Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s King Shark Voiced By WWE Wrestler Samoa Joe

Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League’s King Shark Voiced By WWE Wrestler Samoa Joe

The popular wrestler recently revealed his involvement with the Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League role through a social media update.

Yesterday was an exciting day for comic book fans, as the online DC FanDome convention debuted quite a few exciting announcements such as Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League and Batman: Gotham Knights. Today fans will have even more to be excited about — especially wrestling fans, thanks to a single tweet posted earlier today:

WWE wrestling Samoa Joe revealed that he will be voicing King Shark through this simple yet playful status update quote retweeting the official trailer for the upcoming Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League. From what we heard so far, he does a phenomenal job voicing the bruiser and bringing a nice level of sophistication to the role.

The latest from London-based Batman: Arkham Knight developer Rocksteady Studios, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League brings fan favorites like Harley Quinn, Deadshot, and Captain Boomerang directly to players’ fingertips for the first major video game production in the series.

While unfortunately for longtime DC video game fans, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League may not be the Batman: Arkham Knight sequel that many have been waiting for. But still, even as a unique property, I’m excited to see Suicide Squad finally make its way into the gaming space and in such a fun and comicbook accurate capacity. You can watch the debut teaser trailer below in case you missed it the first time.

During the same event DC also premiered the first trailer for the upcoming Batman: Gotham Knights title, which has been teased for quite some time. The trailer reveals that Bruce Wayne, or Batman as we truly know him as, has been caught in an explosion and died. A special message for the Bat Family confirms this, as well as the destruction of the Bat Cave. He also instructs them that Gotham will need them more than ever to watch over it and its citizens.

After that we see Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood, and Robin as they suit up and demonstrate their unique abilities and skills in combat. In the final moments we see more of the Court of Owls plotline that was previously teased.