Suicide Squad: Isekai – Trailer Talk

Suicide Squad: Isekai - Trailer Talk

Suicide Squad: Isekai – Trailer Talk

Warner Bros. and WIT Studio (Attack on Titan, Spy x Family) have come together to create ‘Suicide Squad Isekai’, an anime series focusing on Harley Quinn, The Joker and the Suicide Squad as they complete a mission in Isekai (Japanese term for ‘another world’).

While this was not a show I was expecting, an anime adaptation of the chaotic villain group is something that is welcomed. And it looks fantastic; the fight sequences are fast paced and incredibly well animated. Not only that but care has clearly been taken to ensure the dark humour and violence of the source material is still present. 



Despite being excited, there is also caution when it comes to this show; considering the 2018 anime film ‘Batman Ninja’ was a confusing and strange mess, there is a sense of wariness when approaching ‘Suicide Squad: Isekai’. 

But, with the production company behind two incredibly popular and fantastic animes producing, I’m still looking forward to ‘Suicide Squad: Isekai’. It was an unexpected but welcome surprise.

In the crime-ridden Gotham city, Amanda Waller, 
the head of A.R.G.U.S., has assembled a group of 
notorious criminals for a mission:
Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Peacemaker, Clayface and King Shark.
These DC Super-Villains are sent into an otherworldly realm 
that’s connected to this world through a “GATE”.
It’s a world of swords and magic where orcs rampage and dragons rule the skies
―― an “ISEKAI”!

Harley and others go on a rampage after 
arriving in ISEKAI but are captured by the Kingdom’s soldiers and sent to prison.
They only have 72 hours before the bomb on their neck explodes.
The deadline is fast approaching.
After negotiations with Queen Aldora, the condition for liberation was 
the conquest of the hostile Imperial army.
They have no choice but to throw themselves head-first into the front line of battle.

They run; they die. They lose; they die.
With their lives on the line, 
can Harley Quinn and The Suicide Squad survive in ISEKAI?

Brace yourselves for the pulse-pounding saga of
the elite task force known as the “Suicide Squad”
as they embark on a jaw-dropping adventure!
Let the PARTY begin!


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