great posters that were revealed online yesterday by director David Ayer and some of the cast members. Once again it is Harley Quinn and Joker that are the stand outs, but the style is so different to what you’d usually see from film posters, but definitely in keeping the ethos of the Suicide Squad.

Suicide Squad film poster

Suicide Squad Slipknot film poster

Suicide Squad Katana film poster

Suicide Squad Diablo film poster

Suicide Squad Rick Flag film poster

Suicide Squad Killer Croc film poster

Suicide Squad Killer Enchantress film poster

Suicide Squad Killer Harley Quinn film poster

Suicide Squad Joker Enchantress film poster

With the probable exception of Star Wars: Rogue One and Fantastic Beasts, Suicide Squad is the my most eagerly anticipated film of 2016, and everything so far seems to indicate it won’t disappoint, and is in keeping with the what makes the comics such a great read.



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