@Razzzcat Apologies for posting on this late:
There were some things I really enjoyed about these issues. I loved the Kamo vs. Omac throw-down (and I just realized now that Kamo is Omak backwards- I’m slow). But, it’s always fun when vaguely powerful entities fight. I also liked the shady origins of King Shark that were thrown into that.
(Side note. Have you ever read Jack Kirby’s Omac? It’s beautiful and eerily relevant.)
I also enjoyed that Harley betrayed the team just for the giggles (that’s so Harley- coming soon on HBO Max). Black Manta is hardcore in the epilogue…
Honestly, though, I can’t stop thinking about what was left hanging or missed by this Suicide Squad volume. What happened with Waller’s kidnapped friend? What about Basilisk? Do Waller and Gordo Jr. ever realize they were meant for each other? … There was a lot left hanging and a lot of potential that went unfulfilled.
Glad they added Harls to the team, but this is the weakest Suicide Squad volume I’ve read thus far. I will keep on reading, though. It will only get better from here.