Bronze Tiger1/11Probably the most interesting member of the original Squad who didn’t make the movie, the Bronze Tiger is a fascinating inner-city parallel of Batman. At the age of ten, he killed a burglar with a kitchen knife and unleashed a murderous rage that would haunt him for his entire life. The Tiger traveled the world, becoming one of the DC Universe’s most gifted martial artists. In the Squad, he’s there of his own free will, knowing that Waller’s missions will give him the opportunity to use his training in ways that will help the U.S. government.<><> Whether you liked it or not, you can’t deny that Suicide Squad made a pile of cash for Warner Brothers. The slightly lighter tone was a relief from the grimdark that’s been the trademark of the DC Cinematic Universe, and although the plot was a disaster and the special effects lousy, some great performances from Will Smith and Margot Robbie stood out.So, because any movie that makes a fair amount of money gets a sequel, we can safely predict Suicide Squad II: 2 Suicide 2 Squad will hit theaters sometime in 2018. While Deadshot, Harley Quinn, and Captain Boomerang will obviously make their way back, the whole point of the Squad is that members are pretty much disposable.We read every single Suicide Squad comic DC ever published to come up with our list of 11 picks for the next batch. This list only includes characters who served with Task Force X in the comics, because we care about the source material. Not that we want to see any of these men and women end up with a bullet in their brains, mind you. But that’s just life in the Suicide Squad.