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Suicide Squad #12 Review

22 February 2017 8:53 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

This review contains minor spoilers.

Amanda Waller has always been at the heart of Suicide Squad – but now that’s about to change. Suicide Squad #11 ended on a cliffhanger; Waller’s legacy is crumbling around her, a renegade Squader is striving to destroy everything she’s built, and – most shocking of all – the issue ended with Waller shot in the heart. It was a suitably dramatic opening for Rob Williams’ “Burning Down The House.”

Suicide Squad #12 picks up where this left off, with Rustam’s campaign continuing, and Waller near death. As with the previous issue, it’s divided into two chapters – one with art by John Romita Jr., the other by Eddy Barrows. This approach works surprisingly well; the first part builds up the tension nicely, setting Suicide Squad against Rustam and his allies and proving just how out of their depths they are. The second chapter, though, is »

- Tom Bacon

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Suicide Squad #11 Review

8 February 2017 9:33 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

This review contains some minor spoilers.

Suicide Squad has always been a fan-favorite concept, and last year’s blockbuster – a box office hit in spite of critical reviews – has only encouraged that. In the wake of the movie, though, the comic’s focus has gradually narrowed in on possibly the most fascinating character of them all: Amanda Waller. Played by Viola Davis in the films, Waller is the mastermind behind Task Force X, the woman who commands the Suicide Squad. She’s a subject of real controversy, as often an antagonist as an ally, and her past is shrouded in secrecy. That veil of mystery gives writers so much to work with, though.

Suicide Squad #11 launches an arc that promises to continue that relentless focus, ominously titled “Burning Down the House.” It’s set in the aftermath of Justice League vs. Suicide Squad, with Waller now facing disgrace. But there »

- Tom Bacon

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