The Suicide Squad starring… an Adafruit Coin Cell Breakout ! #TheSuicideSquad @SuicideSquadWB
A whole bunch of folks sent this in (thank you!). The Suicide Squad featured an Adafruit Coin Cell Breakout ! Pictured above, King Shark holding a cute little explosive figurine (Adafruit does not condone using explosives for evil).
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Probably going to 3D print with some flexie-filament a Starro and pop one of our Hallowings on it too.
Update: 8/16/2021 – a bunch of folks sent this video in! Thank you!
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