Read El Diablo - requested from the story Suicide Squad - Imagines by melli_ (Mel) with reads. katana, suicidesquad, junemoon. hier ist eine Oneshot. V.l.n.r.: El Diablo (Jay Hernandez), Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney), Killer Croc (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie). Suicide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo | Various | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon.
Suicide Squad: El Diablo sollte den Endkampf gegen Incubus überlebenRead El Diablo - requested from the story Suicide Squad - Imagines by melli_ (Mel) with reads. katana, suicidesquad, junemoon. hier ist eine Oneshot. Suicide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo | Various | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Im Endkampf opfert sich El Diablo, um Incubus über einer Bombe festzuhalten. Im Kampf gegen die Enchantress hingegen unterliegt das Suicide Squad.
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Ein Suicide Squad El Diablo, sagt Suicide Squad El Diablo. - SchauspielJay Hernandez verkörpert El Diablo.
He mourns his actions. Finally he uses his powers to save the rest of the team from Enchantress ' minions thanks to Deadshot. El Diablo helps the Squad resist Enchantress's illusions of what they want most if they surrender.
He sacrifices himself to defeat Enchantress's powerful brother, turning into his Aztec fire demon form to overpower and hold the enchantress's brother in the blast radius of a powerful military bomb.
The Chato Santana version appears as a background student in DC Superhero Girls. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Without beating around the bush, El Diablo sees dead people. A lot of them. Given his sin-seeing gifts, this shouldn't be much of a surprise.
He can crossover, like a spirit with a passport. Nothing is hidden from him as he interacts with the living, the dead and the in-between on a constant basis.
It's hard to read about El Diablo's supernatural horse without hearing Brick , steward of the Channel 4 News Team. Still, creators Jai Nitz and Phil Hester weren't messing around when they gave their El Diablo a flaming whip and hellfire pistols that are only able to kill the most egregious of sinners.
His heaven horse actually has a name: Sombra. El Diablo may turn out to be one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse, riding his supernatural steed through flames as he combats the enemies of Chutriel.
While at Belle Reve, El Diablo grows into his new role as a federal mercenary. Amanda Waller quickly inducts him into the Suicide Squad, and El Diablo establishes himself as a vital part of the team.
Unlike many of his compatriots, he isn't a mindless thug. El Diablo may literally run hot, but at least in the comics, he isn't one to start a riot.
When he joins Belle Reve, tensions are at an all-time high, and inmates are looking for an excuse to rumble. When the duo are surrounded by the increasingly violent prisoners, however, El Diablo second guesses his initially peaceful advances.
While using his flames to create a diversion for Deadshot to run to safety, El Diablo urges the prisoners to stop fighting, but they beat him over the head with a crowbar.
Killer Croc : At least I know it's a sewer. Harley Quinn : Oh, I get it. You hate mankind much? Let me guess. Mommy didn't take you to Chuck E.
Cheese on your sixth birthday. I can recommend a good therapist. Diablo : Why? Harley Quinn : Because I'm bored! I need a victim, a mind to pry apart and spit in.
Diablo : Just leave it, mate. She's a rabbit hole. Don't fall in. Deadshot : You gonna fight with us?
Diablo : What if I lose control? Deadshot : Then maybe we'll have a chance. Diablo : And neither can you! Harley Quinn : He married me!
El Diablo Suicide Squad fans rating 9. About Him Living GET STARTED. Having crossed the line in anger, Chato surrendered to the police, and refused to do evil ever again.
As his time with the Squad continued on through multiple issues, his faith, unwavering humility and questioning of senseless killing - not to mention his overriding guilt - defined a new take on the character.
And even if David Ayer came to fold elements of each of these stories into his version for Suicide Squad , his villain walks in the shoes and storyline of the New 52 Chato.
When she returns with Rick Flag and the bomb she's supposed to use to blow up the 'non-human entity,' none of them are aware that the entity is her brother - or that she's about to try to kill them.
Those who've seen the film already know that the origin story offered by Santana Hernandez is a close version of the above scene.
But instead of killing innocent women and children by letting his anger and lust for revenge cloud his mind, the movie's version actually has Chato kill his own wife and children in a fit of rage.
That honor goes to the fact that the powers and burden of 'El Diablo' are no longer a curse encountered, but one that has followed Chato his entire life.
He admits as much in the film, revealing that this curse from Hell itself has been with him all his life, but he has resisted using it for most of his years.
But the true combination of this long and winding history comes to a head when El Diablo decides that he has no choice but to fully embrace this curse, using all the power within him to help kill the villainous Incubus - brother to Enchantress.
So even though audiences were promised a story of the "worst heroes ever," what they got was an ancient Incubus pulled right out of the original "Suicide Squad" run, doing battle with the impressive, physical form of the spirit of vengeance that's been cursing the DC characters known as 'El Diablo' since the s.
Screen Rant Editor Andrew Dyce was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.