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Well those are the guys who were more regularly apart of the SS. Two-Face, Mr. Freeze, Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, and the Penguin were only ever briefly apart of it (so far as I know), and they're all well known as Batman villains. A lot of times in the comics a number of the Batman villains would work together, it basically would end up feeling less like a SS movie and more of a Batman movie if they only did Batman villains, rather than a range of DC villains the SS is made up of. Plus the SS usually wasn't all super villains, it would have mercenaries and antihero types, along with have nothing to loose military types.

Honestly it sounds to me like there sticking to the core elements of the SS comic book background, which I think is good since most times a super hero movie strays to far from the comic book narrative it ends up crap.

I'd recommend checking out The Arrow, and The Flash on Netflixs, both shows exist in the same universe and feature some of these villains people may be less familiar with. Deadshot is in The Arrow, Boomerang is in The Flash, think there are some others, plus in the Arrow they actually have a version of the SS in the later seasons.

LaVeyan Inferno and Evil Minion

The Mad King of Hell of The Stalker wrote:Well those are the guys who were more regularly apart of the SS. Two-Face, Mr. Freeze, Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, and the Penguin were only ever briefly apart of it (so far as I know), and they're all well known as Batman villains. A lot of times in the comics a number of the Batman villains would work together, it basically would end up feeling less like a SS movie and more of a Batman movie if they only did Batman villains, rather than a range of DC villains the SS is made up of. Plus the SS usually wasn't all super villains, it would have mercenaries and antihero types, along with have nothing to loose military types.
Honestly it sounds to me like there sticking to the core elements of the SS comic book background, which I think is good since most times a super hero movie strays to far from the comic book narrative it ends up crap.
I'd recommend checking out The Arrow, and The Flash on Netflixs, both shows exist in the same universe and feature some of these villains people may be less familiar with. Deadshot is in The Arrow, Boomerang is in The Flash, think there are some others, plus in the Arrow they actually have a version of the SS in the later seasons.

The guy who plays green arrow is suppose to be in the new avengers movie

The Stalker

☆ News Update from Illuminati ☆

Greetings Ally!
I wanted to share some news from our region to yours. It's been a tumultuous week for Illuminati.

1. The Democratic Revolution is a success, we are now a full-fledged Democracy after 11 years of Imperial rule. The first democratically elected Grand Chancellor with term times and limits will happen on July 1st.

2. The joint - regional military occupation of Christmas is over. Our troops are returning home as heroes!

3. A new Illuminati forum is open to the public. We would love to have your region represented there. Or just swing by for a visit. The link is in our WFB.

4. We want to strengthen our ties with you! We invite you to visit at any time.

Thanks for reading, and please keep us updated with your regional news as well.

The Stalker and LaVeyan Inferno

The Mad King of Hell of The Stalker wrote:I agree, I was thinking of commenting, but looking at it now, idk. Same reason I avoid commenting on people's FB when they post stupid ignorant sh*t, cause the only thing worse than reading it, is getting into a debate with them about it.


Never argue with an idiot, for he will drag you down to his level and overwhelm you with his practice at and sheer volume of irrationality.

Can we create a special level of Hell for all the stupids that would drag down our level of conversation?

And speaking of roasting our enemies over spits, just when they're starting to caramelize on the outside and their screaming is loudest, I recommend basting with a combination of ghost peppers, vinegar, and salt. I don't know if it's the glaze or the extra suffering that makes these nuts taste even better than usual!

The Stalker and LaVeyan Inferno

The Satanic Slavic Empire of LaVeyan Inferno wrote:I have mixed feelings about it honestly. On one hand, I like the prospect of a movie focusing on DC villains. It's a refreshing change of pace from the otherwise hero-centered movies that DC has produced that have been underwhelming to say the least. Also, Harley Quinn will get her first live action movie debue, an event that has been definitely overdue to say the least.
However, I'm going into nerd rant mode to state my gripes. For starters, it's who is and isn't in the crew that somewhat dampens my spirits. For one thing, I initially thought the Joker would be the leader of the Suicide Squad. It would make sense that he would be in charge, since he has proven time and again to be the among most cunning and iconic of criminal masterminds in the DC Universe. And, despite what some may say about his character design, as well as the actor who will portray him, I honestly think he will deliver. I think it would have been amusing to see him on the other side of the law, and get to see how he would find a way to still be his crazy old self.
Also, I have doubts about those members that are in the squad. Most of these guys are characters that I, as well as a majority of fans for that matter, have never even heard of or seem to be completely out of place to the point of self-parody.
Take for instance Captain Boomerang. His ultimate power is.......... a boomerang...... Really? That's the best they can come up with?
Or Slipknot, a villain focused specifically on making and tying of ropes.... What?
And then we have a few members that, while useful regarding their proficiency with their specific talents, aren't really villains: Deadshot, a mercenary; Rick Flag, a war veteran; Katana, a martial arts expert.
Now, I know this counterargument might come up. "But these are characters of the DC Universe who were chosen in the comics to be in the Suicide Squad. Fair enough, except that the membership within this team has been changed time after time over the years. You think the developers would have chosen more familiar or iconic villains to be on the movie adaptation of the Suicide Squad. Where's Two-Face, or Mr. Freeze, or Scarecrow? What about Poison Ivy or the Penguin? When I think Suicide Squad, I think a band of deranged crazies wrecking havoc in that classic, sinister fashion, even if they are in fact assisting the law instead of being against it. I only see one member, Harley Quinn, to deliver that hope. She will most likely steal the show, being the mascot, personality, comic relief, and central focus of the team, all in one. The rest will be overshadowed in their blandness.
My final issue is Will Smith. Just...... Will Smith. That is all.
Anyway, feel free to comment, everyone. I'd be interested to hear what others have to say regarding this upcoming film.


The original SS was, in part, a vehicle to dispose of old/unwanted/cliched/unpopular/stupid concept characters and perhaps give some obscure characters a shot, so to speak.

The Joker as leader of the SS? Even though he is inarguably one of the most cunning, iconic, original, and charismatic villains in the DC universe, he is WAY too uncontrollable.
There are already speculations that the Joker in SS is not the "real" Joker, but perhaps Jason Todd, the second Robin, supposedly killed by the Joker.

The Stalker and LaVeyan Inferno

The Unholy Black Empire of Buer the Demon wrote:The Joker as leader of the SS? Even though he is inarguably one of the most cunning, iconic, original, and charismatic villains in the DC universe, he is WAY too uncontrollable.


That's exactly why I think he should have been in charge. To me, it would have made for a fun twist that the members of the SS eventually betray their captors and escape, perhaps carrying out some dastardly sabotage in the process.

That will still likely happen.

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The Satanic Slavic Empire of LaVeyan Inferno wrote:That's exactly why I think he should have been in charge. To me, it would have made for a fun twist that the members of the SS eventually betray their captors and escape, perhaps carrying out some dastardly sabotage in the process.

I still like the idea of the Joker as nominal Leader of the Schutzstaffel :P

LaVeyan Inferno and Ingskalla

The Maddening Incomprehension of Zen Beatitudes wrote:I still like the idea of the Joker as nominal Leader of the Schutzstaffel :P


Ha, ha! I see what you did there.

Zen Beatitudes and Ingskalla

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