Suicide Squad (comic)

Suicide Squad #46 review

Welcome back to Sink Atlantis, a four part crossover event running through Aquaman and Suicide Squad. This is part 3, which means that this…

Suicide Squad Annual #1 review

While Task Force X is preoccupied with their mission in Atlantis (see the current Sink Atlantis crossover with Aquaman), this annual takes a look at…

Suicide Squad #45 review

Suicide Squad #45 is the first chapter of Sink Atlantis, a four part crossover with Aquaman. I’ve been reading both titles for a while…

Suicide Squad #44 review

So far, Constriction has been a lot better than the previous Suicide Squad arcs I’ve reviewed. That’s not to say that the story so far…

Suicide Squad #42 review

Pretty much since I started reviewing Suicide Squad with #33, I’ve been very critical of the series. I’ve been giving it low marks, because…

Suicide Squad #41 review

In my opinion, Suicide Squad hadn’t been that great lately. The book’s quality suffered from predictable storytelling, plot holes and character interactions that, to…

Suicide Squad #40 review

It’s no secret that my opinion on Suicide Squad, as a series, hasn’t been very high as of late. I’ve found the story about…

Suicide Squad #39 review

Last month, in #38, we saw that the Captain Prohaska’s AI got hacked and the super-soldier started to wreak havoc. Then, the one who’d…

Suicide Squad #38 review

Captain Prohaska, codenamed The Wall, is a super-soldier employed by the United States government. The character was first introduced in Suicide Squad #35. This…