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"Blood & Snow, Part Two": The team attacking Xavier Cujo's fortress are forced to land out of Sheba while Briscoe deals with the cartel's jets.


Quote1.png Work with criminals... live in a prison... maybe get myself killed. For bad money and no glory. Sure. Why not? Quote2.png
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Suicide Squad #12 is an issue of the series Suicide Squad (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 1988.

Synopsis for "Blood & Snow, Part Two"

The team attacking Xavier Cujo's fortress are forced to land out of Sheba while Briscoe deals with the cartel's jets.

In Medellín, Captain Boomerang is posing as a drug dealer to make a business deal with Cujo while Vixen and Black Orchid act as Boomerang's "window dressing." But their cover is blown when Cujo has discovered Boomerang's identity after checking his fingerprints through a Interpol informer. The group drop their cover and Vixen chases after Cujo before losing control and breaking the drug lord's neck.

Back at Cujo's fortress, Nightshade and Enchantress have fought their way inside and found the stock of cocaine. But Enchantress, though her magic is kept locked by the necklace, turns on Nightshade as they engage in a fistfight without using their powers. Nightshade ultimately beats Enchantress and forces her to destroy the drugs. After putting Enchantress in a chokehold, Nightshade forces her to change back to June Moone.

The Squad returns to Belle Reve. Colonel Flag has returned from his mission but is not in the mood to talk about it. Vixen is shaken at what she did with Cujo and decides to work for the Squad. Before taking his leave, Speedy tells the Squad that they have only temporarily ended a drug operation and making the other drug lords to step up their production before "things will go back to normal."

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