Suicide Squad Volume 1: Kicked in the Teeth (The New 52) (NOOK Comics with Zoom View)

Suicide Squad Volume 1: Kicked in the Teeth (The New 52) (NOOK Comics with Zoom View)

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by Adam Glass, Federico Dallocchio
     
 

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As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics-The New 52 event of September 2011, writer and co-creator of the CW show Supernatural Adam Glass rolls out an all-new team of death-row super villains recruited by the government to take on missions so dangerous-they're sheer suicide!

The story begins with the Suicide Squad defeated, imprisoned and being interrogated about

Overview

As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics-The New 52 event of September 2011, writer and co-creator of the CW show Supernatural Adam Glass rolls out an all-new team of death-row super villains recruited by the government to take on missions so dangerous-they're sheer suicide!

The story begins with the Suicide Squad defeated, imprisoned and being interrogated about their newest mission. Harley Quinn, King Shark, Deadshot and company must make it out alive without revealing who's pulling the strings behind their illegal operations. Who will be the first to crack under the pressure? More importantly will they make it all out alive?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401239749
Publisher:
DC Comics
Publication date:
07/10/2012
Series:
Suicide Squad Series
Sold by:
DC Comics
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
160
Sales rank:
34,833
File size:
72 MB
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Meet the Author

ADAM GLASS is a writer and television producer, whose credits include co-creating, writing and producing the hit CW show Supernatural. Other writing credits include Cold Case, Blue Collar TV, and The Cleaner. He currently is writing Suicide Squad for DC Comics, and previously worked on the Flashpoint: Legion Of Doom mini-series for DC Comics.

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Suicide Squad Vol. 1: Kicked in the Teeth (The New 52) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
JDBrink More than 1 year ago
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+
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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 .
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
I heard about this from the show Arrow. Well this was weird. A lot weird. The art was the only thing I liked it. Other than that, this was okay. Story was interesting.
ChubbyRunaway More than 1 year ago
Had a weak beginning but a strong ending. It's due to Harley Quinn being the most interesting character on the squad. Great read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not really for the squeamish but pretty good
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I never read the old suicide squad stuff, but this edition was done pretty well. The plot is simple enough and the characters are wild and inconsistant. That however is part of the allure for me, each flick of the page offers a new moment of adventure. The comic remains unpredictable and teeters on the edge of being to random, strong charactera deadshot and quinn tye some of the looser ends together. The art is some of my favorite from the new line, but isn't quite on par with batman or batwoman. Good comic with some room for improvement. This adventure of the week seeries has a chance to do well. Ready for vol 2