"Hurry up with that cover! Forget the background; we gotta get this shit to press!"
Fucking comic books. It looks like Suicide Squad #9 takes place first. So I'm going to go read that first. It would be nice to have some editorial fucking note, DC! Be right back.
Okay! I'm back!
I didn't even need to hear it and now this song is stuck in my head. SRSLY.
If a DC Black Ops group is ever truly secret, it won't be able to crossover with any other comic book series.
The Body Doubles lug out their big ass chain guns and tell Deadshot and the dozen or so Task Force X agents there to pick up the baggage (Mitch!) to freeze.
Actually, she kind of does look like she's kidding.
While they're discussing who might get shot and who might start telling jokes, Mitch resurrects because that's what that fucker does! He's a fucking champ at resurrecting! Luckily he doesn't come back with the power to turn people pink but comes back as the Goddamned T-1000!
Tanks?! Who brought tanks? Were those Plan C?
Wait, does that mean since he can currently throw her very far, he can trust her somewhat? Or does that mean he can't trust her a lot because he can throw her? Or, um, what?
Director Hooker traces Amanda's phone signal while talking with her so the Body Doubles know where to find her. Because Amanda Waller is at the field ops station. Sure. Okay. Also, Amanda would allow herself to be found that easily via her phone. Because she's only the leader of a top secret (not so secret) government operation. Oh yeah, he wants to know her location because Mitch Shelley has forced Deadshot to take him there because they have the Touch Psychic Rebecki at the field station.
Got all that? Okay. The rest of the Suicide Squad is waiting at the Field Ops Center when Deadshot's helicopter arrives. I guess they all recovered and hitched a ride back.
Yay! Lime is alive!
Once he's down, Waller has a scientist cut off his hand. He then lets Rebecki and Mitch go. She calls Hooker and tells him Mitch got away. So sorry! Nice doing business with you.
Waller and her nano-bombs. She probably sticks one in the neck of every person she gets her hands on. I can't wait until they all start to accidentally go off.
Resurrection Man #9 Rating: -1 Ranking. The comic wasn't that bad. It was really a decent no change in the rating kind of story. But the lousy comic has yet to answer what happened to Mitch when he was turned to dust in Portland and happened to wake up in an ambulance on the way to Arkham Asylum. Until I get that answer, this comic is going to get a negative one modifier to any other rating I would normally assign to it! Take that, Andy Lanning and Dan Abnett! Explain yourselves!