.
.

Your source for all things related to the Dark Knight

.

Tag Archive: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Review: Suicide Squad #18

To catch you up: Amanda Waller, wanting the ultimate weapon on her team captured the Black Sphere – which is a gateway to the Phantom Zone – and let General Zod out. Placing a Kryptonite...

Review: Justice League of America #7

(Spoilers ahead) The issue opens at the JLA Sanctuary with Batman and the team’s new engineer, Xenos with Batman questioning the liberties that Xenos is taking with Batman’s instructions in the...

Review: Suicide Squad #17

To catch you up: Amanda Waller stole a gateway to the Phantom Zone, and pulled General Zod out. Using SCIENCE!… she plants a Kryptonite bomb inside his head, of which she received from Lex...

Review: Suicide Squad #16

To catch you up: A while back, Amanda Waller sent her team on a mission, and they came back with an orb (turned out to be a gateway to the Phantom Zone) and found that General Zod was inside. Waller...

Review: Suicide Squad #15

… To catch you up… Rustam, former leader of the Suicide Squad is seeking revenge on Amanda Waller. So far, he’s had Rick Flag and Katana chained up and beaten. He’s killed...

Review: Suicide Squad/The Banana Splits Special #1

The Suicide Squad is in trouble. Who can help them? The dirty job falls to the Bubblegum Pop band, The Banana Splits, who bring their own brand of crazy to the party in Suicide Squad/The Banana...

Review: Suicide Squad #14

… To catch you up… Rustam, former leader of the Suicide Squad, had Deadshot betray the team and assassinate Amanda Waller. He is currently attempting to get Rick Flag and Katana to join...

Review: Suicide Squad #12

“Shot to the heart, And you’re to blame. Darlin, you give love A bad name.” (Guitar rift)   Synopsis: An ambulance raced Amanda Waller to the hospital after receiving a bullet...

Review: Suicide Squad #11

Synopsis: In the halls of Belle Reve Penitentiary, Amanda Waller is confined to her office. She sits there, by herself, drinking whiskey and trying to figure out where Rustam is. However, it’s...

Review: Justice League vs Suicide Squad #6

Synopsis: The issue picks up with the few remaining heroes battling the Justice League members trapped by Eclipso’s powers. He floats above the battle remarking at how his darkness will always...

Review: Suicide Squad #10

Editor’s Note: This issue takes place as an epilogue to the Justice League vs Suicide Squad event.   Synopsis: In Alaska, the snow is painted red with blood. Rustam has gotten through the...

Review: Justice League vs Suicide Squad #5

In Brief: Batman and Amanda Waller throw themselves against Maxwell Lord and the Heart of Darkness jewel.   Summary (Spoilers): The League, controlled by Maxwell Lord, takes over and solidifies...

Review: Justice League vs Suicide Squad #4

We’re past the build-up.  We’re past the initial squabbling.  The parties may still not like each other very much (or at all, actually), but they’ve agreed upon a common threat and the action...

Review: Suicide Squad #9

Editor’s Note: This issue ties into the current Justice League vs. Suicide Squad event.   Synopsis: Amanda Waller is briefing her team on their current situation and what their mission...

Review: Justice League vs Suicide Squad #3

Chapter Three opens with Flag and Katana in the Catacombs. Neither have heard of this place and Katana can smell blood in the air. She sheaths her sword saying that the Soultaker will not be...

Review: Justice League #12

The story is set before the events of Justice League vs Suicide Squad, where Amanda Waller is interrogating Maxwell Lord, who is explained to be the head of Checkmate and is in custody for some...

Review: Justice League vs Suicide Squad #2

The fight is on in this second issue with the Justice League fighting the Suicide Squad on the island of Badhnisia.  Meanwhile in the Swiss Alps, Maxwell Lord speaks with the group of super villains...

Review: Justice League vs Suicide Squad #1

The Suicide Squad and Justice League square off against each other while a villainous gang is assembled for an unknown purpose in Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #1.   See several striving...

Review: Suicide Squad #8

Synopsis: We pick up where we left off last issue, with Belle Reve going crazy and General Zod continuing to lay in the tanning booth. Harley has interrupted post-coitus snuggling between Croc and...

Review: Suicide Squad #7

Synopsis: Dr. Harleen Quinzel is running for her life as a crazed Katana chases after her trying to kill her. Harleen runs past a guard, who tries to taser her. Katana dis-arms him (ha!), and Harleen...

Review: Suicide Squad #6

Synopsis: As we pick up up this issue, Flag is firing his gun at Waller, who takes the shot right to the head and dies… And that’s the end of the Suicide Squad! Thank you and goodnight!...

Review: Suicide Squad #5

Synopsis: The issue opens with an opening monologue discussing Oppenheimer’s first reaction to the atomic bomb and its comparisons to the first sightings of super beings. In Belle Reve, Task...

Review: Suicide Squad #4

Synopsis: We continue from where we left off — in an underwater prison in Siberia, where what’s left of the Squad is trapped in between the Annihilation Brigade (apparently Russia’s...

Review: Suicide Squad #3

Synopsis: Amanda Waller is telling us why a team like the Suicide Squad is needed, as we see the remains of a city after Darkseid War. We join back with the team as they try to fight off Zod. Not...

Review: Suicide Squad #2

Synopsis: We pick up directly after the events of last issue, where the whole team is underwater, in space suits, most of them drowning. A NSA agent shows up to watch the Squad break into a Russian...

Review: Batman #6

Now that Tom King’s first arc of Batman is in the books, we get the first Tom King epilogue story.  Epilogues are a tricky beast to manage, but more on that later.  We pick up shortly after the...

Review: Suicide Squad Special: War Crimes #1

Synopsis: Secretary of Defense, Mr. George Carmody, has just finished an interview in New York City, and a team of metahumans are waiting for him in a parking garage. They take out his security...

Review: Teen Titans #23

“Teen Night in the Crescent City” opens with the team enjoying a night on the town in New Orleans. Tim is even willing to lighten up. Tim gets an phone call, it is Batman. Batman heard about the...

Review: Harley’s Little Black Book #4

Harley takes a trip to the dark days of World War 2 as she meets the DC Bombshells including the only character as nutty as she in Harley’s Little Black Book #4.   Spoilers from the...

Review: Suicide Squad #1

Synopsis: We open with Amanda Waller making her way toward Belle Reve on a helicopter, while commenting on how she plans to protect the world from the evil that is in it. Belle Reve is a...