First Three Episodes Of Suicide Squad ISEKAI To Air On June 27

Suicide Squad ISEKAI release date

Suicide Squad ISEKAI has been making a lot of headlines with its character trailers until now. In a recent development, it has been officially confirmed that the first three episodes of the anime are going to launch on June 27 in the United States. And the fourth episode of the Suicide Squad anime will be launched on July 4, 2024 along with final (tenth) episode on August 15. Along with that, Warner Brothers Japan also shared a teaser trailer of the show.

Where to watch Suicide Squad ISEKAI anime?

You can watch the first three episodes of Suicide Squad ISEKAI on MAX and Hulu in the United States. If you are from Korea, then you have to head to Aniplus to watch the show. Fans from France can watch it on ADN. All the people from Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan can watch Suicide Squad Anime on HBO GO. It will be released in Japan on July 6 at 12:30 AM. If you are hailing from Japan, then you can watch the show on platforms like ABEMA, U-NEXT, and Anime Hodai.

Suicide Squad ISEKAI release date schedule for all episodes

EpisodeRelease Date
1,2,3June 27, 2024
4July 4, 2024
5July 11, 2024
6July 18, 2024
7July 25, 2024
8August 1, 2024
9August 8, 2025
10August 15, 2024

Basic plot of Suicide Squad ISEKAI

As described by Warner Brother Japan, Suicide Squad will be based on the notorious DC villains – Deadshot, King Shark, PeaceMaker, Harley Quinn, and Clayface. They are transferred to an unknown realm that is connected to the real world through a gate. And the new world is full of dragons, swords, and, of course, magic known as ISEKAI. Harley Quinn and their squad get captured by the Kinndom’s soldier as soon as they make an arrival. Now, they only had 72 hours until the bomb implanted in their necks exploded. However, they strike a deal with Queen Aldora and have to defeat the hostile Imperial Army in order to save their own lives.

What follows is a high-octane journey filled with the Suicide Squad joining the battlefield and putting their lives on the line. Until then, have a look at our take on Studio Ghibli’s latest spectacle, The Boy And The Heron.


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