The storyline of current Suicide Squad gives importance to a particular interpretation of the former Dr. Harleen Quinzel as a dedicated-yet-flawed medical professional. Harley Quinn is applying psychiatric investigation to her Suicide Squad teammates, who all tend towards unpredictable violence — just like her.
The Suicide Squad, is a team of DC Universe “villains” assembled by the U.S. government to perform extremely dangerous missions. The squad is send on a road trip across Australia to locate their rogue member Captain Boomerang ,and Harley makes a decision to complicate the mission with her special brand of behavioral analysis plus aggressive chaos.
The author Tom Taylor with artists Daniel Sampere and Juan Albarran is exploiting the group’s important divisive dynamic, that’s, mutual mistrust. Harley tells Deadshot that she is an extremely skilled psychiatrist and she will subtly extract the reality from them. It seems,that Harley’s model of “subtlety” is to subdue Lawton and Osita with ether and shackle them in restraints for questioning.
Harley also demonstrates that these types of “strong, silent sorts” will need intense treatment to break by and get them opening up. She also admits it’s a person lesson discovered in her prior life that their new leader Lok couldn’t maybe grasp, due to the fact he is an overconfident narcissist.
Harley is mixing therapeutic jargon with erratic violence which is not a good healthcare exercise, but this is acceptable to the spirit of the Suicide Squad.
The ongoing Suicide Squad sequence performs up a very similar trope, showcasing the paradox of hinged and unhinged which might be the character’s most endearing aspect. Her self-assessment is that, she is really perceptive. Suicide Squad #4 is available now at the comic guide stores.