With less than two weeks to go before James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad lands in theaters, fan energy is at untouched high and has normally prompted various pieces of fan-art being created in anticipation, including one that fits the obscure DC scalawag Condiment King into the film. A pseudo-reboot/sequel to David Ayer’s Suicide Squad from 2016, The Suicide Squad sees Viola Davis’ Amanda Waller reform Task Force X with various new supervillains, alongside Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn, Joel Kinnaman’s Rick Flag, and Jai Courtney’s Captain Boomerang from the first film, to attempt a dangerous dark ops mission.
The fan-poster, designed by computerized artist SPDRMNKYXXIII, features the Condiment King in a person poster similar to those released for the various members of The Suicide Squad, with an explosion of burgers and wieners behind him. The poster features comic and host Chris Killian in cosplay as the “Princeof the Pickles” and “Sultan of the Sauce.” Killian also shared the poster on his Twitter labeling Gunn, asking, “Too late to film another post credits scene?” Check out he poster underneath:
Considering Gunn’s usage of Z-list supervillains in the film, including Polka-Dot Man, Javelin, and Savant, it’s surprising that there haven’t been more calls for Condiment King to show up. Perhaps some figure that Condiment King would be a step too far into the ridiculous, in spite of the fact that considering the new clasp that was released including Nathan Fillion’s The Detachable Kid (TDK), the person would find a way into the film impeccably. The person’s self-aggrandized persona absolutely matches with the ludicrous tone of Gunn’s film, as well as The Thinker’s mourn from The Suicide Squad’s green-band trailer that supervillains live their life as a zinger.
While little is presently thought about who will survive the film, or then again in case there are even plans for a third Suicide Squad film, it would positively be engaging to see Condiment King possibly show up in future, if by some stroke of good luck for the comedic esteem. Introductory reactions to The Suicide Squad have been predominantly positive, with many praising its action and spectacle, however fans will just must have to stand by to decide how well these Z-list supervillains do in their mission to save the world when The Suicide Squad is released on August sixth.