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With Amanda Waller now back in control—and some surprising new recruits—it's safe to say some things have changed for Task Force X. The Suicide Squad finds themselves in…hell?! And their only chance for survival is…Ambush Bug?! And that's only the beginning. Containing Suicide Squad #7-12 and Suicide Squad 2021 Annual, Suicide Squad Vol. 2 is an action-packed collection that With Amanda Waller now back in control—and some surprising new recruits—it's safe to say some things have changed for Task Force X. The Suicide Squad finds themselves in…hell?! And their only chance for survival is…Ambush Bug?! And that's only the beginning. Containing Suicide Squad #7-12 and Suicide Squad 2021 Annual, Suicide Squad Vol. 2 is an action-packed collection that takes the team to places they've never been before. And when Conner Kent joins the team, he'll be forced to question everything he thinks he knows about himself and his history.


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With Amanda Waller now back in control—and some surprising new recruits—it's safe to say some things have changed for Task Force X. The Suicide Squad finds themselves in…hell?! And their only chance for survival is…Ambush Bug?! And that's only the beginning. Containing Suicide Squad #7-12 and Suicide Squad 2021 Annual, Suicide Squad Vol. 2 is an action-packed collection that With Amanda Waller now back in control—and some surprising new recruits—it's safe to say some things have changed for Task Force X. The Suicide Squad finds themselves in…hell?! And their only chance for survival is…Ambush Bug?! And that's only the beginning. Containing Suicide Squad #7-12 and Suicide Squad 2021 Annual, Suicide Squad Vol. 2 is an action-packed collection that takes the team to places they've never been before. And when Conner Kent joins the team, he'll be forced to question everything he thinks he knows about himself and his history.

47 review for Suicide Squad, Vol. 2: Ambushed!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    Loved the addition of Ambush Bug to the team. Yes, he's used pretty much the same as Deadpool but it's really the other way around. Deadpool has just been more successful being used as Ambush Bug because Ambush Bug was around for the better part of a decade before Rob Liefeld created Deadpool. Amanda Waller is going all scorched earth during this run, trampling over rights and enslaving people who aren't criminals. I have a feeling we are soon going to find out she's the Waller of Earth-3 during Loved the addition of Ambush Bug to the team. Yes, he's used pretty much the same as Deadpool but it's really the other way around. Deadpool has just been more successful being used as Ambush Bug because Ambush Bug was around for the better part of a decade before Rob Liefeld created Deadpool. Amanda Waller is going all scorched earth during this run, trampling over rights and enslaving people who aren't criminals. I have a feeling we are soon going to find out she's the Waller of Earth-3 during the crossover. If not, that's some poor writing and really out of character for her. (Not that that would surprise me from DC.)

  2. 5 out of 5

    A.J. Anders

    Suicide Squad Volume 2 is another hit from Robbie Thompson & Eduardo Pansica, who are joined by writer Dennis Hopeless and penciler Julio Ferreira as this relaunched Suicide Squad wraps up its first full year, heading full steam ahead into The War for Earth-3. This volume also sees Ambush Bug join the team, and how much you like this character will dictate how much you enjoy this arc, as get 6 more issues and an annual. This arc has a ton going on, but handles it all pretty well. Building off the Suicide Squad Volume 2 is another hit from Robbie Thompson & Eduardo Pansica, who are joined by writer Dennis Hopeless and penciler Julio Ferreira as this relaunched Suicide Squad wraps up its first full year, heading full steam ahead into The War for Earth-3. This volume also sees Ambush Bug join the team, and how much you like this character will dictate how much you enjoy this arc, as get 6 more issues and an annual. This arc has a ton going on, but handles it all pretty well. Building off the last one, one team is sent to deal with Swamp Thing, while Waller’s other team goes down a rabbit hole of various insane missions, and Bloodsport does his own thing on Earth-3, with guest stars popping in at the perfect time. Jo Mullein even makes an appearance which was very cool. We also see some movie-synergy as Rick Flag, Bloodsport, and Peacemaker are all taking center stage in this title. Superboy also gets an annual covering how exactly he ended up on the team with a pretty cool twist explaining that. The book ends with a rowdy final issue and a massive cliffhanger that has me excited to see how Thompson will wrap his third and final arc in War For Earth-3. Really enjoyed this though. This book has been the best ongoing SS in years. Amanda Waller also says “Nothing stops the wall” which is the greatest line the character will ever say in any piece of media ever.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    The second and final collection of the most recent Suicide Squad series collects issues #7-15 and the Annual, which causes problems in the latter half, but we'll get to that. The first half of this volume is excellent, just as good as what came before. The Squad are joined by Ambush Bug as they continue to recruit new members from across the Multiverse and beyond, journeying into Hell, space, and Earth-3. Ambush Bug fits oddly well with the team, offering some much needed levity during the more s The second and final collection of the most recent Suicide Squad series collects issues #7-15 and the Annual, which causes problems in the latter half, but we'll get to that. The first half of this volume is excellent, just as good as what came before. The Squad are joined by Ambush Bug as they continue to recruit new members from across the Multiverse and beyond, journeying into Hell, space, and Earth-3. Ambush Bug fits oddly well with the team, offering some much needed levity during the more sombre moments, and the team dynamic continues to be surprisingly great. Culebra and Talon's little friendship is something I'd never have twigged from the get-go but it's kind of endearing actually. Where it all goes wrong is the final few issues; everything in this run has been building to the War For Earth-3 crossover, which takes place...pretty much exclusively outside of this collection. There aren't even any recap pages to tell you what's happened in the meantime between issues, which is something DC haven't omitted since the early days of the New 52 trades. It's just sloppy, and it means you miss out on some massive plot points. There are some recaps in issue 14 as part of the story, but you'll definitely feel like you're missing out. Oh, and those final two issues post War feel a little redundant. The Squad's aimless after the War, and those two issues don't do anything to give them a new direction aside from a possible tease for a future series. Artwise though, the book can't be faulted. Eduardo Pansica returns from the previous volume and looks wonderful, while Dexter Soy appears for some fill-in work and slides right into the book's aesthetic without even trying. Even if the story's letting you down, you can look at the pretty pictures. A brilliant two-thirds let down by a disappointing ending. Such a shame.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sarospice

    If you're here from the recent movies, this ain't that. It's not John Cena's goofy Peacemaker, and all the other interesting parts never get room to breathe. Really very little happens here except to keep a Suicide Squad comic on the shelves. Then they just throw in Ambush Bug, in the same way Marvel throws in Deadpool, when ever a writer's run out of ideas. If you're here from the recent movies, this ain't that. It's not John Cena's goofy Peacemaker, and all the other interesting parts never get room to breathe. Really very little happens here except to keep a Suicide Squad comic on the shelves. Then they just throw in Ambush Bug, in the same way Marvel throws in Deadpool, when ever a writer's run out of ideas.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ondřej Halíř

    Tohle byla neuvěřitelná pecka, Robbie Thompson se našel. Druhé volumko přidalo na humoru (hlavně díky přidání Ambush Buga) a celé je to epicky akční a zároveň i hezky emoční. Postavy dostanou i pořádný character-development. Jednoduše tohle je peak celého runu a je opravdu škoda že to zatím vypadá že Suicide Squad bude mít stopku a mihne se ve War for Earth-3 eventu. No co, snad se Robbi Thompson vrátí k SS a nastaví laťku ještě více! Miluju to!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Parker J

    3.5/5 This series continues to be fun.

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    Christina Schulte

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