Suicide Squad #7

    Suicide Squad » Suicide Squad #7 - The Hunt for Harley Quinn, Conclusion released by DC Comics on May 2012.

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    Hunted through the streets of Gotham City, her former teammates on the Suicide Squad in relentless pursuit – Harley Quinn is out of friends, out of luck and out of time. Will Harley find The Joker before the Squad finds her? Place your bets, people: It’s Harley Quinn vs. the Suicide Squad! Plus: Harley’s origin revealed – it ain’t pretty!


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    3.3 stars

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    Harley Crazy 0

    THE GOOD: I really like the art in this series. I think that the characters look very cool and the blood looks really good and that is important for a series like this. The backgrounds is also pretty detailed and it makes the world feel more real. The story in this is continuing on from last months issue. We get to see some of the characters cause distractions because they are a secret team. I really like that because some stealth teams, don't worry about that. I really like the ending of this i...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Hit and Miss 0

    Banner. Ick. Leave it as a corner. Blue clashes a bit with the red. Getting lazy about this. Overall though, this is a really solid cover. The background's DANGEROUSLY close to being phoned in, but manages to be just moody enough to scoot by. The solo focus on a single moment doesn't always work, but in this case it does, because you spend the entire issue wondering if it was just a cool image, or an actual event.Sigh. Suicide Squad has got to be the most erratic of the New 52. Seriously, I've g...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Suicide Squad: B- 0

    Over all, I have been enjoying the Suicide Squad comics. This most recent issue has some things I really like, but also some things I am not so hot on.The GoodI am becoming a real Deadshot fan. This character is lethal and smart and unlike his teammates like Savant, he is not psychotic, which makes him all the more deadly. It was a real treat watching him take in stride the fact that Harley drapes the Joker's skinned face across him and use Harley's weakness against her as he works himself free....

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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