Classic Outfits for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League Revealed

The classic outfits for Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League have been revealed, and we have descriptions and an image showing them all here!
Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League Harley Quinn Classic Outfit Smiling
Image: Warner Bros. Games

Warner Bros has revealed the classic outfits for the main crew in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. They look pretty cool and are a great homage to how the characters looked when they were revealed. Although, I feel like everyone’s but Harley Quinn’s is a little campy.

You can get these classic outfits if you pre-order the game regardless of your console. You can also get their Rogue Outfits If you pre-order the PS5 edition of Suicide Squad: Kill The Jutice League.

We have a screenshot of the group in their classic outfits from the trailer below.

Suicide Squad Kill The Justice League Classic Outfits For Group
Image: Warner Bros. Games

Deadshot is wearing an incredibly campy red top and bottom. There is the notable superhero underwear over his pants and some iron weapons that connect to his hands. It’s red and yellow, with the yellow on his hands.

King Shark is wearing a blue wrestling leotard. There’s a choker collar with spikes on his left leg. You can see King Shark’s tattoos on his chest, as most of his upper body is revealed. There are also wristbands that look to be made of iron.

With a jester hood, black eye mask, and diamond accents, Harley Quinn wears her iconic court jester jumpsuit. A variation of this outfit appears in many of her adventures in comics. Fans of Batman The Animated Series know her by this outfit.

Captain Boomerang‘s classic outfit is from the Silver Age of comics. wears a blue long shirt that goes past his waist. He also has blue gloves, a blue hat, and gray-blue boots. His tights are black. There are also white boomerangs on his shirt. I know how it looks here but it looked much cooler in the comics.

Personally, I prefer the new outfits that the crew wears in the game instead of these. I am a comic fan but these outfits definitely looked a lot cooler in the comics than they do in the game. Not a slight to the developers, this is certainly true to form, but maybe comic books make things seem cooler than they are.

Jorge A. Aguilar

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