Suicide Squad

Suicide Squad

Volume 1, Kicked in the Teeth

Graphic Novel - 2012
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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? Collects issues #1-7
Publisher: Made available through hoopla, 2012
[United States] : DC Comics : 2012
ISBN: 9781401239749
1401239749
Branch Call Number: eBook--Adult
Characteristics: data file
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Alternative Title: Kicked in the teeth

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kirstd31 Nov 21, 2016

I did not care for this graphic novel. I know they are villains, but they do not deserve what they are being put through. The final scene in this story is horrible.

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Krtjms
Sep 20, 2015

A great entry point for fans wanting to get into Suicide Squad right now with the movie coming out.

Deadshot and Harley Quinn are rightfully the stars of this team and they make it an entertaining ride.

theorbys Mar 11, 2013

My 3rd New 52 graphic novel is head and shoulders above the rest. The writing is solid so far, and the art work is worth an extra star. Still it is going to have to start moving forward and not just keep showing what nasty people everyone involved is. One character, El Diablo, has reformed and is now something of a do gooder and a super bore. He does not fit this book at all.

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Keogh
Nov 18, 2012

The book has something of a Dirty Dozen feel to it, as various villains are basically forced by the government to go out on missions that can't be traced back to them. Harley Quinn and Deadshot are the only characters of the lot that see real development, which might be a problem as the series goes along, and it's hard to find a sympathetic character in the lot. Still, the pacing of the story moves along quickly.

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