Suicide Squad #11

Writer: Keith Giffen Artist: Paco Medina Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 10, 2002 Critic Reviews: 1
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The Squad must face a mysterious super-group tied to the team's past. Now this group, holding a secret grudge and bent on revenge, picks off the members of the Task Force Omega one by one. Faces familiar to old-time Squad readers appear, as the new Squad members disappear into that long goodnight.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 21, 2002

    An issue that is likely to appeal to the fans of the original series, as except for Amanda Waller & Deadshot this new series hasn't really drawn upon much from the first series. This issue brings back the Jihad, who were about the only group of villains that the Squad could claim as regular opponents, as if memory serves they are the only opponents that squared off against the Squad more than once. In any event, this issue basically sets up what looks to be the big sendoff that we'll be getting next month, as the Squad's support staff are pretty much taken completely out of the picture, and if the cover to this issue is any indication, the Squad is going to be hard-pressed to match the power of the new reformed Jihad. For newer readers this issue might be a bit confusing, but this issue still features some fairly intense action that involves the support crew of the Squad, and most of these villains are new creations, so longtime readers are in the same boat as the new readers. Read Full Review

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