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DC Preview: Future State: Suicide Squad #1

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DC Preview: Future State: Suicide Squad #1

The Suicide Squad enters the Future State era as Amanda Waller uses Task Force X to save the world and remake it in her image.

The Suicide Squad enters the Future State era as Amanda Waller uses Task Force X to save the world and remake it in her image—but what happens when the team shows up to stop her?! And in the second story in this extra-sized issue, Black Adam, the immortal one-time champion of the wizard Shazam, rules the planet Kahndaq in the 853rd century. Can he save the future from a threat rooted in the past?

Written by: Robbie Thompson, Jeremy Adams
Art by: Fernando Pasarin, Javier Fernandez
Cover by: Javier Fernandez
Page Count: 48 pages
Release Date: January 5 2021

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DC Preview: Future State: Suicide Squad #1

DC Preview: Future State: Suicide Squad #1

DC Preview: Future State: Suicide Squad #1

DC Preview: Future State: Suicide Squad #1

DC Preview: Future State: Suicide Squad #1

DC Preview: Future State: Suicide Squad #1

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