DC Comics proudly presents the first look at Suicide Squad #1 and the beginning of Assault on Arkham Part 1. Things have changed for Task Force X. As Peacemaker takes over as field leader, there will be no more avenging or defending for the government’s top-secret task force of killers, thieves, and criminals! From the pages of Future State: Suicide Squad comes a new Suicide Squad ongoing series by Robbie Thompson, Eduardo Pansica, Julio Ferreira, Marcelo Maiolo, and Wes Abbott begins next Tuesday!
Amanda Waller—now back in control of the Squad—sends a new Squad into Arkham Asylum to “recruit” the deadly Court of Owls assassin Talon while interviewing another new candidate: Superboy. Why Conner Kent? Amanda Waller is Tired. Of. Losing. Who else will Waller recruit for this new team of losers?
Suicide Squad #1 by Robbie Thompson (script), Eduardo Pansica (pencils), Julio Ferreira (inks), Marcelo Maiolo (color), and Wes Abbott (letters), with a Peacemaker variant cover by Gerald Parel, hits shelves on March 2nd.
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