General Eiling appears in 152 issues.
A former Marine and current member of the International Ultramarine Corps.
A high-level government bureaucrat with an almost completely classified record, Amanda Waller is the ruthless creator and director of Task Force X - better known as the Suicide Squad.
The wife of Nathaniel Adam (Captain Atom) and mother of Randy and Peggy Adam-Eiling.
Ben Turner, The Bronze Tiger, is one of the greatest martial artists in the DC Universe. He is often associated with the Suicide Squad, is good friends with Richard Dragon, and (in the New 52) he's a member of the League of Assassins and has something of a frenemy relationship with Deathstroke.
Heinrich Megala was a scientist employed by the United States Air Force.
Former Marine and current member of the International Ultramarine Corps.
An enemy of Captain Atom.
Lex Luthor, Superman's arch-nemesis, is one of the most brilliant men alive, whose hatred of "interfering aliens" pushes him down the path of a sociopath. Known for his "ends justifies the means" approach to life, his single-minded and often brutal focus puts him at odds with The Man of Steel. Luthor is arguably DC Comics' most iconic villain.
A dark reflection and wannabe replacement of Captain Atom, Clifford Zmeck has carved a career as a super villain. He gained notoriety as a bitter enemy of not only the good Captain, but Green Lanterns Hal Jordan, Guy Gardner, and Kyle Rayner.
By absorbing energy from an outside source, Multiplex can split himself into two or more separate beings, each possessing superhuman strength.
Wade is Peggy's step-father
A demolitions expert terrorist with explosive powers who fought Firestorm on occasion. Plastique would meet and marry Captain Atom for a brief time before being placed in the Suicide Squad.
Prometheus is a twisted mirror image of Batman. As a child he watched in horror as police slaughtered his criminal parents in a Bonnie and Clyde style shoot-out.
At their death, he swore from that day forward to annihilate "the forces of justice."
Rick Flag Jr., led the second incarnation of the Suicide Squad, or Task Force X.
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