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DC Preview: Suicide Squad: War Crimes Special #1

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DC Preview: Suicide Squad: War Crimes Special #1

When a retired American politician is taken to Europe and tried for alleged war crimes, the USA must recover him from an allied nation before terrible truths are revealed. Enter the Suicide Squad, who storm the Hague itself to save America from her own dark secrets. The writer who started a revolution, John Ostrander returns to the Suicide Squad for the first time in a decade to tell one of his boldest and bloodiest stories ever.

Suicide Squad: War Crimes Special #1

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Art by: Gus Vazquez
Cover by: Juan Ferreyra
Written by: John Ostrander
U.S. Price: $4.99
On Sale Date: Aug 31 2016
Page Count: 48

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