Suicide Squad: Bad Blood (2019)


In this new collection, the Suicide Squad is assigned to neutralize a group of international super-terrorists known as the Revolutionaries—and the survivors are forced into joining the Squad! Who can Harley Quinn and Deadshot trust when their new teammates are the very people their crew was assigned to kill? This Squad might survive their next mission, but they may not survive each other—and with a “team” like this, the body count starts high, and only gets higher.

From: DC Comics

Notes on This Title

This is an ensemble book with several queer characters in the focal team, including the Aerie, a nonbinary Asian character, and Wink, their girlfriend. Harley Quinn – a bisexual woman – is a prominent character, as is Osita, a Latina lesbian character. Thylacine, a Ngarluma woman, is also a member of the focal team, as are Black characters Deadly Six and Jog.

There are frequent depictions of extreme violence, blood, and viscera.


2021 Comic Arts of Australia Awards - Bronze Ledger
32nd Annual GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comic - Nominee


“In 11 issues writer Tom Taylor and artists Bruno Redondo and Daniel Sampere, with colors by Adriano Lucas, do something rare in the pages of “Suicide Squad”: they tell a complete story that feels meaningful.” (Source: Multiversity Comics)


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