Be the worst of the worst with these Suicide Squad wallpapers

Unless you've been living under a rock, it's been damn near impossible to avoid the Suicide Squad in the last few months — just watch the ridiculous set stories Comic Con remix I can't take off repeat. Suicide Squad is DC's answer to Guardians of the Galaxy and Deadpool, and while Suicide Squad wallpapers are harder to come by than the millions of Batman or Deadpool walls out there, we've got a bit of help this week in that the artwork for this film has been kinda incredible.

Let's get bad, shall we?

Harley Quinn by s2lart

We're bad buys, it's what we do!

Maybe it's the contrasting textures between the fishnets and Margot Roobie's sculpted legs or the subtle detailing like the symbols for each member under the logo, but this poster by graphic artist s2lart is phenomenal. You may not want to put it on your work phone, but this simple poster is a simple delight and I adore it on my home screen.

Harley Quinn by s2lart

Captain Boomerang by ColourOnly85

Fresh air and time off my sentence? Feel free to keep calling me up, love!

Captain Boomerang is rude, crude, and less useful on the squad than most of the super-powered members roped into the mission at hand, but he serves up a lot of humor and attitude in a dark, dark film that's gonna need a lot of both. And his trademark swagger is being delivered by Aussie actor Jai Courtney, so bring him on. We'd join him for a beer... just lock up anything valuable or tossable first...

Captain Boomerang by ColourOnly85

Harley's Tattoo Parlor

I'll accept the consequences.

At SXSW this year, WB set up a fully-functioning tattoo parlor and offered free temporary and permanent tattoos for our favorite DC badasses. The film also tweeted posters featuring these tattoos, and their muted color pallette and brought a brilliant insight into each of the film's characters, even Enchantress and Rick Flag, who were left out of a lot of the film's promotional materials....

Harley's Tattoo Parlor

Amanda Waller

I am your consequences.

The brains behind Task Force X is a devious and possible souless woman by the name of Amanda Waller. In the words of her actress Viola Davis, Waller completely lacks remorse, and is 'ready to pick up a gun and shoot anybody at will'. This is a stone cold killer and a master tactician, frequently going toe-to-toe with Batman and other brilliant minds throughout the DC universe in the name of control and good old American dominance.

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Official Suicide Squad Posters

All that chit chat's gonna get'cha hurt...

Suicide Squad has a lot of characters to fit on their posters, so they've given everyone (except Waller, sadly) their own acid-washed stylized skull poster to rock with their own distinct flair. While the colors may make you feel like you dropped acid when you look at your phone, you can't deny they're powerful designs and remind us that while in other superpowered movies there are people we consider 'safe'... no one is safe in a Suicide Squad movie.

Suicide Squad Posters

What Suicide Squad member do you roll with? Are you looking forward to catching Suicide Squad in theaters tomorrow night? Who else misses Harley's old costume?! Sing out in the comments, and excuse me as I go put Sucker for Pain (opens in new tab) on a loop. Again.

Ara Wagoner was a staff writer at Android Central. She themes phones and pokes YouTube Music with a stick. When she's not writing about cases, Chromebooks, or customization, she's wandering around Walt Disney World. If you see her without headphones, RUN. You can follow her on Twitter at @arawagco.

  • The reviews for this movie are coming in and it doesn't look good Posted via the Android Central App
  • Are you surprised? Posted via Techmology
  • Nah DC can make batman, that's about it. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I don't even particularly care for the live action Batman films, but the DC animated movies are good as ****. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I haven't been to pleased by any of the trailers they released. although I haven't read a suicide squad comic so I don't know how the "team" dynamic is supposed to be. although I do like the MoS and BvS but I know I'm in the minority here lol and superman is my favorite DC character so yeah Posted via HTC 10
  • Here's the thing with comic adaptation reviews. There's always going to be someone who reviews it based off the spruce material and they forget the limitations of film and time constraints. They can't fit everything not standard movie time, no can they make everything that happens in a comic happen. Watch it yourself and make your own opinion Posted via the Android Central App
  • Except non critics are saying the movie is good. I'll trust average Joe's over movie critics Posted via the Android Central App
  • Love the joker one. Can't wait for this movie tomorrow
  • Nice job. My kids are begging for a team valor theme w icons etc. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Pokémon themes are in the pipeline
  • I love you :) Posted via the Android Central App
  • That Harley Quinn one is pretty hot! Posted via the Android Central App on the Samsung Galaxy S7
  • Wait for the full theme, lol!
  • A full theme? I'm intrigued! Posted via the Android Central App on the Samsung Galaxy S7
  • It is!
  • If only the movie was good/decent #TeamFrosty Nexus 6P
  • I'm sad about the reviews, but I did enjoy Batman v Superman even though the critics didn't like it so I'm not going to put much stake in the critics review of Suicide Squad. Posted via the Android Central App on the Samsung Galaxy S7
  • Exactly!
  • Non critics are saying it's good. I'll trust average Joe's before critics Posted via the Android Central App
  • I'd like to know what those black icons are. Anyone know?
  • Zwart