The Suicide Squad's New 52 debut was Bold, Brash and Beautiful. 'Suicide Squad: Kicked In The Teeth' was a brilliant beginning that showcased the perfect balance between action, drama and balls to the wall fun. It was clear that the Squad had all of the right characteristics to stand out from the crowd and their first volume really highlighted just how ahead of the curve that they really are.

However, many sequel stories often suffer from a sophomore curse. I've seen it happen numerous times across the board in books, movies and games. Often the creators had a tale that they wanted to tell, they told it, and they are now stuck in a job in which they have to produce works that have to live up to the hype of the initial project.

I'd love for Suicide Squad Basilisk Rising to break the mould (as the Squad often do) and really live up to the potential that was shown in Volume one.

Can they do it?

That's what I'm here to find out!

Check out my full review on the link below

Suicide Squad Basilisk Rising Review