Suicide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo and Killer Croc #3

Suicide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo and Killer Croc #3

Writer: Jai Nitz, Christopher Sebela Artist: Cliff Richards, Brian Level Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 19, 2016 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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The new miniseries continues with Killer Croc! Double-crossed by his friends, El Diablo is saved from capture by the mysterious heroine known as Azucar, who convinces the skeptical Chato Santana to accompany her to Gotham City to unravel the mystery that has put him in the crosshairs of both Checkmate and the Suicide Squad. But can they survive against those two super-teams as well as Gotham City's greatest villains and its most
notorious hero? And in the first chapter of a two-part Killer Croc tale written by Chris Sebela (alumnus of DC's Writers Workshop program), Croc takes off on a solo mission to an island inhabited by mindless monsters, which makes him the brainiest of the bunch! But can he find the line between humanity and monstrosity before all-out war erupts?

  • 8.5
    AiPT! - David Brooke Oct 19, 2016

    This is the best issue of the series so far with good storytelling in both stories. Killer Croc is action packed and introspective, while El Diablo finds someone to love and plenty of asses to kick. Still, all in all the experience isn't as efficient or solidly honed as you might like. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Weird Science - Jody Cardona Oct 19, 2016

    Once again,Suicide Squad's Most Wanted has surprised me with its quality. The continuing adventures of El Diablo are fun and have me completely engrossed with the mystery surrounding Checkmate, while the opening of Killer Croc's story shows off some of the character's best features alongside an epic battle. While I'm not super enthusiastic about Level's art, it did provide the savage tone of Croc's story was giving while Richard's art continues to look fantastic. Overall, another great chapter to a series that was thought to fail. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    DC Comics News - Tony Farina Oct 19, 2016

    In general, this is good, but not on par with the main title. Sure, they all hate Waller and sure they would all go to great lengths to get away from her, but really, that is not much of a story. The main title works so well because it has action and it has humor. There is angst, but the members understand they have no choice, so they relish the work. Some of that joy is missing here. Still, the stories are compelling and entice the reader back for more. Read Full Review

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