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DC Preview: Suicide Squad #7

Amanda Waller pulls in her newest recruit to Task Force X

Amanda Waller pulls in her newest recruit to Task Force X: the unstoppable and outstanding Ambush Bug! With a mission that literally takes the Squad to hell and back, the sometimes fourth-wall-breaking hero may be the team’s only chance at survival. Embarking on a quest to gain access to the Rock of Eternity, the Squad must also face the threat of Rick Flag, who’s on the hunt for Waller’s head.

Suicide Squad #7

Written by Robbie Thompson
Pencils Eduardo Pansica
Inks Julio Ferreira
Colored by Marcelo Maiolo, Alex Sinclair
Cover by Julio Ferreira, Marcelo Maiolo, Eduardo Pansica
Release Date: September 7, 2021

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