Hood and the Outlaws have borrowed a strategy from the Green Hornet, appearing
to be criminals in order to operate from inside the underworld. Heroes behaving
like criminals. Hmmm. Next thing you know, criminals will be behaving like
heroes. Oh, wait..
us to Amanda Waller and her infamous Task Force X – the Suicide Squad. This
particular iteration includes Killer Croc – wait, didn’t he kill Jason’s
parents way back in Detective Comics
#525? – Captain Boomerang, Harley Quinn – Wait, isn’t she currently running
for mayor of NYC in her own book? – and Deadshot.
the Squad and the Outlaws on a mission to the Colony, an arctic outpost of
Harvest who attempted to recruit second-generation meta-humans for his own
personal army. Otherwise, it’s power source may lead to the destruction or the
appreciate the direction this particular storyline may take. The Outlaws may
expand its roster beyond three. However, I am somewhat uncomfortable with
Bizarro’s new intellect. Moving past the monosyllabic speech pattern, he has
adopted a syntax reminiscent of Raymond Reddington of NBC’s the Blacklist. I
couldn’t help but read the dialogue in James Spader’s voice. But wait – didn’t
he already do the voice of Ultron in the Avengers sequel?
the storyline is fine and agreeable, but some tweaking of dialogue and
character seems to be in order.