DC Comics
Suicide Squad #30
By Paul Mason
November 25, 2017 - 19:47

DC Comics
Writer(s): Rob Williams, Wilfredo
Artist(s): Phillips Briones, Wilfredo
Colourist(s): Adriano Lucas
Letterer(s): Pat Brosseau
Cover Artist(s): Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferriera, Adriano Lucas


This issue picks up where last issue left off. After a mission led the Suicide Squad into space they encountered the red wave monster. A parasitic entity that took over Rick Flagg. The creature starts a rampage, and Harley Quinn is the first to confront it. Unfortunately Red Wave swats Harley down and seems to conquer Boomerang, Croc and Katana. Meanwhile on Argent Space station Karen Grace fills in the incoming shuttle with Waller, dead shot and enchantress on a little background about how they all reached this point.


The art in the main story is sharp and crisp even if the actual story it is illustrating is not. What all this has to do with the secret history of task force x will hopefully be explained soon. Meanwhile it seems the comic is treading water and filling time with fights and a minimal amount of characterization.
The backup story is King for a Day Part 4.

This is a two page journal entry and seems to be the true secret history.

The art style is very beautiful but different from the main story.

Rating: 6.5/10

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