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Because Not All Great Comics are Good!

Suicide Squad #19

Writer: Adam Glass

Art Team: Cliff Richards (Artist), Matt Yackey, Allen Passalaqua, Pete Pantazis (Colorist) and Jared K. Fletcher (Letterer)

Cover Art: Travel Foreman and Gabe Eltaeb


Looks like we’re going to need a new Suicide Squad…

I don’t know what it is about Suicide Squad, but it’s been one of my favorite books of the New 52 since the start. Maybe it’s because I’ve always thought that the villains in the DC universe were all so interesting (well, most of them), and this series really gives us a chance to look at them not just as villains, but as people.

This month, we get a look at what could probably be the most dramatic regime change the series has seen (as most of you know, Suicide Squad is not shy about killing off and replacing characters on the team). Following the aftermath of the team’s assault on Red Orchid, the comic starts with the surviving members of the team pulling themselves out of a burning building and following Amanda Waller (their puppeteer) on a personal vendetta. As the cover reveals, though, their leader (world-renowned assassin) Deadshot soon finds himself being taken on by new challenger, The Unknown Soldier (a classic character getting updated for the New 52). I’m not going to tell you how things turn out, but I’ll be biting my nails until issue #20 comes out.

The story itself doesn’t really offer up much, except trying to move the characters closer to the standoff with The Unknown Soldier. The art by Cliff Richards is pretty fantastic though, and while it’s not what I would call the best of the best, it’s enough to keep me absorbed in reading. Plus, writer Adam Glass plays with the notion that Harley Quinn is going even further off the deep end, and that could certainly be a problem later. Not the best in the series so far, but more than enough to keep me shelling out $2.99 each month.


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