Will SS be where the failed villains of the reboot go to die

#1 Posted by BlackArmor (6149 posts) - - Show Bio

The preview for Suicide Squad 6 is out and the first migrants from other books have been integrated into the team. Light and Lime new villians from Green Arrow's book have joind along with Savant the new villian first and last seen as a reject from SS #1. Green Arrow's first batch of new threats didn't go over to well, they annoyed me personally so much I dropped the book after issue 2, could DC be planning to use SS a team that in the new 52 has already gone through multiple members to kill off all their untried and failed villains from the larger DCU. If so we probably won't see great character's like Talon or Nobody there anytime soon but who do you think or hope will be sent to slaughter nest

here's the link: http://www.scribd.com/fullscreen/80288858

#2 Posted by BlackArmor (6149 posts) - - Show Bio

Oh come on, I know you all want some villain to die and here's your chance to rant about it, you know you want to

#3 Posted by ArturoCalaKayVee (12248 posts) - - Show Bio

I don't necessarily think DC is including these new 52 "failed" villains (though, I do think they are failed as well) so they can die and be forgotten but rather so they can expand become known within the DCnU. Fighting alongside Deadshot and the rest of the original new52 SS would be good for them

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#4 Posted by BlackArmor (6149 posts) - - Show Bio

@ArturoCalaKayVee said:

I don't necessarily think DC is including these new 52 "failed" villains (though, I do think they are failed as well) so they can die and be forgotten but rather so they can expand become known within the DCnU. Fighting alongside Deadshot and the rest of the original new52 SS would be good for them

This may be a good interpretation and some of the characters that weren't popular in there original books may become popular or at least liked by the writer and kept alive, still as much as I've been loving SS it's been a virtual meat grinder allot of characters come in that don't come out, so intentional or not the more non popular new villains that are sent in the more that will probably die

#5 Posted by BlackArmor (6149 posts) - - Show Bio

bump?

#6 Posted by MoodyKingMoron (137 posts) - - Show Bio

Suicide Squad has always included lesser-known Z-list characters. The whole point is to be a meat-grinder for villains that for whatever reason can't make the cut in mainstream titles. Its actually kind of interesting to see a couple of new villains get thrown in.

#7 Posted by Video_Martian (5645 posts) - - Show Bio

Not a bad idea, actually...

#8 Posted by DeathpooltheT1000 (12056 posts) - - Show Bio

You know thi is th Suicide Squad, lesser villains have always being part of the team, heck the best member are unfamous character in the mainstream.

#9 Posted by BlueArrow (256 posts) - - Show Bio

I love that idea!

That gives you lots of little crossovers with characters from different books. Like Light and Lime in Green Arrow. 2 stupid villains who joined suicide squad where they were given slightly more attention. And no spoilers but interesting stuff happens to them, making me want to read the first three issues of Green Arrow to see them before Suicide Squad

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