SUICIDE SQUAD MOST WANTED #1-5 (Jai Nitz, Michael Moreci / Cliff Richards, Oscar Bazaldua)

L’éditeur DC Comics poursuit l’aventure Suicide Squad Most Wanted avec la publication, en août, du premier numéro d’une nouvelle mini-série consacrée aux vilains El Diablo et Boomerang.

Le premier récit de Jai Nitz et Cliff Richards voit le truand pyromane El Diablo être libéré de prison, au grand déplaisir d’Amanda Waller. De retour dans son quartier natal, il découvre qu’un gangster menace les résidents et sa famille.

Dans le deuxième récit en deux parties concocté par Michael Moreci et Oscar Bazaldua, Boomerang a été séparé de l’équipe suite à l’échec d’une mission où ils devaient descendre un dictateur. Il doit maintenant survivre seul derrière les lignes ennemies.

Précisons que le film Suicide Squad de David Ayers sort le même mois.

[quote]SUICIDE SQUAD MOST WANTED: EL DIABLO AND BOOMERANG #1
Written by JAI NITZ and MICHAEL MORECI
Art by CLIFF RICHARDS and OSCAR BAZALDUA • Covers by MIKE HUDDLESTON
Retailers: This issue will ship with two covers. Please see the order form for details.
From the pages of SUICIDE SQUAD comes an all-new series featuring two of the team’s most infamous heroes, El Diablo and Boomerang! First, a sudden pardon frees the fiery El Diablo from Belle Reve prison, much to the shock (and irritation) of team leader Amanda Waller. Chato returns to his old neighborhood to reunite with his family, but when he’s attacked by a heavily armed local gang and their leader, the deadly, super-powered Bloodletter, will his freedom and his life get cut dramatically short?
Meanwhile, in the first chapter of two-part tale written by Michael Moreci (from DC’s Writers Workshop program) with art by Oscar Bazaldua, Boomerang and the Squad embark on a mission to take down a ruthless dictator within a small, unstable Central American nation, but when the mission goes awry, the Squad must jump in a helicopter and flee as all hell breaks loose. But amid the chaos, the team realizes one of them was accidentally left behind: Boomerang! How can he stay alive long enough to be rescued when a whole army wants him dead?
On sale AUGUST 10 • 48 pg, FC, $4.99 US • RATED T+[/quote]

[quote]Suicide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo and Boomerang #1

Story by
Jai Nitz, Michael Moreci
Art by
Cliff Richards, Scott Hanna, Oscar Bazaldua
Colors by
Hi-Fi, Beth Sotelo
Letters by
Josh Reed, A Larger World
Cover by
Mike Huddleston, Rico Renzi
Publisher
DC Comics

Cover Price:
$4.99
Release Date
Aug 10th, 2016

From the pages of SUICIDE SQUAD comes an all-new series featuring two of the team’s most infamous heroes, El Diablo and Boomerang! First, a sudden pardon frees the fiery El Diablo from Belle Reve prison, much to the shock (and irritation) of team leader Amanda Waller. Chato returns to his old neighborhood to reunite with his family, but when he’s attacked by a heavily armed local gang and their leader, the deadly, super-powered Bloodletter, will his freedom and his life get cut dramatically short?

Meanwhile, in the first chapter of two-part tale written by Michael Moreci (from DC’s Writers Workshop program) with art by Oscar Bazaldua, Boomerang and the Squad embark on a mission to take down a ruthless dictator within a small, unstable Central American nation, but when the mission goes awry, the Squad must jump in a helicopter and flee as all hell breaks loose. But amid the chaos, the team realizes one of them was accidentally left behind: Boomerang! How can he stay alive long enough to be rescued when a whole army wants him dead?
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[quote]Suicide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo & Boomerang #2

Written by: Michael Moreci, Jai Nitz
Art by: Oscar Bazaldua, Cliff Richards
Cover by: Mike Huddleston

Freed from Belle Reve prison and the ever-dangerous life as a member of the Suicide Squad, Chato Santana, a.k.a. El Diablo, finds himself on a new team, Checkmate, fighting alongside teammates like Uncle Sam and other meta-humans in the employ of the United States government. But when the team’s hunt for the creator of some mysterious tech leads them to Metropolis, El Diablo finds much more then he bargained for when he faces off against the soul-sucking Parasite! Meanwhile, Boomerang, separated from the rest of the Suicide Squad, must accept help from a young girl to escape the clutches of a Latin American dictator known as El Jaguar, who, along with his army of meta-humans, would love nothing more than to see Boomerang dead!

U.S. Price: 4.99
On Sale Date: Sep 21 2016[/quote]

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[quote]Suicide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo and Killer Croc #4

Written by Christopher Sebela and Jai Nitz.
Art by Brian Level and Cliff Richards.
Colors by Beth Sotelo and Hi-Fi.
Letters by Josh Reed and A Larger World.
Cover by Mike Huddleston and Rico Renzi.

Bad dudes doing the best they can. Only this time, they’re doing it for the common good. They’re the Suicide Squad, and if you only saw some of the things they’ve been through just to keep us safe at night, you’d likely buy them a drink.

Killer Croc and El Diablo have some stuff to work through. So you know things are about to get messy.

$4.99 | T+ | NOVEMBER 16[/quote]

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[quote=“Jack!”]L’éditeur DC Comics poursuit l’aventure Suicide Squad Most Wanted avec la publication, en août, du premier numéro d’une nouvelle mini-série consacrée aux vilains El Diablo et Boomerang.

Le premier récit de Jai Nitz et Cliff Richards voit le truand pyromane El Diablo être libéré de prison, au grand déplaisir d’Amanda Waller. De retour dans son quartier natal, il découvre qu’un gangster menace les résidents et sa famille…][/quote]

[size=150]J[/size]'avais été épaté par le travail de Jai Nitz sur la série Dream Thief (Pour en savoir +), et revoir son nom sur une couverture - associé qui plus est à celui de **Michael Moreci **(Pour en savoir +) - m’a convaincu de jeter un œil attentif à cette nouvelle publication.

… La partie consacrée à El Diablo est très convaincante. En 22 planches, le scénariste pose son personnage, et un contexte en arrière-plan des plus intéressant. Si le reste de la mini-série tient les promesses que mon horizon d’attente suggère, je pense que je devrais passer un bon moment.

… **[size=150]E[/size]**h bien les deux numéros suivants sont vraiment sympas.

Jai Nitz n’hésite pas à inventer dès le deuxième numéro un nouveau personnage (il est déjà le co-créateur d’El Diablo alias Chato Santana) et tire son scénario du côté du folklore mexicain, ce qui est loin de me déplaire : ça donne un côté exotique et très rafraîchissant. Il joue bien du motif dont ressortent les deux organisations (rivales) en présence ; bref tout cela avance vite et sans ennui.
Une bien belle découverte que ce SUICIDE SQUAD MOST WANTED: EL DIABLO. :slight_smile:

Cliff Richards le dessinateur, tente quelques mise en page “expérimentales” plutôt sympas (même si pas totalement abouties à mon goût), même s’il n’utilise pas assez de cases par planche.
Si parfois cela s’explique aisément par le rythme de ce qui se déroule dans le scénario, d’autre fois (le plus souvent) ça doit plus répondre à des impératifs de production plutôt qu’à des choix de storytelling. Mais dans l’ensemble, grâce au scénario, ça tient bien la route.

(***À suivre …***)

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[quote]SUICIDE SQUAD MOST WANTED: EL DIABLO AND AMANDA WALLER #5

Written by: Jai Nitz, Vita Ayala.

Art by: Cliff Richards, Matt Merhoff.

Cover by: Mike Huddleston.

Description: El Diablo, Azucar and Xolotl fight a Suicide Squad reloaded! It’s a bad-guy battle that only gets more complicated when the heroes arrive! El Diablo and his friends barely escape only to be trapped by Deadshot! And, in a tale starring Amanda Waller, the Wall is back in her role as deprogrammer and tasked with cracking a catatonic agent who has vital intel on the Squad’s current mission. The clock is ticking when Amanda finds herself exposed to a toxin that may take her, and the whole team, down the rabbit hole.

Pages: 48.

Price: $4.99.

In stores: Dec. 21. [/quote]

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