10 DC Comics Characters We’d Like To See In A Suicide Squad Sequel

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  10 DC Comics Characters We’d Like To See In A Suicide Squad Sequel


Modern DC fandom owes a lot to the DC Animated Universe of the ’90s and early ’00s. The continued adoration for DC’s interconnected cartoon universe is most plainly seen in the Suicide Squad’s most popular member, Harley Quinn, who debuted in “Batman: The Animated Series,” the DCAU’s first and most popular show. 



But Harley’s not the only character created by Bruce Timm, Paul Dini, and the rest of the artists and animators at Warner Bros. Animation to make an impact in the comics. “Superman: The Animated Series” introduced Leslie Willis, a shock-jock radio host based in Metropolis who antagonized Superman until she was struck by a lightning bolt infused with the Man of Steel’s essence. She became Livewire, a ghostly metahuman wielding immense power over electricity. Though Livewire hasn’t seen the same success as Harley in the years following her debut, Ms. Willis has made her way to the mainline DC comics universe and into several live-action shows, including The CW’s “Supergirl.”



An on-the-fly agitator like Livewire is a perfect fit for the middle-finger sensibilities of the Suicide Squad. As a character created in the late ’90s, when media firebrand Howard Stern dominated American talk radio, her original background would fit nicely with the group’s general dynamic, albeit with some updating for the age of Joe Rogan. Livewire could juggle lightning while ranting about “snowflakes” and “safe spaces,” like almost every other talk radio host these days.





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