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"Suicidal Tendencies": Day 1

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52 #34 is an issue of the series 52 (Volume 1) with a cover date of February, 2007. It was published on December 28, 2006.

Synopsis for "Suicidal Tendencies"

Day 1
Amanda Waller sends the new Suicide Squad to San Francisco to sanction the Black Marvel Family. Atom Smasher takes on Black Adam directly leaving his teammates to deal with Isis, Osiris and Sobek. The Persuader attempts to kill Isis, prompting Osiris to rise to her defense. Overly agitated, he accidentally kills the Persuader.

Day 4
In Metropolis, the Birds of Prey coordinate with John Henry Irons to find Natasha Irons. They corner her in a shopping plaza, and manage to break her away from her Infinity, Inc. teammates. Steel warns Natasha that the powers they received from Luthor's Everyman Project are only temporary.

Day 5
Lex Luthor abducts Clark Kent and interrogates him. He is convinced that Superman is now operating as Supernova, and believes Kent knows the reason why. Under the influence of a custom designed truth serum, Clark admits that he knows absolutely nothing about Supernova.

Day 7
In Gotham City, Vic Sage's condition worsens. Renée Montoya and Kate Kane watch over him, but the medical treatments have left him in a completely delusional state.

Across Metropolis, everyone prepares to ring in the new year. Dozens of heroes fly about the city, while Luthor watches over them from his penthouse. Determined to see these new heroes fail in the face of a real challenge, he begins his own private countdown then presses a button on a remote control.

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  • The ticker-tape on the bottom of the cover reads, "Suicide Squad vs. the Black Marvel Family!... The Question's last moments!..."

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