Suicide Squad Vol. 3 Death is For Suckers Review

After a strong debut, I really felt like the Suicide Squad series fell off a cliff in Vol. 2 with an uninteresting story arc and a focus on characters that don’t bring much flavour to the table. In particular, having Harley Quinn sit out much of this set of comics really sucked the life out of this set. This time, Harley’s back, but how will the team cope without Deadshot, who sacrificed his life for the good of the last mission?

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Suicide Squad Vol. 2: Basilisk Rising Review

Volume 1 of the Suicide Squad caught me off guard. This ragtag group of B-level villains forced to work together made a great first impression on me with an entertaining story line and stand-out appearances from Harley Quinn and Deadshot. This time, the team is after a supervillain whose powers change each time he dies and comes back to life.

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Suicide Squad Vol. 1: Kicked in the Teeth Review

In the New 52 era version of Suicide Squad, government agent Amanda Waller has created a black ops group out of expendable villains to take on covert missions. The reward for success is the possibility of a shorter prison sentence, though failure or insubordination will lead to getting your head blown off. Any way you slice it, they’re pretty much screwed.

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