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DC Preview: Suicide Squad (2019) #2

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DC Preview: Suicide Squad (2019) #2

The writer of INJUSTICE, Tom Taylor, continues his wild take on the Suicide Squad.

After the absolute carnage of Suicide Squad #1, a new Task Force X has been assembled-even before the bodies of teammates and friends have had a chance to cool! What’s left standing may be the most capable and uncompromising Suicide Squad ever brought together. But it’s also the most divided. Forced to fulfill the agenda of a cruel new taskmaster, this Squad might survive their next mission, but they may not survive each other.

Written by Tom Taylor
Pencils Bruno Redondo
Inks Bruno Redondo
Colored by Adriano Lucas
Cover by Bruno Redondo
Page Count 24 Pages
Release Date January 29 2020

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DC Preview: Suicide Squad (2019) #2

DC Preview: Suicide Squad (2019) #2

DC Preview: Suicide Squad (2019) #2

DC Preview: Suicide Squad (2019) #2

DC Preview: Suicide Squad (2019) #2

DC Preview: Suicide Squad (2019) #2

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