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Why wait for the release of the movie Suicide Squad to let your supervillain side shine? Hot Topic‘s brand new fashion collection can help you feel like part of the unconventional comic book team whenever you want.
The new line includes 15 pieces, mostly inspired by DC Comics characters Harley Quinn and the Joker with some Katana items available as well. Ranging from jackets to dresses, the items appear to be a mix of clothes with designs inspired by the characters, and others are items we’ve seen appear on the characters themselves in what we’ve seen of the film.
Right now, the collection is available for preorder on Hot Topic’s website. According to the website, if you order during this period you’ll receive your pieces just in time for San Diego Comic-Con. With those pieces directly from the characters’ movie wardrobes, you can easily cosplay with the help of this line, especially if Harley Quinn fans add in some official hair dye.
The presale will end July 3, and the collection will be available online and in stores July 22 with plus-sizes only available online. You can see the rest of the line at HotTopic.com.
Lisa Granshaw reports on pop culture and geek fashion and is the founder of GeekFold. You can find her work on Syfy, Boing Boing, and Geek and Sundry.