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"The First and Last Mission of Suicide Zero": Amanda Waller briefs the original Suicide Squad on their mission in Jangsun. Despite their dictator they were no threat until the Jangsun Gods appeared and threatened US safety. The Suicide Squad work their way masterf

Quote1.png This is madness, Waller. I've been a good soldier for you, but these...things... they're criminals... or worse. They cannot be controlled. Quote2.png
Rustam

Suicide Squad (Volume 5) #9 is an issue of the series Suicide Squad (Volume 5) with a cover date of March, 2017. It was published on January 11, 2017.

Synopsis for "The First and Last Mission of Suicide Zero"

Amanda Waller briefs the original Suicide Squad on their mission in Jangsun. Despite their dictator they were no threat until the Jangsun Gods appeared and threatened US safety. The Suicide Squad work their way masterfully toward the "Gods" and effortlessly slaughter them; an unforeseen issue arises when thousands of civilians fall dead after one of their gods do. Although Waller attempts to stop them, the Suicide Squad continue; slaughtering each of the new "Gods" and the civilians in tow.

The Squad find Dictator Young stood near a machine they call a God-Engine which has the power to use human life as fuel to make these new Gods, Waller demands its destruction but Cyclotron suggests using it instead. Rustam and Lobo walk away but a contract from Waller to kill Cyclotron has Lobo run back in to kill the living bomb who begins to go critical and explodes.

Sifting through the carnage Waller finds her team relatively unharmed - except for Cyclotron - and returns them to their cells, certain that her Suicide Squad experiment was a success.

Appearing in "The First and Last Mission of Suicide Zero"

Featured Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Saturn Girl (Mentioned only)
  • King of Tears (Mentioned only)
  • Polaris' father (Mentioned only)
  • Jangsun Civilians (Many die.)

Locations:

Items:

  • The God-Engine

Vehicles:

  • Military Ships
  • Military Carrier

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