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Review – Suicide Squad #4 (DC)

Review – Suicide Squad #4 (DC)

Publisher: DC Writer: Tom Taylor Artwork: Daniel Sampere (pencils), Juan Albarran (inks) Colours: Adriano Lucas Lettering: Wes Abbott Release Date: 25th March 2020 Issue #4 of DC’s Suicide Squad features a new mission for Task Force X and a new artistic team to work alongside series Writer Tom Taylor as the pencil-and-ink combo of Daniel Sampere and Juan Albarran join the fold. It also sees us digging a little deeper into the origins of the ‘Revolutionaries’, providing some much-needed insight into how they came to cross paths with the ‘Squad back in issue #1. With each passing issue, the new faces are feeling more and more comfortable as part of the team, and as we get to learn more about them it’s difficult not to become more and more invested in their mission. Harley and Floyd provide consistency and familiarity, and the dynamic between the two ‘groups’ as they all covertly agree to try and bring down the real driving force behind Task Force X (and no, it ain’t Lok) keeps the pages turning rapidly here. Oh, and if that’s not enough, Digger Harkness is back, bay-bee! Okay, so I’m a bit of a self-confessed Captain Boomerang fanboy, but Taylor [...]



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