In this exclusive preview of Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn gets rather miffed

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Courtesy of DC Comics, here's an exclusive sneak peek of next week's issue of Suicide Squad. In this six-page preview, Harley Quinn learns the "truth" about the object of her affections. Also, El Diablo mixes mouth-to-mouth resuscitation with fire-breathing. Dangerous!

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This issue hits stores Wednesday, December 14. Here's the plot synopsis:

Suicide Squad #4
Written by Adam Glass
Art by Federico Dallachio
Cover by Dan Panosian

The body count rises! Another Squad member falls – but not the way you might expect! Betrayal follows betrayal as Captain Boomerang joins the Squad in a smash-and-grab against the terrorist organization Kobra, and Harley Quinn shows why you should never, ever recruit Squad members from Arkham Asylum. Brace yourself for a last-page shocker the likes of which the Squad has never faced before!

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DISCUSSION

While it's *certainly* taken some getting used to, I'm one of those that had come to genuinely enjoy and appreciate *most* of DC's New 52. Obviously, I'm not loving all of it (half to admit, I'm one of those that just found Redhood's Starfire insanely too slutty, even for a Geek, like me, that's got sex on the brain quite often. Oh, and the book's writing sucks)

However, Action Comics, Batman, Wonder Woman, Justice League, Justice League Dark (My favorite. I'm a addict for Magic in the DCU) Catwoman, Supergirl, and Suicide Squad are all books I look forward to picking up on my tablet each month. While they've still got some kinks to work out, for sure, most of the redesigns have hit the right cord with me. Almost all of them perfectly fit the 21st century and they're respective characters, with a few exceptions. Honestly, I think Harley's attire is an improvement, though it's basically the one used in the Batman Live Arena show. Paul Dini is a gift from God, but his initial Harlequin/Jester design should have gone away with the 90s. Frankly, I'm rather partial to her Arkham City look.

Regardless, as has been pointed out, there's still a really good chance the entire Universe will be restored to it's previous state, with only some minor revisions to costumes (looking at you Superman. Thank the Siegel Estate for that freaking lawsuit which started this whole thing...) so, for those not loving the new direction, you still might get what you consider the superior DCU back in the near future. For now, I'd say try to find something to enjoy and ride it out.