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Review: Suicide Squad #13

Synopsis: In an unknown area, we are in Rustam’s hidden base. There, Katana and Rick Flag are held prisoner. Beaten and bloodied, they wait. Flag reaches for Katana’s sword, but...

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: 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: 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: 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: 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...

Review: Suicide Squad: Rebirth #1

Synopsis: President Obama is scolding Amanda Waller (she’s a heavy set lady again) for even having a black ops team of supervillains without his knowledge. He wants the team disbanded...

DC All Access: Suicide Squad Rebirth

DC All Access has posted a new video discussing Suicide Squad: Rebirth #1. Writer Rob Williams and artist Philip Tan discuss what we can expect in the new series that launches today.  

Review: Harley Quinn and the Suicide Squad April Fools’ Special #1

Harley tries to help her fellow Super-villains with their emotional problems but can’t help herself from causing trouble in Harley Quinn and the Suicide Squad April Fools Special #1  ...

Review: Justice League of America #5

Synopsis Following last month’s interesting cliffhanger, we pick up in a completely different place. Due to Bryan Hitch’s inability to finish both writing and penciling his solicited issue 5 of...

New Line-up For Legends of the Dark Knight

  The Source has revealed the upcoming creators and schedule for the digital first series, Legends of the Dark Knight.   August 9— “A Game to Die For” written by TJ Fixman...