DC Comics’ August titles to receive ‘The Suicide Squad’ variant covers

A line-up of DC's August comic book titles are set to receive variant covers inspired by ‘The Suicide Squad,’ a new film from Warner Bros. Pictures and DC.

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Task Force X is busting out of Belle Reve and into theaters and HBO Max on Aug. 6, 2021 but that’s not enough time in the sun for DC’s most dangerous.

They’re also breaking into your local comic shop this August, with an exclusive series of variant covers inspired by the upcoming movie from James Gunn and Warner Bros. Pictures. There’s not one, not two, but THREE covers featuring fan-favorite Polka-Dot Man, as well as other, lesser-known characters like Harley Quinn, Peacemaker, and King Shark. 

The full list of titles and artists include:

  • Batman no. 111, variant cover by Lucio Parrillo
    • On sale August 3, $5.99
  • Blue and Gold no. 2, variant cover by Jason Howard
    • On sale August 17, $3.99
  • Catwoman no. 34, variant cover by Steve Lieber & Marrisa Louise
    • On sale August 17, $4.99
  • The Flash no. 773, variant cover by Alan Quah
    • On sale August 17, $4.99
  • Future State: Gotham no. 4, variant cover by Dima Ivanov
    • On sale August 10, $4.99
  • Green Lantern no. 5, variant cover by Felipe Massagera 
    • On sale August 3, $5.99
  • Harley Quinn no. 6, variant cover by Riccardo Federici
    • On sale August 24, $4.99
  • Infinite Frontier no. 4, variant cover by John K Snyder
    • On sale August 10, $4.99
  • Infinite Frontier no. 5, variant cover by John K Snyder
    • On sale August 24, $5.99
  • The Joker no. 6, variant cover by Jonboy Meyers
    • On sale August 10, $5.99
  • Suicide Squad no. 6, variant cover by Jorge Molina
    • On sale August 3, $4.99
  • Superman son of Kal-El no. 2, variant cover by Sami Basri
    • On sale August 10, $4.99
  • Wonder Woman no. 777, variant cover by Will Murai
    • On sale August 10, $5.99

It’s a collection of the most degenerate delinquents in DC’s rogues’ gallery—and they’ve never looked better. 

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