Hot Topic's Suicide Squad collection is ridiculous.

Hot Topic Has a Clothing Line Inspired by Suicide Squad, And Its Outrageous

Hot Topic Has a Clothing Line Inspired by Suicide Squad, And Its Outrageous

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Slate's Culture Blog
Aug. 5 2016 5:25 PM

Hot Topic Has a Clothing Line Inspired by Suicide Squad, and Its as Outrageous as You Might Imagine

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Now you too can look like a deranged punk babydoll.

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Hot Topic and Suicide Squad seem like a match made in heaven—after all, who better to market the movie’s dingy bubblegum-grunge aesthetic to teenagers than the store where every goth middle-schooler shops for clothes? Nevertheless, Hot Topic’s Suicide Squad collection contains some pretty bizarre finds among all of the Harley Quinn and Joker-inspired couture. For instance:

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Hot Topic

"Puddin" cuff bracelet set
$12.90
People who don’t get the reference will just assume you have a side job as a pastry chef (and are bad at spelling). It’s a win-win!

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Studded gun holster
$16.90
Yes, the product description specifies that this is meant for a toy gun and fake ammo. But: still.

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Hot Topic

Harley Quinn seatbelt
$26.50
Does not come with Harley Quinn’s other must-have driving neccessity, unfortunately.

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Hot Topic

Daddy’s Little Monster sweater
$49.90
This shirt is doubly creepy when you know that the “Daddy” being referred to is the Joker himself. Don’t forget the matching ball cap, locket, wallet, purse, and … hairbrush?

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Hot Topic

Harley Quinn and the Joker #relationshipgoals rubber bracelet two-pack
$7.00
Yes, nothing says #relationshipgoals like the tortured pas de deux between a deeply troubled woman and her abuser.

Worst of all, Hot Topic’s collection is missing the one Suicide Squad–related article of clothing we really do want: Jared Leto’s lime-green, double-breasted dream coat.

Marissa Martinelli is a Slate editorial assistant.