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80,000 ordinary people vs. the Squad! Well, they're not really "people." Not anymore. With an entire sports stadium on lockdown following the outbreak of an unknown virus, Deadshot, Harley Quinn and the rest of the Squad must sneak past a military perimeter and fight their way through the infected to retrieve... "it." What is "it"…? Brace yourself for a stomach-churning reveal as the most brutal version of the Suicide Squad soldiers on! Plus: Bring a body bag – it's the team's first Squad fatality!

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If they want brains, you will be safe 0

This issue is not bad, it just could have a been better in parts.  The main problem here is the scripting, the story heads off into different directions, some of which are good some of which are pointless.  The main plot with Deadshot and Voltaic is pretty well held together, but when Black Spider and Harley head off on their own, he brings up a point which I as the reader also had, that being of why exactly is Harley here.  She is of course a dangerous person but on this team all she has done t...

8 out of 9 found this review helpful.

Not Exactly a Touchdown 0

This might just be my personal tastes, but I have always liked the darker heroes and am always intrigued when heroes take lives. This team is much like Marvel's current Thunderbolts team, but more black ops. Not only does the team comprise convicted criminals, it also tries it's best to keep the team out of sight. The premise of this book seems exciting to me. The execution however falls short of what could be spectacular.This particular issue puts our "heroes" in a live field mission. The missi...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The Team Lead By Amanda Er 0

The Good: Just like how Harley was the main focus of the last cover and probably the best spotlighted, Deadshot subtly takes control of the cover as he more directly takes command of the team and this issue. Deadshot's inner monologue is pretty good as we see him analyze this scene from his cold distant perspective. ONE of the 2 artist on this series is fantastic. I love all the pages done by them. Black Spider's really grown on me, he's a surprisingly fun character to read, and his costume is a...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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