Secret Six #30

    Secret Six » Secret Six #30 - Suicide Roulette, Part One of Two: Like a Star on the Horizon released by DC Comics on April 1, 2011.

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    It's part 1 of the 2-part Doom Patrol vs. Secret Six rematch you've all been waiting for! (Well, some of you. Well, Robotman seemed pretty heated up about it, anyway…) The battle starts here, and then continues over in DOOM PATROL #19!

    Two Weeks ago- Eric Fine's stepfather Kevin has given him twenty-four house to be out of his house. This would mean the 21 year old might have to sleep on the streets, if not for a package from his deceased grandfather, which contains a DVD explaining how he was now willing Eric a particle cannon, four mistresses and three billion dollars.

    Twelve days ago- Kevin comes home to Eric sitting in the dark. After Eric's gloating, he shoots his stepfather dead.

    One week ago- Kevin shows up to his friends basement during one of their weekly D&D games. He explains that he is now starting a super villain organization called C.R.U.S.H. and their first order of business is to a build a base in the volcano on Oolong Island.

    Twelve hours ago- Scandal Savage and Liana Kerzner try to set Bane up on a date with Spencer, a girl at Superiors Gentleman's Club, but Bane nearly kills a man and the three need to leave quickly. But not before Spencer asks Bane for a second date.

    Now- Robotman is fishing in a stream on Oolong Island when he is surrounded by his Doom Patrol teammates. He explains he is there trying to catch one of the Chief's bio-accidents. But the team is ambushed by the Secret Six, who were hired by Eric, to kill the Doom Patrol so he could take over the island.

    While the two teams are fighting Eric sends in his team to set a bomb in the volcano and when it blows it look like the end of the Doom Patrol and the Secret Six.



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    Review: Secret Six #30 0

    When a slacker inherits a criminal mastermind's empire, his first move is to hire the Secret Six for a job targeting the Doom Patrol.  The Good I'll tip my hat to Simone for making moral ambiguity so outrageously fun in this series. The Secret Sixes were at eachother's throats only a couple issues ago and, now that they're working together, I don't know whether to root for them or my cult favorites, the Doom Patrol. It's tough act to balance a cast this big, yet she gives all 18 or so capes in...

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    An Absolute Riot... 0

    I've been wanting to jump onto the Secret Six train for some time.  I know all about the wonderful writing of Gail Simone, and for all the villain-centric books that both DC and Marvel, this is the title that people consistently laud as a must-read.   Unfortunately, the book's popularity means that my comic shoppe is almost always running out of back-issues of Secret Six, leaving me searching for a decent point to jump on.  With Secret Six #30, I decided the start of a new story-arc was good eno...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    A Good Issue of Secret Six And A Good Issue of Doom Patrol 0

    Secret Six gets off to a strong start on its crossover with Doom Patrol as Gail Simone unsurprisingly captures the voices of the quirky guest team as well as her own quirky team.  Bringing these two teams into conflict is the rise of an appropriately bizarre new villain. At first glance, the sudden rise of this young new gangster seems far-fetched, but stripped of all his distracting eccentricities, he is really just a punk who has had all his villainous resources gift-wrapped and dropped in his...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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