With E.C.H.I.D.N.A. in hand the team as decided to relocate to Madrid and setup operations for the League. However, before they can start their new job they will need to make a stop in Boston to deal with Andy’s daughter.
The Squad has betrayed their masters and thrown in with the League of Shadows. There is only one problem; S.H.I.E.L.D. still holds E.C.H.I.D.N.A. and until he’s free the Squad never will be.
The Squad is sent to Chicago on the Janus Directive, a special protocol enacted by the government to eliminate the most powerful superheroes in the world in the event they go rogue. Their orders are clear; Kill the Batman, or die trying.
After returning to the Vault from a mission in rural Idaho the team is forced to face the choices they made when they meet the Squad councilor, Dr. Niles Caulder. While coming to terms with their situation the Squad also must take a look at their past for clarity in how they got here in the first place.
After taking out Baron Zemo, returning the Amazons to the control of Selene, and coming to an agreement with Deadshot, the Squad packs up and prepares to trek through the jungles. With a two-day trip ahead they have plenty of time to get to know each other, and learn a bit about the Suicide Squad from Deadshot.
Recruited by Amanda Waller for the newly reformed Task Force X, or Suicide Squad, a half-dozen of society’s worst are deployed to South America to track down and eliminate the notorious Deadshot, who’s plotting the assassination of Brazil’s President.
Amanda Waller wants to repopulate Task Force X. There is only one catch; She need’s Nick Fury to sign off on it. In order to convince Director Fury that TFX is still worth S.H.I.E.L.D.’s time she’ll first need to convince him that this new batch of convicts are worth cutting deals with. To do that, the new recruits need to be tested.