New Suicide Squad #1

    New Suicide Squad » New Suicide Squad #1 - Pure Insanity, Part One released by DC Comics on September 2014.

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    The world has changed for Task Force X, a.k.a. the Suicide Squad. Director Amanda Waller no longer has the autonomy she once had. New members disrupt the team dynamic. And the team takes on an international scope. New members Joker’s Daughter, Deathstroke and Black Manta join Harley Quinn and Deadshot for a mission in the most dangerous and unpredictable place in the world: Vladimir Putin’s Russia!


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    Chronicles of a suicide 0

    I don't expect much from the Suicide Squad title. It just has to be entertaining, just like Secret Six. You're basically following a group of villains, with which you share very little and of whom you understand even less. So when I picked the New Suicide Squad, I was simply looking for a fun read, something that would put the fun back into villains, a light read not unlike some Birds of Prey, or the last Secret Six run. Unfortunately, there is very little fun in this title. The cover art is si...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    A new beginning for Taskforce X 0

    It isn’t easy writing a book for a villain, given their very nature most readers wont identify with someone who is for all intents and purposes, a psychopath. This is part of the reason we see a lot of Villain and Anti hero books fizzle out, now imagine how hard it must be to write an ongoing book with a team of them!GoodNew Suicide Squad is an example of this done properly, the characters consist of the likes of Harley Quinn, Deathstroke and Black Manta and what Sean Ryan does so ingeniou...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    avoid at all cost 0

    This is probably the worst graphic novel i have ever read. I much prefer the original Suicide Squad like Trial by Fire which has brilliant drawings. Sean Ryan should stick to Batman which is more suited to these dark themes. Only if you enjoyed the movie would you buy this. ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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