Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has a group of easter eggs that could be pointing in the direction of the return of a personality regarded as completely gone.
Large spoilers forward for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.
As detailed by the YouTube channel Batman Arkham Movies, throughout Suicide Squad’s Metropolis you will discover varied calendar pages that look like hiding a secret message. There are twelve calendar pages in whole, one for every month of the 12 months, all of which have a specific date circled on them. On January’s web page, the quantity eight is circled, and in the event you take every quantity circled throughout the pages, and have them match to their corresponding letter within the alphabet (the eighth letter being H), you get the phrase: “He’ll return.”
Now, these of you who’re huge Arkham-verse followers would possibly shortly be pondering of Calendar Man, a little bit of a C-tier Batman villain who you possibly can meet in Arkham Metropolis, and had a small cameo in Arkham Knight. That may be a good assumption, given calendars are his entire factor, however on the ultimate web page for December, the final quantity is not circled, however has the bat-symbol on it as an alternative. This specific web page can also be present in Centennial Park, which for many who’ve seen the spoilers or gotten that far, is the place Batman meets his maker (i.e. dies). So it appears extra probably that it is pointing in the direction of his return.
Comedian books are clearly identified for killing off and bringing characters again on a regular basis, so it would not be the strangest factor on the earth, particularly contemplating that the multiverse was launched in Suicide Squad, together with a brand new tackle The Joker. Who is aware of what’ll find yourself occurring, it is a reside service recreation so we’ll discover out if it survives that lengthy. However within the meantime you’ll be able to learn our full evaluation of the sport, with Fran coming away from it feeling prefer it’s restricted by its video games as service aspirations, even when it does have plenty of soul.