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Suicide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo & Boomerang #1

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  • From the pages of SUICIDE SQUAD comes an all-new series featuring two of the team’s most infamous heroes, El Diablo and Boomerang!

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Product Description

  • Artist
    Michael Moreci  
    Author
    Jai Nitz  
    Binding
    Comic  
    Cat No.
    3662748  
    Previews
    Previews June 2016  
    Publisher
    DC Comics  
    Series
    Suicide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo & Boomerang  
    Type
    Comics  
    Wednesday Comics
    Wednesday Comics 10/08/2016  
  • From the pages of SUICIDE SQUAD comes an all-new series featuring two of the team’s most infamous heroes, El Diablo and Boomerang!

    First, a sudden pardon frees the fiery El Diablo from Belle Reve prison, much to the shock (and irritation) of team leader Amanda Waller. Chato returns to his old neighborhood to reunite with his family, but when he’s attacked by a heavily armed local gang and their leader, the deadly, super-powered Bloodletter, will his freedom and his life get cut dramatically short? Meanwhile, in the first chapter of two-part tale written by Michael Moreci (from DC’s Writers Workshop program) with art by Oscar Bazaldua, Boomerang and the Squad embark on a mission to take down a ruthless dictator within a small, unstable Central American nation, but when the mission goes awry, the Squad must jump in a helicopter and flee as all hell breaks loose. But amid the chaos, the team realizes one of them was accidentally left behind: Boomerang! How can he stay alive long enough to be rescued when a whole army wants him dead?

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