Suicide Squad (comic)

Suicide Squad #3 Review

Last we left Task Force X, they’d successfully(?) broken Talon out of prison, and were gearing up to go after Bolt, a new speedster…

Suicide Squad #2 Review

Previously on The Suicide Squad: cannon fodder! This time: more of it, hopefully. The second issue of Robbie Thompson’s run on the Squad picks up…

Suicide Squad #1 Review

You know them, you probably have ambivalent feelings about them, they’re the Suicide Squad! This book, presumably an attempt to both drum up and…

Suicide Squad #11 review

We’ve reached the end of Tom Taylor and Bruno Redondo’s Suicide Squad! Does the creative team deliver a satisfying conclusion or does the book…

Suicide Squad #10 review

This is the penultimate issue of Tom Taylor and Bruno Redondo’s Suicide Squad, and they don’t hold back from delivering some hard knocks! The…

Suicide Squad #9 review

I’m seeing quite a bit of praise for Suicide Squad #9 because of the shocking conclusion… Meanwhile, I’m over here like, “Umm… Did you…

Suicide Squad #8 review

For months now, I’ve praised Suicide Squad as being one of the best in-continuity books hitting shelves for DC Comics. While that sentiment remains,…

Suicide Squad #7 review

Suicide Squad is the best in-continuity book being published by DC Comics at the moment! That’s all you really need to know, but if…