John Cena will return in HBO Max’s Peacemaker spinoff show, and The Suicide Squad’s story and post-credits scene sets up how and for what reason he’ll be back. Among the many new augmentations to The Suicide Squad’s cast of characters is Peacemaker, real name Christopher Smith, and he’s quite possibly the most noteworthy individuals among the new Task Force X. Basically an outrageous Captain America, he’ll take the necessary steps in request to accomplish his distorted type of harmony.
In The Suicide Squad’s post-credits scene, it’s uncovered that Peacemaker is phenomenally still alive, in spite of having been shot in the throat (by means of a slug through a projectile) and bleeding out. How he endure is something the spinoff may well explain: while he’s a profoundly trained fighting machine and executioner, he doesn’t have any superpowers that would recommend he could live from a particularly twisted, not to mention get back to his previous brilliance. It is possible that he winds up being upgraded here and there, basically turning him into a super fighter (hammering home those Captain America comparisons). More pertinent, however, is that he’s still expected to assist with saving the world, with A.R.G.U.S. recruiting him indeed to manage another danger, who will probably be the main villain of Peacemaker.
Peacemaker is required to plunge into the person’s history, and keeping in mind that there’s definitely a bother for what’s to come later on, The Suicide Squad does likewise leave his past especially open also. Other than the person attributes that define him as far as his fighting capacity, there’s little uncovered about Peacemaker’s history to completely explain what ended up turning him into this individual. With The Suicide Squad intentionally focusing significantly more on the person’s present and setting up what’s next for him, then, at that point it does likewise mean the show can traverse various timelines or use flasbacks in request to show Peacemaker’s origins too.