Secret Six #17

    Secret Six » Secret Six #17 - Danse Macabre Part 2 released by DC Comics on March 1, 2010.

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    John Ostrander and Gail Simone continue their epic team-up that begins in SUICIDE SQUAD #67! Suicide Squad has taken capture of Deadshot, forcing him to rejoin their ranks. But the Secret Six doesn't see that happening any time soon!

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    Catfight! 0

    Now this was a good book but it did not make me jump through the roof like the Catwoman book that came out this week but it was still a really good read. I love Gail Simone she stole my heart with Birds of Prey I thought that woman could do no wrong after reading that series. When she took over the Secret Six I was ecstatic and she has done a wonderful job with them so far. My only problem with Simone is I do not like the way she writes Bane and that is one of the reasons Secret Six is not my f...

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    man! 17 and 1! 0

     Secret Six has had a briliant run. They have been my number one comic for a while, and i love every character involved (even though i used to hate about half of them).  but this.... this was bad.  The story was jumbled. A majority of the story was riding rather heavily on two rather crappy Black Lanterns. And all of the bits that would have been pretty awesome for the fans of the teams and characters where just glazed over.  the best part of this issue is easily the fight between Catman and Bro...

    1 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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