I’m pretty disappointed in this run, and I don’t think I’m the only one.
Hello you high flying Fangirls! Last time, Barbara was dealing with the Ventriloquist (a psychopath who uses a puppet to kill), and the fact that she killed her brother. That’s a lot to think about. Plus she doesn’t feel worthy of the Bat symbol anymore, so she hasn’t been wearing it, and is giving up the name. Ouch. So let’s dive in to what she’s dealing with now; her father’s obsession with her arrest.
Hey there, Fangirls! Last time we left off with the Thinker transporting his consciousness into OMAC, King Shark fighting daddy shark Kamo, and Harley dropping a mountain on the rest of the Squad. It was pretty eventful, and it doesn’t stop there.
Hey Fangirls! Last time we left off with Batgirl, she was dealing with some very difficult stuff; namely, her brother. He killed 2 Gotham police officers, had given Batgirl a concussion, and was ready to kill their mother. As a last ditch effort, she threw a batarang into his eye. He stumbled over a railing on the Gotham Bridge, and his body was not recovered. Assumed dead (and having seen it all) Commissioner Gordon called out for Batgirl’s arrest.
Hello again, my mayhem loving Fangirls! Where we last left off, the Suicide Squad had just run into another gang of Waller’s workers; some heroes! After a brief fight, this issue starts with the heroes and Suicide Squad talking it out, and realizing that one of the Wallers isn’t right.
Last time with Batgirl, she had just wriggled her way out of the Joker’s clutches with her mum mostly intact, but with some worrisome news; he brother is back. These issues start with her anonymously tipping off her dad, Commissioner Gordon, to who the Joker’s goons were.
Hey Fangirls! Today’s write up includes a bit more than just issues from Suicide Squad. I read Suicide Squad 23, and at the end it told me to go read Forever Evil 1, Deadshot 1, and Harley Quinn 1 before reading Suicide Squad 24. Luckily, I have all of those, so this is what happens.