New DC Character Bigger than Thanos!?!

--------------------------------The Suicide Squad Spoilers ahead----------------------------------

If you haven't seen it already, then you're clearly missing out. James Gunn's new adaptation of The Suicide Squad has completely blown expectations out of the water. To be fair, the first Suicide Squad set the bar as low as it can be.... Nonetheless, The Suicide Squad was a masterpiece that deserves all the praise which it has been receiving. Spanning from the characters, plot, CGI, to even that goddamn Weasel; it was so good. I was on the edge of my seat for the entire film. If you even try to say Idris Elba and John Cena weren't terrific, then you know damn well you're a liar.

Getting to the point though... This isn't a recap blog for The Suicide Squad- This is to talk about the new character introduced. The character who made the film as good as it is, the best of them all, the wisest of them all...


Clearly the best member of The Suicide Squad and the personality of the group, King Shark blows this one out of water. Voiced by none other than Sylvester Stallone, the combo is just so fitting that it's perfect. With the real name of Nanaue, he stole the audience's heart as soon as he took to the screen. You could tell him to NOM NOM and he'll takedown anyone who's in his way. Being the heart throb that he is, he is the glue guy of The Suicide Squad and is the one the truly brings them closer and giving them the true feeling of unity and family which can be seen in the comics.

Side Note:

-Many online were talking about how Starro was a reference to Rick and Morty "Promortyus Episode", but Rick and Morty writers actually mentioned how that episode paid homage to the 1960 comic "Brave and the Bold: #28 (February–March 1960).

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