"Hitting the Fan": The Suicide Squad's mission grows even more dire as Enchantress goes completely out of control and bringing the unwanted attention of the Russian military. Flag forces Deadshot to (non-lethally) incapacitate Enchantress. Since Nightshade is still out of range from the train st


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Suicide Squad #6 is an issue of the series Suicide Squad (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1987.

Synopsis for "Hitting the Fan"

The Suicide Squad's mission grows even more dire as Enchantress goes completely out of control and bringing the unwanted attention of the Russian military. Flag forces Deadshot to (non-lethally) incapacitate Enchantress. Since Nightshade is still out of range from the train station at Gorki, the Squad hijack a military truck with a very reluctant Trigorin along, while being chased by the Russians. After losing their pursuers, Nightshade is able to use her powers to transport everyone to Gorki but her powers are starting to strain her.

By the time they return to the American embassy, the Squad explain their situation to their handlers. Leonard Twilliby, the under-secretary to the US ambassador, is furious at them for creating an international incident and stating that they must surrender themselves to the Russian authorities, or if they don't then the American government will turn them in.

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  • Red Army
    • Misha (Single appearance)
    • Vassily (Single appearance)

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Notes

  • This story is reprinted in the trade paperback Suicide Squad: Trial By Fire.



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