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TEAM 7 #0

• Threads of the entire DC Universe collide in this new series set in the early days of The New 52 from writer Justin Jordan (The Strange Talents of Luther Strode).

• As Superman emerges, so too does the world’s counter measures against him and his kind!

• Dinah Lance, Amanda Waller, Steve Trevor, John Lynch, Alex Fairchild, Cole Cash, Slade Wilson are Team 7 – and their story will change everything you know about The New 52!

Written by Justin Jordan
Art by Jesús Merino

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.2%


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Avg Rating: 3.4
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  1. John Lynch was also the handler in Sleeper, right?

  2. Worth a shot. One.

  3. This seems like a WildC.A.T.s stand in but it hasn’t stopped persistent rumors of a WildC.A.T.s book next wave.

    I’m curious how the two could co-exist

  4. That logo…

  5. I like the artist, premise, and have heard good things about the writer, but those costumes… maybe I’ll just get used to them.

  6. “Slade Wilson”? No mask on? You don’t look a Deathstroke in the mouth, or something. G.I. Joe lets Snake Eyes keep his mask and eccentricities, this would be stronger with Deathstroke as Deathstroke.

  7. I will give this series a try. I like Amanda Waller in Suicide Squad.

  8. I’m down for this. I like that this somehow ties the rest of the DCU together. Not a huge fan of war/espionage/big gun comics, but there’s enough here to intrigue me. But agree with a few others…one shot to hook me.

  9. Giving it a chance for Dinah and the author. Loved Luther Strode.

  10. I’ll give it a try. I think I’ve dropped enough title to slip in an issue at least.

  11. Loved this issue… very simple, introduce each of the characters, now let’s get onto the bigger story.

  12. Not bad but its not enough to keep me around. Only have room for 10 books in my pull list and this wasnt enough to dethrone another book.

  13. I came into this one with very low expectations, but really enjoyed the heck out of it.

    I love “building the team” issues, and I thought this one was particularly well done.

    Jesus Merino seems a better fit here, than in the Supes titles. I have no previous experience with the writer, and was pleasantly surprised.

    Solid stuff.

  14. I thought I’d give it a go but was kind of hoping it would be a bit rubbish as I can’t really afford to get anymore books. But it was annoyingly good. Damn you DC.

  15. I picked it up but it’s not for me. Not really a fan of the people on the team so I’m moving on. I can see how people would like it though.

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