Pop! Obsession: ‘The Suicide Squad’ Funkos Include Harley Quinn, Peacemaker, King Shark, & More

The first wave of Funkos for James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad are here, and already it’s more than we got for the 2016 movie. Eight figures are available for preorder now, including multiple versions of the team’s most popular supervillain, Harley Quinn, and one of its team leader, Rick Flag. Others including Ratcatcher II with her little rat Sebastian, Polka-Dot Man, King Shark, Peacemaker, and two versions of Bloodsport.

Harley Quinn comes in two different types, one in a battle suit and another in a damaged dress. The Amazon exclusive has the clown queen of crime in an undamaged dress.

The basic version of Bloodsport comes with a helmet, clenched fists, and a monstrous face that looks nothing like star Idris Elba. If you want to see him without the helmet, that figure is a Funko Shop exclusive.

I hate this, because I want them all but especially that Peacemaker! It’ll look cool against the WWE ones I have of him, too.

All of these are available for pre-order now. We highly recommend our friends at Entertainment Earth and Amazon for your Funko Pop! buying needs! Any commission that we earn from purchases through our affiliate links goes back into the site. We are a small group and every little bit helps. Thank you so much for all of your support!

The Suicide Squad Harley Quinn Bodysuit Pop! Vinyl Figure

The Suicide Squad Harley Quinn Damaged Dress Pop! Vinyl

The Suicide Squad Ratcatcher Pop! Vinyl Figure

The Suicide Squad Peacemaker Pop! Vinyl Figure

The Suicide Squad King Shark Pop! Vinyl Figure

The Suicide Squad Polka-Dot Man Pop! Vinyl Figure

The Suicide Squad Rick Flag Pop! Vinyl Figure

The Suicide Squad Bloodsport Pop! Vinyl Figure

Harley Quinn Dress Amazon Exclusive

Travis Hopson
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