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Batman: Gotham City Chronicles Season 2 had 3 large boxes. The Suicide Squad box is the first one I'm tackling. The cover has Deathstroke and Harley Quinn but she's not in the box (she got two sculpts in the first season) and he doesn't have quite the same outfit on as his figure. Ah well. The Suicide Squad movie is....meh. The Director's Cut is better, but it is still a bit of a mess. The Justice League Unlimited episode Task Force X is a better representation of the team, though my favorite Suicide Squad show is Batman: Assault on Arkham. It is a straight to video movie that apparently ties in with the video game of the same name. Another good movie is Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, where they need to retrieve a "Get out of Hell Free" card for Amanda Waller. A nice little plot point is that if you die while holding it, you use it up, so killing the person holding it is pointless. It is a follow up to the Flashpoint Paradox, another great DC straight to video movie. (half) The Team: Amanda Waller, typically the mission giver for Task Force X/Suicide Squad. Nominally a good guy, though her depiction changes greatly depending on the needs of the story. Rick Flagg, also nominally a good guy, with the same caveat as above. Painted up like a classic GI Joe figure. Bronze Tiger, generally a good guy. Also more often 100% human instead of a man-tiger, at least in my limited interactions with the DC Universes. Deadshot. He was in the original B:GCC game, this is just a different pose. (previous model) Deathstroke. Another alternate pose for a figure that came in the core B:GCC game. (previous model)
B:GCC - Mission 13 "Suicide Escape" has two traditional Suicide Squad members attempting to flee prison. Kind of an interesting mission where the villains are passive until they aren't. They are basically meandering around the jail until they decide to pull the trigger and attack. Croc's left eye was not as well defined as his right, it was pretty annoying. He still came out pretty well though. I tried to make his trench-coat extra dirty. I had a tough time with Deadpool Deadshot because his color scheme is kind of all over the place. Or maybe better put, his outfits are all over the place, as he tends to have the same colors, just in different locations. And finding this outfit was nigh impossible. Still, I really like how he came out. His color scheme is very bright and really pops, especially when next to the drab, earthy Killer Croc. Not quite enough room for a full family photo this time, so the minions get put the the bottom. I'm not saying the color scheme is based off a football team near me, but I'm not saying its not...