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Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay Trailer Puts The Worst Heroes Ever Back In Action

Another day, another suicide mission.

It's an exciting time to be a fan of DC Comics animation. Under the DC Universe Animated Original Movie label, Warner Bros. has spent the last 10 years producing more than two dozen adult-oriented adventures with its most famous comic characters, adapting some of the best stories the world of DC has to offer. 

This spring, the label is launching the first-ever Suicide Squad animated feature—and you can watch the trailer for the bad guys gone good team-up now.

The voice cast for Hell to Pay, announced a week ago, already revealed that the movie would be featuring a different lineup for the Squad than the 2016 live-action film. Now, you can check out the new version of the team in action.

Coming straight outta Belle Reve, the new iteration of the worst heroes ever once again features erstwhile psycho Harleen Quintzel, AKA Harley Quinn, Captain Boomerang, and Deadshot, joined this time by newcomers Killer Frost, Copperhead, and Bronze Tiger. Once again fitted up with bombs in their necks, they're all still working under the tutelage of Amanda Waller, who continues to be in the running for the worst boss of all time.

In addition to the six antiheroes of the "sqwad", Hell to Pay will also feature appearances from Poison Ivy, Vandal and Scandal Savage, the evil speedster Zoom, Two-Face, Enchantress, and other heroes and villains—though mostly villains. While he doesn't appear in the trailer, the spot does feature a distinctive Joker cackle, so it wouldn't be the biggest surprise in the world if DC's clown prince came through to rile everybody up, for grins and giggles.

Featuring the voice talents of Tara Strong, Christian Slater, James Urbaniak, Liam McIntyre, Billy Brown, Vanessa Williams, Kristin Bauer, Gideon Emery and more, Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay will be released on DVD, Blu-ray, and for digital download later this spring. 

Prior to the release of Hell to Pay, watch out for the release of Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, the first Elseworlds story to be adapted into a feature by DC, set for digital release on January 23 and physical release on February 6. You can check out the trailer for that 1800s-era alternate-Gotham adventure here.