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Suicide Squad #9 Review: Wildly Entertaining

Suicide Squad #9 Review: Wildly Entertaining

Wait, no, don’t leave, hang on, it’s all right! While the idea of the old “Bwa-ha-ha” guy as a manipulative villain type who tried to overthrow a country for profit may seem, on its face, ridiculous, there’s more than meets the eye like Mirage hanging out with Hound.Once you get past that one weird bit[...]

Suicide Squad #7 Review: Earned With Every Pull Of A Trigger

Suicide Squad #7 Review: Earned With Every Pull Of A Trigger

It’ll read better and make more sense, because this issue is all about Mister Floyd Lawton, who does business under the name Deadshot, and the creative team does everything they possibly can to do right by him.[caption id="attachment_1243822" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The cover of Suicide Squad #7 Credit: DC Comics[/caption]Lawton has a full pardon for the[...]

First Appearance Of Liveshot in Todays Suicide Squad &#8211 Not In The UK

First Appearance Of Liveshot in Today's Suicide Squad – Not In The UK

Zoe Lawton is the daughter of DC Comics character, Deadshot, or Floyd Lawton She was created by Christos N Gage and Steven Cummings, first appearing in Deadshot Vol 2 #1 A time that Deadshot was a little bit tetchy about.. well...There was a history there you see Deadshot had been a father.And now he was[...]

DC Creators Discuss Killing Atomic Skull and Deadshot at SDCC

DC Creators Discuss Killing Atomic Skull and Deadshot at SDCC

During their DC@Home Day One panel for this year's digital SDCC, DC introduced a panel of creators who gathered to talk about killing two of their characters gleefully: Atomic Skull and Deadshot Editor Jamie S Rich introduced writer Tom Taylor, saying, "He's known for killing..." To which Tom interjected with a gleefully murderous tone, and a glint[...]

Suicide Squad #6 Review: A Superbly Entertaining Issue

Suicide Squad #6 Review: A Superbly Entertaining Issue

I’m not gonna lie … it’s never ended well.”With a wonderful nostalgic twist from Wes Abbott, Bruno Redondo and Adriano Lucas turn in a fight scene that’s really, really good that leads to an epic time stalling one-on-one between Batman and Deadshot Just when it gets good, the interaction between the two characters gets even[...]

Suicide Squad #5 Review: It Has Real Steel In Its Spine

Suicide Squad #5 Review: It Has Real Steel In Its Spine

Redondo also has a great mastery of the body language of each character -- the barely repressed, calculated rage of Osita; the confidence Deadshot has in his aim, the initiative of Jog, and so on All of that is fantastic to see.Tom Taylor's scripting is the king of this kind of characterization, giving, in particular,[...]

Deadshot Aims up His Show With New DC Direct Statue

Deadshot Aims up His Show With New DC Direct Statue

Deadshot has been out of the spotlight since the demise of Suicide Squad in theaters Floyd has made quite of a name for himself over the years and he defiantly deserves a spot in Batman’s Rogues Gallery This is one of five statues for this multi part collectibles piece Deadshot is sporting his classic outfit[...]

REVIEW: Suicide Squad #3 &#8212 This Issue Is Very Enjoyable

REVIEW: Suicide Squad #3 — "This Issue Is Very Enjoyable"

A deception has been perpetrated against Lok, the angry new handler of Task Force X, and the legacy members (King Shark, Deadshot and Harley Quinn) are trying to catch up as Osita, Fin, Deadly Six, Wink, Thylacine, The Aerie, Jog and Chaos Kitten mostly get chances to distinguish themselves beyond rudimentary displays of power The[...]

REVIEW: Suicide Squad #2 &#8212 We Really May Have Something Impressive On Our Hands

REVIEW: Suicide Squad #2 — "We Really May Have Something Impressive On Our Hands"

(DC Comics, creative team: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo, Adriano Lucas, Wes Abbott) There are surprises large and small in this very clever, very mean spirited issue. The Squad's new boss Lok makes Amanda Waller look friendly and considerate by comparison as he sends them unapologetically to interfere in the sovereign affairs of a foreign country. […]

Deadshot Is Locked and Loaded With New Prime 1 Studio Statue 

Deadshot Is Locked and Loaded With New Prime 1 Studio Statue 

Deadshot is ready to claim his kill with the new Prime 1 Studio Premium DC Comics Statue This statue will have two separate versions available with the Prime 1 exclusive one coming with a third head featuring his classic appearance Both Deadshot statues will feature a special LED light up head that defiantly brings the[...]

Batman and Deadshot Team-Up in Detective Comics in August

Batman and Deadshot Team-Up in Detective Comics in August

Beginning in Detective Comics #1009, the "Take Your Shot" storyline will see Deadshot and Batman team-up! It begins when Batman is concerned that the former villain will revert to his pre-Suicide Squad ways without the influence of Amanda Waller, but it turns out the reason Deadshot came to Gotham City was to seek out Batman's[...]

Idris Elba NOT Playing Deadshot in The Suicide Squad

Idris Elba NOT Playing Deadshot in 'The Suicide Squad'?!?

Most recently Viola Davis- why would Amanda Waller be back if this film isn't connected to the previous one?We digress.[caption id="attachment_939446" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Actor Idris ElbaPhoto by Denis Makarenko / Shutterstock.com[/caption]The newest bit of information comes from Variety, who now say Idris Elba, thought to be replacing Will Smith as Deadshot in the film, is not actually[...]

Aquaman #39 Review: Atlantis Against the Suicide Squad

Aquaman #39 Review: Atlantis Against the Suicide Squad

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Mera struggles to gain control of the geopolitical situation Atlantis now that the nation has risen to the surface. She stands resolute, though, and she won't stop until peace has been attained. Meanwhile, the U.S. is making a show of flying military jets over Atlantis and moving submarines into the water around the […]


Watch: Trailer For Animated Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay Movie

Watch: Trailer For Animated Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay Movie

Today, IGN got the exclusive trailer drop for the upcoming animated feature film Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay.  The film is from Warner Brothers Animation, DC Entertainment, and Warner Brothers Home Entertainment.Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay is an R rated feature following the antics of the current squad- Deadshot, Bronze tiger, Captain Boomerang, Killer Frost, Copperhead,[...]

Brian Michael Bendiss List Of All The People He Says Can Beat Batman

Brian Michael Bendis's List Of All The People He Says Can Beat Batman

Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion.Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman and[...]

Love And War In Comics: Looking Back At Superman #28 And Batman #28

Love And War In Comics: Looking Back At Superman #28 And Batman #28

With some encouragement from Rich Johnston and Mark Seifert, I've decided to take a look back at comics I've reviewed from time to time to analyze some interesting themes that they may share or conflict upon. This past week's Superman #28 and Batman #28 both look at war in a way. They approach it in similar […]

The Batman Hater Loves Deathstroke And Deadshot: Batman #28 Review

The Batman Hater Loves Deathstroke And Deadshot: Batman #28 Review

I’ve had my fun, let you all know how I feel about the Dark Knight, and was going to just give it a rest until another creative team takes over or there was something worth talking about.Then I heard that Batman #28 has a knockdown-drag-out between two of my favorite DC Comics rogues: Deathstroke the Terminator[...]

Batman #28 Review &#8211 Deadshot vs. Deathstroke Provides Weak Link

Batman #28 Review – Deadshot vs. Deathstroke Provides Weak Link

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Batman #28 from DC Comics by writer Tom King and artists Mikel Janín and June Chung is the next part in The War of Jokes and Riddles Bat-event, as Bruce continues his post-coital story of his biggest early failure in his career as Batman.This issue features Batman being pushed far enough to almost kill,[...]

DCs Deadshot Vs Deathstroke Should Be A Series

DC's Deadshot Vs Deathstroke Should Be A Series

I'd happily pay to read a Deadshot vs Deathstroke series done in an over-the-top John Wick style action thriller Both characters have been portrayed as the villain and as the anti-hero and have a lot of fans of their own The fun could come from how their weaknesses contradict Floyd Lawton is lethal killing machine[...]