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In this edition of Catch-Up:

- Harley Quinn reacts properly to explosions.

- Doctor Fate is beaten by a new, difficult opponent.

- And Calendar Man celebrates an eventful birthday. Check it!

Words: Tom Taylor
Art: Bruno Redondo

Round Two. Fight! )
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New Suicide Squad trailer has arrived. Like the music choice on this.

Also, still nothing that looks like a spoiler or a big reveal, so feel free to check it out.

Watch More... )
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Wow, nobody's posted Suicide Squad yet? Okay then. It's part 1 of 2 "Discipline & Punish." 4 pages.

A-okay - 'Weltschmerz' is a word. )

Tag notes: There's no tag for Voltaic; there is a tag for the other character in these pages, but I'm leaving it off for now so's not to spoil the reveal. There's also no tag for writer Ales Kot.
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Four pages from Teen Titans #18 here, in which as with last issue we still have lots of plot threads, but they're moving closer to converging.

We're the only ones who can save each other. )

BTW, it's a little hard to count pages on this thing since they're still double-page spread happy and the pages aren't labeled, but it's Eddy Barrows and Eber Ferreira on art pages 1-16 and Rodney Buchemi on pages 17-20. By my count that's the last two pages of the Two Teams Fight scenes and the two Times Square pages.
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I love the Suicide Squad - specifically, John Ostrander and Kim Yale's Suicide Squad. The only decent thing to come out of the godawful Legends crossover, Ostrander revitalized the espionage comic, turning it into a super-powered Dirty Dozen meets Mission: Impossible. Since then only a few comics have come close to depicting the seamy underside of the DC Universe with any success, and the closest spiritual heir to the Squad today is probably Gail Simone's Secret Six.

The beautiful thing about the Squad was that things always went wrong. Horribly wrong. Excruciatingly, holy crap, we're screwed beyond recognition wrong. And when they still manage to pull off their objectives, there was always a toll, not just in lives, but psyches. As one USENETter put it, "It wouldn't be a Squad mission without the bitter taste of ashes."

If anything else justifies the classic status of the original Squad series, it's that Ostrander and Yale gave us not one, but two indelible characters: Oracle, and the inimitable and incomparable Amanda Waller, mother of all badasses.

One of the many perfect moments in the series, from Suicide Squad #22 (1988) follows:

I don't... read minds... )
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With the news that Suicide Squad is finally going to trades I thought it was time for a post. This scene really shows the dynamic that made the book work,the relationship to the experiences of the "villains" and the "heroes". To set it up Bronze Tiger fucked up a mission and the suits want him out...

From issues #37 and #38

Read more... )

Lashina !

Aug. 29th, 2009 09:06 pm
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Okay this is what I hope to be the first of many post from The Suicide Squad (my fav. book that DC is no longer putting out).

Am I the only one who thinks she is having an orgasm riding a big phallic object into a "boom-tube" ????

Read more... )


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