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The body count rises! Another Squad member falls – but not the way you might expect! Betrayal follows betrayal as Captain Boomerang joins the Squad in a smash-and-grab against the terrorist organization Kobra, and Harley Quinn shows why you should never, ever recruit Squad members from Arkham Asylum. Brace yourself for a last-page shocker the likes of which the Squad has never faced before!

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Consider me very focused right now 0

After four issues, the new version of the Suicide Squad wraps up the first story arc in this issue.  It was a bit of an effort to get here, but this is an entertaining enough issue.  By the time that Captain Boomerang showed up at the end of the previous issue it seemed as if things were heading downhill in this series, but he ends up being used here pretty well, facing off with Deadshot about how to handle the mission.  The team is still interested in getting the information they need about the...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

"We Don't Rank In Anyone's New World Order." 0

Synopsis  The Suicide Squad versus the terrorist group Basilisk! Another member of the team leaves!The Good   Check out that cover, I quite like the inky effect and the way those energy Boomerangs were done. Good work Ken Lashley!  I'm also pleased that Federico Dallocchio takes full pencilling duties, because I am a fan of his shadowy style (perfect for the characters he portrays!) He is able to keep on-model for all the characters as well as do some great realistic facial expressions (particul...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Secretive Suicide Squad 0

Adam Glass and Federico Dallocchio have surprised me with how incredible this series has been. Do they continue the shocks and awes in this issue?  THE GOOD: I really like the art. It's very clean and the lines are well established. I really like the coloring. It makes it look menacing and it makes the book feel like it should. Deadly. Now, the story is where I really like what happened. We get to see the Squad take a few good guys and then we come across a girl. Deadshot and Amanda Waller have ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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