If you’ve been reading JUSTICE LEAGUE VS. SUICIDE SQUAD, and particularly if you’ve gotten to the end of this week’s issue #5, you’ve discovered that the real villain of the Rebirth’s first event isn’t the Suicide Squad or even Maxwell Lord, but a shadowy villain with the ability to corrupt just about anyone on the planet.
If you care even one iota about the DC Universe, then this week’s JUSTICE LEAGUE VS. SUICIDE SQUAD #4 is an absolute must-read. It’s exciting, fun, surprising and packed with twists and details that will be felt throughout the pages of Rebirth for months to come. And it’s not even the final issue of the miniseries. There are still two more issues to go!
He’s a member of the Justice League, has just celebrated his 75th Anniversary and will soon get his own feature film, and yet you still don’t hear too many people talking about Aquaman. That’s a shame because as his many fans know, Aquaman is one of the most interesting, creatively rich characters in the DC Universe. He’s both a super hero and a king—two roles that are often dynamically at odds with each other. He has a fiery paramour who comes from a shunned segment of Atlantis. And he can wield sharks as weapons!
We knew it was coming. It’s right there in the title. But we sure didn’t expect the battle royale that took place through much of this week’s JUSTICE LEAGUE VS. SUICIDE SQUAD #2 to end the way it did!
With Rebirth now in full swing and so many exciting new titles to try, we can’t blame anyone for needing a reminder of what happened in the last issue. Or maybe you’re looking to add a new book to your list and need to get caught up on earlier chapters? Either way, we’re here to help. Every week, we’ll be recapping the prior issues of that week’s new Rebirth and Hanna-Barbera comics, as well as sharing our favorite moments. It’s a quick, easy way to ensure you’re up to speed and ready for New Comic Day.
JUSTICE LEAGUE VS. SUICIDE SQUAD is nearly upon us, so it’s time to take a closer look at the bad guys. No, not those bad guys—the other bad guys. After all, the Justice League and the Suicide Squad may have their differences, but it would take more than just a little disagreement to really set them off against each other.