Suicide Squad #6

    Suicide Squad » Suicide Squad #6 - The Hunt for Harley Quinn, Part 1 released by DC Comics on April 2012.

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    “The Hunt for Harley Quinn” starts here! After causing a prison riot and escaping an “escape-proof” supervillain penitentiary, the maniacal Harley Quinn is on the loose! The race is on as Deadshot – leading an all-new Suicide Squad – tracks his former teammate as Harley hunts the love of her life: the Joker! Plus: Don’t miss the unofficial crossover with STORMWATCH #6, tying into the explosive events of that issue!



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    Comic Relief 0

    This is definitely a really nice cover. The background isn't just a solid color, it's a tumultuous blend of shades that weave a darker cloud of tension. Harley's the enemy, so she's shown as a larger figure in the background, a hold over our protagonists, dropping them into the uncertain nothingness below. And I especially love that her hand is right on the bullseye in the logo.There's a bit of an awkward jump between the last issue and this one, although its MOSTLY smoothed over by a few pacing...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Harley Quinn's Secret Origin 0

    Adam Glass has blown me away with how great his Suicide Squad has been. It's been deadly, fun, and entertaining for the past five issues. Does issue #5 stop the streak of violence and fun?  THE GOOD: I really like the art in this issue. The lines are well defined and the character expression is priceless. The way Clayton Henry draws the violence is great and entertaining. The story is actually my favorite part of this issue. I really liked seeing Harley Quinn's descending to the Joker. I really ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    "Lime And Light Talk Too Much. Kill More Clowns." 0

    Synopsis  The Suicide Squad hunt through Gotham City for escapee Harley Quinn! Find out the origins of her relationship with Joker! The Good   Clayton Henry takes up art duties this month and although I am a fan of what was done in previous issues, I'm happy enough with the change. In particular, all the facial expressions and action scenes are done well, especially the single page with all the "henchmen". I think that page will bring a smile to reader's faces!  We also delve into what eventuall...

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