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"Abort evac. Suicide Squad…you're on your own!"

After last issue's harrowing mission, the covert Squad must "disappear" until Task Force X can safely (and secretly) extract them from the field. Can a team of super villain soldiers maintain a low profile in a small town? Plus, another Squad member bites the dust – and King Shark eats a guy.

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Suicidal Actions 0

The Story: The Suicide Squad lay low until they can be extracted from the field but end up running into some trouble. My Thoughts:Suicide Squad was another series I hadn't expected to pick up and follow but to my surprise I ended up enjoying. This issue continues in exactly the way you would have anticipated which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Yes the series does seem to be sticking to a specific formula but it's still fun and exciting to read. This is certainly not for everyone and I could und...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Taking care of babies is harder than it looks 0

The downward spiral of the series continues here.  With the team having escaped the stadium, they now have to protect the baby who blood contains the antidote in a small town until evacuation can arrive.  Things start to get a little chaotic though when Wild Dog shows up looking to take the baby for his employers.  The story here is ok, though is isn't helped by the bouncing around between time frames.  The real problem with this issue is the characters and the way they interplay with one anothe...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Dog Will Hunt 0

Issue #3 features the squad trying to maintain a low profile while protecting the package they recovered in the previous installment. An enjoyable issue, but it doesn't do much to raise the bar back to the quality of issue #1.The Good1) This series could very well be titled Deadshot, since he's really the center of this team. That's not a bad thing if you like Deadshot at all.2) I feel like Harley was fleshed out a little more in this issue. Her interactions with Deadshot highlight the fact that...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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