Entertainment Weekly breaks down the Suicide Squad in these character photos

David Ayer's SUICIDE SQUAD hits in just under a month's time, and Entertainment Weekly's latest issue will cover the roster of colorful characters. In case you need a refresher course, or just want to see the Squad in a line-up, then you might enjoy this mini-breakdown of sorts courtesy of Entertainment Weekly that features some character details and mugshot-style pictures! Are we all ready for this film or what?!?

An assassin-for-hire by day, a concerned dad by night, Deadshot is one conflicted baddie who enjoys the hunt but is still trying to do right by his young daughter.
Jared Leto's Joker is different than any we've seen before—less theatrical than Jack Nicholson, more unhinged than Heath Ledger—but no less psychotic. Despite all his power, this Clown Prince of Crime is having difficulty reuniting with true love Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie)—a rift that has left him agitated and...well, slightly sad.
The manipulative psychiatrist-turned-obsessive-in-love Harley Quinn unites the squad as much as she messes with their minds.
Don't screw with U.S. intelligence officer Amanda Waller. Ambitious and devious, she has big plans, and no meta-human or military protocol is going to get in her way.
Rugged, unpredictable, and mouthy, this explosive Aussie seems up for anything, especially a cold beer.
The all-business leader of the Suicide Squad executes Amanda Waller's orders—though he may not always agree with her goals or methods.
Flag's sword-wielding No. 2 has a strong moral code even as she still mourns the death of her husband.
Cannibalism aside, this resident of the Belle Reve prison sewer is quite the team player, especially when water is involved.
The monastic monster has squelched his fire-conjuring powers to a solitary flame as penance for the horrors he inflicted on those he's loved.
It doesn't seem fair that a witch this menacing would possess a vessel as sweet and pure as archaeologist June Moone.
The rope master uses his indestructible twine to get himself out of all kinds of tangles. If only he was as good with authority figures.

SUICIDE SQUAD hits theaters on August 5, 2016.



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