In 2009, Amanda Waller was ranked as IGN’s 60th Greatest Comic Book Villain of All Time, for whatever that’s worth!
I believe it was years ago when DC Comics relaunched/revamped a series of titles, including the Suicide Squad, which fanboys/girls protested because of one very significant change from before the series was revamped/relaunched - and that change was in the Amanda Waller character.
Words like "Fail" and "Radical" were been used to described Waller's makeover from, shall we say full-bodied, rotund, and not particularly *hot,* to a younger, rather svelte, although curvy and busty version. The argument there was that, in the past, fans felt it was great that a *normal* looking character appeared in a superhero Comic book; but, post-relaunch of the series, DC Comics caved into youthful expectations and, made the character blend in with the rest of the hard-bodied, slim-waisted, voluptuous, if unrealistic-looking hotties that rule comic book pages... in a nutshell.
So, I suppose Addai-Robinson is closer to the *new age* version of Waller, than the former.
The Suicide Squad episode of Arrow, written by Keto Shimizu and Bryan Q. Miller, is scheduled to air at 8 pm, March 19 on The CW.
Here's a better look at the team, courtesy of CBR: