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Review: SUICIDE SQUAD #7 Flips the Tone But Keeps the Balance

DC Comics' Suicide Squad #7, written by Tom Taylor, with pencils by Daniel Sampere, inks by Juan Albarran, colors by Adriano Lucas and letters...

SUICIDE SQUAD #6: This Series is a Cause for Puppy Love

Writer Tom Taylor, artist Bruno Redondo, colorist Adriano Lucas, and letterer Wes Abbott have done it again. Another stellar issue in the series that...

REVIEW: SUICIDE SQUAD #5 Bounces Back with a Vengeance!

Suicide Squad #4 was the first in this series to not get a perfect score in my reviews. After three brilliant issues, the writing...

SUICIDE SQUAD #4 Starts Offering Some Answers

Written by Tom Taylor, with pencils by Daniel Sampere, inks by Juan Albarran, colors by Adriano Lucas and letters by Wes Abbott, Suicide Squad #4...

SUICIDE SQUAD #3 Gives Us More Questions for Every Answer

Suicide Squad #3, written by Tom Taylor, with art by Bruno Redondo, colors by Adriano Lucas and letters by Wes Abbott, continues to play...

SUICIDE SQUAD #2 Leaves the Reader in the Dark, and It’s Brilliant

Written by Tom Taylor, with art by Bruno Redondo, colors by Adriano Lucas, and letters by Wes Abbott, Suicide Squad #2 takes confusing turns...

Review: the Hunter & the Hunted in DETECTIVE COMICS #1010

Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale… Well, it’s a tale of Batman, some billionaires, an assassin, and a couple of long-lost...

Review: DETECTIVE COMICS #1009…Not the Book to Read Before Catching a Flight

Bruce Wayne exists in two separate realities: that of a billionaire playboy, and another as the Caped Crusader. But, what’s Bruce to do when...

Exclusive DC Comics Preview: SUICIDE SQUAD BLACK FILES #5

Suicide Squad Black Files #5 hits your local comic book store on March 6, but thanks to DC Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an...