ByMichael Davis, writer at Creators.co
Currently obsessed with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Lost and pop culture
Michael Davis

What if I could create my own Suicide Squad, made up of any character I want? I could come up with at least 10, each with their own specialty, but I'll keep it to 4 (Hmmm...maybe later)...

1. Clarence Boddiker (Robocop): Team Commander

Bitches leave...
Bitches leave...

You need a field commander to lead your elite squadron of baddies on a government mission. Clarence Boddiker from the original Robocop would be perfect in this role. He's ruthless, evil, and can see the big picture. Plus, he takes orders from higher-ups. Robocop did arrest him at one point in the movie, he just...disappears on his way to prison.

2. Deathstroke (Arrow): Ground Soldier

You have failed this city...
You have failed this city...

This armored baddie has a Japanese super-soldier serum coursing through his veins, Mirkauru. In the TV show Arrow, not played by Will Smith, he is an Australian Special Forces soldier who went off the deep end because of the drug. He became a mercenary and destroyed half of Starling City. ARGUS already has him in their secret black-site prison on Lianyu.

3. Bruce Banner/Hulk: Heavy Weapons

HULK SMASH!
HULK SMASH!

Similar to his role in Secret Avengers comics and Age of Ultron, Banner would be called in for a case of "Code Green," when things go really bad. He could be doped up until the time comes, then dropped from a helicopter when needed. And, if you're thinking, Hulk's a good guy, what about his actions in Age of Ultron--he destroyed downtown Wakanda? ARGUS and Amanda Waller aren't above using innocents to get what they want. Maybe they found him in the Avengers Quinjet, weak from a day of Hulking out.

4. Agent Smith (The Matrix): Computers/Technology

Goodbye, Mister Anderson...
Goodbye, Mister Anderson...

Essentially, Smith is a program. But he's a sentient program built by machines to regulate an artificial world. He can be kept on a smart phone, laptop, whatever, until he's needed to infiltrate enemy computers. Or give him an artificial body or meatsuit to have him fight, kung-fu style. Once again, he's just a program--the Matrix can cut-and-paste him somewhere else, like on our Suicide Squad.

What do you think?

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