Suicide Squad Vol. 1: Kicked in the Teeth (The New 52)

Deadshot, Harley Quinn, King Shark and others super villains conform Suicide Squad, a team recruited by the government to take on dangerous missions, they are absolute suicide.

Deadshot, Harley Quinn, King Shark and others super villains conform Suicide Squad, a team recruited by the government to take on dangerous missions, they are absolute suicide.

Kicked in the Teeth” is a comic book released as part of The New 52. Adam Glass and Federico Dallocchio are the creators of this story. The story start whit the integrant of the Suicide Squad beaten, jailed and being interrogated about their newest work. Deadshot, Harley Quinn, King Shark and company must make it out alive without revealing who is moving the strings behind their against the law operations. Who will be the first to break under the pressure? More importantly will they make it all out alive?

Suicide Squad is considerate the dirty zone of DC Comics. The story line is that a secret organization of the government is in charge of management the worst possible missions recruit the help of super villains at Belle Reve prison in trade for time off the sentence of each super villain.

The concept or the story line of Suicide Squad is a good and different one in the comic book world. This book bring fun, a little of madness and surprising stories. The authors can go crazy and kill off any character in any moment; this fact represents the unique and surprise characteristics of this comic.

This is a comic book about a group of amoral characters who go thrown into the most impossible situations. Anything can happen, especially because each integrant of the Suicide Squad have a bomb implanted in their heads so if they try to escape while out on assignment the bomb explodes.

“Kicked in the Teeth” is an action and funny book. The super villains in multiple situations must deal whit robot zombies, explosions and banter. Also the cast is constantly changing so things stay fresh.

“Suicide Squad: Kicked in the Teeth” is far less predictable than any other team comic.

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