The Brave and the Bold No30 [Sep 1959]
Arkham Origins IncidentEdit
In a cut scene at the end of Batman: Arkham Origins Amanda Waller can be seen talking to Deathstroke in his cell, offering him a job with the Suicide Squad. Deathstroke presumably accepted. This might be a hint for a new game, although Deathstroke has never been a member of the Suicide Squad inside the comics
Arkham Origins Blackgate IncidentEdit
Not long after the events of Batman: Arkham Origins, Amanda Waller arranges for a prison break and sends Catwoman into Blackgate in an attempt to recruit Bane into the Suicide Squad. Waller monitored the actions of Batman, Catwoman and all those who were involved in the breakout that night.
Despite Deadshot and Bronze Tiger being successfully abducted by Captain Rick Flag under Waller's orders, the mission was ultimately a failure as Batman was able to defeat Catwoman and recapture Bane.
Assault on Arkham IncidentEdit
Between Arkham Origins Blackgate and Assault on Arkham IncidentEdit
- Amanda Waller (Director)
- Deathstroke the Terminator (Possibly)
- Bronze Tiger
- Captain Rick Flag
- Oracle (Comics)
- Poison Ivy (Comics)
- Harley Quinn
- Killer Frost
- George Harkness/Captain Boomerang
- King Shark
- Black Spider
- DC writer and editor Geoff Johns confirmed in February 2012 that a video game based on the Suicide Squad is in development.
- In the post-credits of Batman: Arkham Origins, Amanda Waller recruits Deathstroke into the Suicide Squad, hinting at the "movie", Assault on Arkham.
- Several cutscenes in Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate implicate Amanda Waller and the Suicide Squad in the game's prison riot plot. Waller and Rick Flag Jr. are shown recruiting Bronze Tiger and Deadshot (who both feature prominently in the game as boss encounters) in the post-credits of the video game, which is another reference to Assault on Arkham.