Justice League vs. Suicide Squad

Justice League vs Suicide Squad The day that Amanda Waller has long dreaded has finally come to pass the Justice League has discovered the existence of Task Force X America s paragons of truth justice won t take well to a government

  • Title: Justice League vs. Suicide Squad
  • Author: Joshua Williamson Rob Williams Tim Seeley Jason Fabok Tony S. Daniel Riley Rossmo Giuseppe Cafaro Christian Duce
  • ISBN: 9781401272265
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The day that Amanda Waller has long dreaded has finally come to pass the Justice League has discovered the existence of Task Force X America s paragons of truth justice won t take well to a government sponsored team of black ops super villains with bombs implanted in their heads , but before the Justice League can shut down the Suicide Squad, a bigger problem loomThe day that Amanda Waller has long dreaded has finally come to pass the Justice League has discovered the existence of Task Force X America s paragons of truth justice won t take well to a government sponsored team of black ops super villains with bombs implanted in their heads , but before the Justice League can shut down the Suicide Squad, a bigger problem looms another deadly strike team is lurking in the shadows, one that could expose dark secrets throughout the DC Universe, with ties to the hidden truths of DC Universe Rebirth Longtime enemies such as Batman Deadshot, the Flash Boomerang, Wonder Woman Harley Quinn will have to put aside their differences when an evil threat once thought lost to the DC Universe makes their return.Collecting Justice League vs Suicide Squad 1 6, Justice League 12 13, Suicide Squad 8 10

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    • So, this was surprisingly not awful.You're going to have to overlook the fact that the whole FIGHT! between the JL and the SS was laughable, though. I mean, come on.Justice League = beings with god-like powersSuicide Squad = a guy who shoots well and a psychotic with a malletMy personal favorites were the Wonder Woman vs Harley Quinn panels. I'm just wondering what kind of pep talks Williamson had to give himself to write scenes in which Diana was even remotely breaking a sweat to catch up with [...]


    • This shouldn’t really be a thing. I mean, forget the Justice League, Superman alone could take out the Suicide Squad! In fact, any one member of the League could do it - Wonder Woman, Flash, Batman (most of the SS are Batman rogues anyway). The Green Lantern rings are among the most powerful weapons in the DCU! So yeah, the premise is significantly flawed to begin with. But don’t worry because hack writer Joshua Williamson compounds this garbage with contrivance: apparently the Justice Leagu [...]


    • A good book. Not quite as great as I expected/wanted to to be. I think where this book faltered slightly was i would have liked more interaction between the Justice League, and the Suicide Squad.The great thing about HC is all 11 issues are here. 6 issues of the mini series, then 3 issues of the Suicide Squad series which are the prologue, origin, and epilogue, and 2 issues of the Justice League series to fill in some gaps.In the last Batman series he became aware of the Suicide Squad. He plans [...]


    • ** Received from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review **3 stars *** There are spoilers ahead!!! ***Isn’t this a little one-sided? That dude just has boomerangs.This is a ridiculous plot.I mean, you pretty much can’t go into this without shoving that fact aside and pretending that there’s a real fight here. There’s a solar powered alien with laser eyes, an , the king of Atlantis and the fastest man alive – against a team made up of a life-size crocodile, a crazed clown with a mall [...]


    • Originally Reviewed at Bookwraiths.Suicide Squad vs. Justice League is a book which doesn’t seem to really know what it wants to be. Is it about Suicide Squad and the Justice League clashing, or is it really about Amanda Waller’s diabolic schemes? Is Killer Frost the star, or is it Harley? I mean, the book just seems confused about its identity. And so while it isn’t bad really, it isn’t as good as it could/should have been either. A lot of untapped potential is how I’d put it.The stor [...]


    • I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of this story. It had all the hallmarks of an epic DC cockup, but to my surprise, it was excellent.It starts out with the Justice League deciding to do something about the Suicide Squad. The story then goes from this confrontation to a much larger story involving Max Lord and some older SS rejects and a shard of the Eclipso diamond. From there this story expands into an Ecilpso controlled JL fighting against the Suicide Squad. No more spoilers though.The [...]


    • This was so much fun! I'll do a mini review this week. FYI: You can totally read this comic book without having read any of the other ones.


    • I received an eARC of this title from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Now, that's what I'm talking about! Lots of kick-ass badassery and fights and attitude. Justice League vs Suicide Squad, vs another group of baddies that was pretty fun tooAnd a special appearance by (view spoiler)[The Main Main, Lobo himself! and not that New-52 sorry excuse, but the real Last Czarnian, aka Master Frag. (hide spoiler)]Lots of fun with lots of little quips from heroes and anti- [...]


    • A very good event! So I guess this is DCs first big event since rebirth, (except for a few small Batman events), and its very good! So the story has The Justice League finding out about The Suicide Squad, so they do the hero thing, and decide to go stop them, meanwhile Maxwell Lord frees a bunch of villains from Amanda Waller's original Suicide Squad glory team, and they now wanna kill Amanda Waller! The Story is not the greatest I've read, but it does make for a pretty strong event! Its also hi [...]


    • Spinning out of Batman: I Am Suicide, Batman has become aware of the Suicide Squad's existence and tasks the Justice League with taking them down. The JL should be able to take out the SS in about 3 seconds and the story is written to reflect that. The SS basically wants to run away until Waller forces them to fight. There are some great one liners here. After the battle, we get our obligatory team-up to fight a larger threat. (view spoiler)[Max Lord has freed the original Suicide Squad from pri [...]


    • Now THIS is how you do a crossover event; it was so well done, actually had a good story and all the characters were in character!!! I must admit I feel as though it all escalated a little quickly and seemed to be easily resolved in the end but it is still an extremely strong event for DC!


    • 'Justice League vs. Suicide Squad' is a big 312 story with 3 different writers, more artists and spanning a few series. If you can suspend your belief that the Suicide Squad would even have a chance against the Justice League, then it's not so bad.Task Force X (aka Suicide Squad) has been discovered. Not only that, but Amanda Waller's past mistakes are about to be exposed. At first, the Suicide Squad faces off against the Justice League, but before long, they are teaming up against a threat, and [...]


    • [Read as single issues]The first big event of the DC Rebirth era pits the two most popular teams in the DCU at the moment against each other as the Justice League face off against the Suicide Squad, only to find that there's actually a bigger threat that needs to be dealt with, because Amanda Waller is good at keeping secrets and bad at keeping prisoners in prison. Nice one, Amanda.Joshua Williamson writes the entirety of this mini-series, and it's very solid throughout. The progression from bea [...]


    • I love the artwork in this one. There are some group shots that are amazing. I don’t believe this is a starter series. You need to know these characters, at least a little or it’s not going to make sense. There is a ton of intro and set up. It mainly focuses on the Suicide Squad, which should mean that the Justice League will be the focus of the next one. Batman tells the JL about SS and I think the moral implications are going to resonate through the series with Superman and Wonder Woman ob [...]


    • "Do you ever wonder why evil always returns? Because it never leaves."- real words that got written by a team of hacks that don't know the definition of the word return.A superhero fight is the easiest story to write. You come up with some reason for them to fight, like different ideology, and then you find a reason for them to stop before any real consequences happen. (We missed a real chance for this series to reveal Killer Croc's mother's name as Martha!)Somehow a team of people who are paid [...]


    • Justice League vs. Suicide Squad offers pretty much exactly what you would expect from the title. Two teams fighting, while a diabolical third party operates behind the scenes manipulating everyone toward a crazy global threat. It's a pretty standard superhero team versus superhero villain/anti-hero team book, and Jason Fabok's artwork sure is pretty (even in the low-res digital review copy I read). The biggest flaw here is that Maxwell Lord, a telepath with chronic nosebleeds, is a pretty borin [...]


    • Well, this was certainly more interesting that some of the trades from Rebirth that I’ve been reading recently. I was really worried by two things when I started. The first was that the setup for this, is very formulaic, safe, and kind of boring. The second was that they were really playing up some of the stylistic elements of the Suicide Squad movie in introducing the Suicide Squad in this comic. Much like the movie (which was unwatchable in my opinion) the intros were disruptive for commonly [...]


    • Since I haven't really kept up with the Suicide Squad since the John Ostrander days and JLA since before Flashpoint, Rebirth, etc I figured why not read a mini that was done to cash in on the Suicide Squad movie (which I didn't dislike as much as I thought I would). There are some things that Williamson did with the characters that I did like. I think he pretty much gets Amanda Waller and he does OK with the JLA big guns. Of the squad characters I think he gets the characters notes right on Dead [...]


    • Mixed bag. I Love Suicide Squad and there is some great artwork in this book. And there is some awesome parts with Killer Frost and also Lobo. Some really funny parts with Harley Quin and Cap Boomerang. But it suffers from too many strong characters as do many of these team team-ups. Also there is some very catastrophic events that seem to be downplayed too much. Overall worth the read.


    • This graphic novel is the meet and great story of the current Suicide Squad and Justice League of America. I'm semi knowledgeable about both groups as I've seen any and all movies that relate to them. But like any book to movie adaptation there are characters/plot lines/ etc that are left out of the original content when transferring to the theater. So I'm not exactly up to date on any of the characters. Williamson and Williams do a good job of giving the reader a quick into to each character as [...]


    • Given the title, this is very much more a Suicide Squad book with a bit of impact from the League. I love both teams and was highly looking forward to it, plus it contains a lot of material: 6 issues of the title series and two from each of their respective series plus a few pages extra from one. There is lots of story and tons of action but I was a bit disappointed in the lack of depth in the JL part, however, the extra parts more than made up for it. The book starts with a 'Prologue' which is [...]


    • I enjoyed reading this, although it led to the inevitable "Superhero team up" deal: Justice League fights Suicide Squad, circumstances force a team up when someone even worse than the Suicide Squad shows up, and then when, surprise!, the Justice League (or 99% of it, because in the last 10-12 years worth of DC Batman never loses) goes down, the Suicide Squad are left to save the day. So the plot was terribly predictable. The art was terribly inconsistent as well. Some issues were great, some wer [...]



    • I got a digital copy of this from Netgalley. (I typed Netflix, but that is definitely not where I got it.)When I first requested to read this, I thought it was gonna be the pretty standard 6 collected comic issues that most books like this seem to run. When I downloaded the PDF file, I was shocked to see this was 300 pages long. It collects nearly twice as many issues as most DC trades do. There was a 6 issue Justice League vs Suicide Squad series that went hand in hand with several issues of bo [...]


    • Doesn't deliver on the promise made by the title of the book. If it was called Justice League, Rise of Darkness, I'd give it a different rating, but it's not. It's really just a rehash of Trinity War and Forever Evil. We get the promise of two DC teams going at it, but instead of that they end up teaming up to fight the "real" bad guy. Wanted to see the Justice League fight the Suicide Squad, plain and simple. Shittiest part is that they can't do THAT story for awhile now (or until the next rebo [...]


    • Interesting from beggining to end. Is 'debatable that this comic was made because of the popularity or hate coming from the the Suicide Squad movie and the up-coming movie of the Justice League. But still, this was a good story, even the tie-ins are well placed. The battles were epic, the chemistry between each pair of heroe and villain was perfect and interesting to see. I still don't decide to like or not the one between Wonder Woman and Harley. I'm glad Killer Frost got back to be important i [...]


    • While in mid-read this was see-sawing between 2 and 3 stars (as the first half is decent), but then I started to lose interest towards the end and that was not a good sign. 'SS' should've been top-billed as the 'JL' sort of take a backseat to them after the half-way point. As for Lobo - a little of his character goes a long way (similar to Amanda Waller; I get annoyed with her pretty quickly), so of course he is inexplicably featured almost more than any other character besides Waller and Batman [...]


    • Was OK didn't think much of the main villain or his crew apart from Lobo who normally is very good.Thought some parts of the story made JL look far weaker then they are but what really stood out for me was Killer Frost and the direction they have taken the character in she could potentially be huge in the next few years.The new Justice League that is starting up does seem to be one to look out for.But overall with this main villain is sort of dumb and boring, action scenes are OK, story is predi [...]


    • This was actually amazing!! I have to admit that my previous experience withSuicide Squadcomicbooks wasn't all that pleasant; I usually found them cliche, messy and all over the place, unoriginal and boring. This crossover event, however, was a true blessing. The characters were on point, the action sequences were really well done and beautifully executed, the artwork was very beautiful and close to my personal taste. The plot was, by far, one of the most interesting plots I've seen in a while i [...]


    • Not only does Justice League vs. Suicide Squad use a cookie-cutter plot set-up, but it also lacks character, depth, and (quite surprisingly) the Justice League fighting the Suicide Squad.The Suicide Squad is a team of super bad guys who are put under the control of the government to complete missions considered too dangerous to send out our own people to complete and completing these missions and living through them would give them time off of their prison sentences. However, Batman soon finds o [...]


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