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Posted August 26, 2012
Do or Die
I was drawn in by the art work and locked on by the story. The Suicide Squad reboot for the New 52 is a very mature book -- meaning it has material very much not for kids and that it has well developed characters and story lines. All the core characters have real personalities and have ceased to be just washed up villains with their own book. Deadshot is a relatable leader, even if he's still cold and selfish, though he wouldn't be an assassin otherwise; we get cool back story on Harlie Quin, who goes from team member to team objective; El Diablo is regretful and reformed; Black Spider is a vigilante "hero"; and King Shark is a man-eating monster. And there are more, though they're all expendable. The Suicide Squad lives up to its name, multiple team members dying in the course of this 7-issue book. This is a great read and something new and improved for the superheroic audience. A+
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Posted August 30, 2012
Sexy vilent dark unperditable an really fun of a read the writer adam glass really gets in the heads of the characters making you root for daranged killers an insane people plus some great dark humor .
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Posted January 23, 2013