Like we said the other day, the Suicide Squad footage that premiered at Comic-Con really was stupendous. And after poring over it for a whole 24 hours, we’ve noticed lots of fascinating details and easter eggs. Here’s our complete breakdown of everything you might have missed.

And yeah, this footage really does look kind of badass. Still have some reservations about the Joker, and still feeling like DC could have made a bigger splash in Hall H last weekend—but there’s no question this footage is a winner, overall, now that I’ve watched it a bunch of times.

Here’s what we saw in this trailer.

Meet the Squad

Floyd Lawton, aka Deadshot, is a sharpshooter who never misses (unless he wants to). He’s a familiar character from Arrow, and here he’s played by Will Smith.

Guessing this is a flashback to when Lawton was still a civilian, possibly with his family. (Note the girl to his right.)

In most versions of the character, his estranged family is a major factor in his backstory.

Here he is going to work, with his cool enhanced mask and eyepiece.

Harleen Quinzel, aka Harley Quinn, is a nut with amazing acrobatic skills, and has an on-again, off-again thing with the Joker. She somehow rigged up an aerialist thing in her cell.

Here she is in her full getup.

And again!

Pretty sure this is Killer Croc, aka Waylon Jones (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), wearing a mouthpiece to keep him from biting anyone.

And here’s a way better look at him.

Here’s Enchantress (Cara Delevingne) bathing in black goop under a pentagram. She usually has magical powers, but she can’t always control them and they turn her psychotic.

More Enchantress.

This apparently is her origin story, where she first encounters some kind of mystical force that enabled her to turn into a murderous witch.

This is El Diablo (Jay Hernandez), who’s sometimes a good guy in the comics. Here, he seems sort of like a gang-banger.

Standing next to Deadshot there is Rick Flagg (Joel Kinnaman), who’s usually the one member of the Squad who’s a straight arrow—he’s their leader, tasked with keeping them from going off the rails. Good luck with that.

Here’s Rick Flagg with some kind of love interest. Not sure who. (Update: According to Cara Delevingne’s Instagram, that’s her in this shot with him.)

This is Katana (Karen Fukuhara) with her magical sword that sucks out people’s souls and stores them in its blade. She’s sort of a hero, too, but has gotten stuck with the Squad for some reason.

Here she is without her mask. Seems like she’s trying to put the sword away.

Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney) is a sarcastic Australian whose gimmick is right there in his name.

And here’s Slipknot, whose power involves rope.

The actual leader of the Squad (as opposed to the figurehead Rick Flagg) is Amanda Waller (Viola Davis), who’s the most ruthless character in the DC Universe. Great lines here include “I put them in a hole, and then threw away the hole.” She’s an expert at getting people to do things they don’t want to... or so she claims.

That’s probably General Wade Eiling, who has a tendency to turn evil in a lot of stories. He becomes the Shaggy Man, or tries to gain superpowers some other way. He’s usually a nasty piece of work.

And here’s Belle Reve, the maximum security prison where the superpowered crazies are thrown away by Amanda Waller, who watches them from a high walkway.

Random Costumed Crazies

This appears to be one sequence where people dressed as babies, eyeball heads, goatheads, pandas, and fake Batman attack a facility of some sort.

Guessing these guys work for the Joker? Note the lab coats and institutional setting.

Here it looks almost industrial.

Yay fake Batman!

The Squad’s First Mission

Appears to be in London. (Update: Commenters point out it’s actually Toronto, where this movie is filmed.)

Toronto is a dark and dangerous place, full of menace.

Attacking some kind of office building

Guessing it doesn’t turn out so hot.

Prison Riot

This movie is rumored to feature (and possibly end with) some kind of riot and jailbreak. Note the guards with riot shields.

Certainly looks like Harley is getting one over on the guards.

Looks like El Diablo is doing something involving fire and water

And then getting flushed out a pipe

The Joker

Considering this movie isn’t really about him, there’s a lot of the Joker in this trailer. He’s definitely bringing a certain wacky menace to it.

Someone is leading the Joker into what looks like the same facility the costumed crazies were attacking.

The Joker and Harley drive off, with Batman on top of their car. Possibly a flashback? Also probably the only time we see Batman in this film.

This is widely assumed to be the moment when the Joker turns the innocent therapist Harleen Quinzel into the psychotic Harley Quinn—which could be pretty hard to watch.

I’m just guessing it’s Harley that he’s telling how he’s going to hurt her real, real bad.

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