Suicide Squad #24

    Suicide Squad » Suicide Squad #24 - Excuse the Mess... released by DC Comics on December 2013.

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    A FOREVER EVIL tie-in! Belle Reve has been turned to rubble and the inmates are on the loose! Alone, Amanda Waller must fight her way out and form a new Suicide Squad! Or is a new team already in place?

    The Crime Syndicate has turned off the power to most of the Earth, but has left Belle Reve with power so that the prisoners could do what they wish. Amanda Waller, holds herself in a safe room and contacts Deadshot, and requests him to do one last mission. Make a team and retrieve a powerful weapon for her.

    Deadshot invites Harley Quinn and Captain Boomerang to join him and the fly out to the Rocky Mountains. Meanwhile, back in Belle Reve, the Thinker, has the prisoner build a devise for him and the Syndicate. James Gordan Jr. learns of the Thinker's plan and makes his own.

    Back in the Rocky Mountains, Warrant, Steel and The Unknown Soldier, meet up and plan on retrieving a weapon for Waller. They are soon joined by Powergirl and continue their assault on the military base.

    Steel, Warrant and The Unknown Soldier, soon come across, Deadshot, Harley and Boomerang attempting to to steal the OMAC. The groups prepare to fight, unknown to them that the one group had been hired by Waller and the other has been hired by The Thinker, disguised as Waller.


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    Pawns in the Great Game... 0

    The Story:Belle Reve is in shambles. Amanda Waller is stuck inside the prison and has a last ditch plan to free herself. However, she doesn't realize the Thinker has plans of his own.The Good:This issue is unpredictable in a very good way. Amanda Waller and the Thinker have both assembled teams to meet their goals and these two teams are about to collide in an explosive way. We also see agendas for James Gordon and King Shark beginning to take shape. This book features a wide variety of characte...

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    Suicide Squad #24 Rating 0

    Cover & Solicit - 4/5Would I pick-up or buy the comic based on the solicit or cover alone?Are the alternate covers appealing?Does the solicit and cover portray what happens in the issue?Do I like the artist's style on the cover?Art, Colors & Inking - 4/5- Weighted DoubleDo I personally like this artist's style?Does the artist stay true to the characters appearance?If there are multiple artists do they blend well and not disturb the reading experience?Does the coloring/inking blend well w...

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    Squad Baddies + Checkmate-Esque Espionage = A Wild Ride 0

    I rarely take the time to write reviews for New 52 books unless I really like them. No use wasting energy on negativity, right? So here I am, in full support of the direction that the Suicide Squad has been taking since Ales Kot took over; and now that he's left the title, I'm extending the kudos to new writer Matt Kindt.Based solely on the cover and a few solicits leading up to this issue, readers new and old alike will know that there's going to be a shakeup in the ranks of the Squad during Fo...

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