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New team members, new direction, new creative team! After the shocking events of issue #19, the team returns to Belle Reve to lick their wounds and bury their dead—but when they find out what’s waiting for them at the prison, they’ll wish they were back out in the field! Plus: Who are the two killers Amanda Waller has recruited to shake things up, and what are their true motives for joining the team?

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Prison Psychology 0

I've been a very harsh critic of the New 52 Suicide Squad, partly because of what the did to Amanda Waller, but mostly because it just hasn't been very good. Occasional issues were actually all right, but plenty more were just awful. Not quite as much as Green Arrow, but this series was still far overdue for a creative team change. Lo and behold, this issue marks that change, and like Green Arrow, the new team has completely turned this series around in a single issue with a different and atmos...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Inside the Mind of a Villain.... 0

Ales Kot takes over the Squad this month and quite frankly I know nothing about him. I've heard good things so we shall see if he can turn around this lackluster book. This issue is an exercise for Amanda Waller to see how much it takes to psychologically break her team. She puts a few of them through the mental ringer to test their mettle. The results are unpredictable and pretty entertaining. We also see new team members in the form of Cheetah and Unknown Soldier and a surprise member. I think...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Suicide Squad #20 Review 0

***SPOILER FREE REVIEW***I wasn't sure what to expect from the new Suicide Squad creative team, as I had never read a comic produced by either writer Ales Kot (Change) or writer Partick Zircher (Cable & Deadpool, Shadowman). Luckily for us, newcomer Kot and veteran Zircher craft one of the most enjoyable issues of Suicide Squad yet.A title like Suicide Squad is never going to be considered a high-concept thought provoking Morrison-esque piece of writing. Rather, it should be a fun, energet...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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