Two teams of criminals are joined into one to form a secret government organization in Suicide Squad #2. The problem is that each team lost members at the hands of the other. So how are they supposed to now work together. There isn’t much choice if they want to stay alive. And as bad as Amanda Waller was, the new director of the Suicide Squad is much worst. But they go on their first mission as a team and manage to get to the site in tact. But it seems the mission goes horribly wrong after that.
So far the restart of the Suicide Squad is as entertaining as I had hoped. Tom Taylor is going a very good job putting this new team together. It is a little hard with a team of this size and with the amount of new faces to keep up with everyone. But it is still fun to learn about new characters and new abilities. I also have a feeling that there is no need to get too attached to anyone in this series. They could go out as quickly as they came in. Redondo and Lucas do an excellent job on the artwork and colors.
|Writer: Tom Taylor||Artist: Bruno Redondo|
|Colors: Adriano Lucas||Letters: Wes Abbott|
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