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"The Janus Directive, Part 10 of 11: Endgame": The attack on the Kobra Cult’s spaceship is continuing from Checkmate #18. Manhunter has been found and he details the Kobra Cult’s superweapon. This information causes Sarge Steel to send a nuclear missile but Firestorm intercepts it and transm

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Suicide Squad #30 is an issue of the series Suicide Squad (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1989.

Synopsis for "The Janus Directive, Part 10 of 11: Endgame"

The attack on the Kobra Cult’s spaceship is continuing from Checkmate #18. Manhunter has been found and he details the Kobra Cult’s superweapon. This information causes Sarge Steel to send a nuclear missile but Firestorm intercepts it and transmutes it into something harmless. The Cult’s leader gets captured by Manhunter, the weapon is stopped, and the civilians are saved. By the end, the only member alive from the Force of July is Major Victory.

The continuation of the mystery of people being pied in the face at Belle Reve continues.

The second epilogue is a meeting between president George H. W. Bush, Sarge Steel, General Eiling, Harry Stein, and Amanda Waller. He decides Sarge Steel is assigned to the President’s cabinet and will ultimately be in charge of all metahuman covert programs with the rest of the table reporting to him. Sarge Steel will keep being the head of CBI. General Eiling will keep being in charge of the Atom Project. Task Force X is dissolved. Checkmate will be made into its own organization headed by Harry Stein. Project Peacemaker is folded into Checkmate. Amanda Waller is demoted to probationary head of the Suicide Squad. The president is upset that she never reported to the president about the Janus Directive.

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