Suicide Squad, Vol. 1: Kicked in the Teeth
A New York Times Bestseller!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... show more
A New York Times Bestseller!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?
Publish date: July 10th 2012
Publisher: DC Comics
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
Series: Suicide Squad Vol. IV (#1)
My Batman-loving girlfriend* told me the New 52 sucked, and I didn't listen. I saw these at the library, and thought, ooooh, DC's Lady Deadpool! Even Harley didn't save these. Better than the next reboot, but not by much. It didn't help that the same character died in two volumes - which w...
I picked this and Birds of Prey up on free comic book day, and am just now getting around to them...Oops! I really liked this comic. Overall I generally like don't like the Batman/DC heroes but really like their villains so this was something I was really interested in picking up and I wasn't dis...
Suicide Squad, Vol. 1: Kicked in the Teeth centers on a group of villains unleashed to do the government's dirtier assignments for a shorter prison sentence. To keep the team under control, each member of the squad has a nanite bomb injected in their necks. Problem with villains, such as Harley Quin...
There is something absurdly appealing about this series to me. I guess it's because it's so crazy and out there. A team of super-villains is selected from the population of Belle Reve, a maximum security prison in the middle of the Louisiana swampland designed to house dangerous meta-human criminals...
I suppose in truth I only read this for Harley Quinn, so in that regard I'm fairly pleased with the book. The rest of the suicide squad members are a mix of cool and irritating so I was thankful for focus being mainly on Deadshot and Harley. Though I'm not that much of a Deadshot fan, and would take...
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