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A page from Suicide Squad #29 (2017), DC Comics Rob Williams, Barnaby Bagenda/DC Comics

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The Suicide Squad has to fight zombie robots and a giant moon monster

For the sake of humanity and also not getting your brain exploded

The adventures of the Suicide Squad never end — no matter how much their name might imply otherwise, or how much individual members would like them to. Because, you know, of the brain bombs.

Lately, after a robotic spider assassin tried to kill Amanda Waller, the Suicide Squad tracked it to the Moon and discovered the still-living members of the original post-war Suicide Squad, made immortal by space radiation. Aren’t comics great?

Captain Rick Flag (our Flag’s granddad) and Dr. Karin Grace have been trapped in their secret Moon base since the ’60s in order to guard the dormant remains of a giant monster that could wipe out all of humanity. But that monster is waking up, and now they’ve lured the current Suicide Squad up to the Moon and taken control of their brain bombs in order to force them to go on a mission to make sure the monster never escapes.

And that’s where this six page preview of Suicide Squad #29, courtesy of DC Comics, picks up: Half the Suicide Squad on a risky Moon mission, the other half fighting zombie robots in an abandoned airfield. Enjoy!

Suicide Squad #29 is written by Rob Williams and drawn by Barnaby Bagenda, and will hit shelves on Nov. 8.

A page from Suicide Squad #29 (2017), DC Comics Rob Williams, Barnaby Bagenda/DC Comics
A page from Suicide Squad #29 (2017), DC Comics Rob Williams, Barnaby Bagenda/DC Comics
A page from Suicide Squad #29 (2017), DC Comics Rob Williams, Barnaby Bagenda/DC Comics
A page from Suicide Squad #29 (2017), DC Comics Rob Williams, Barnaby Bagenda/DC Comics
A page from Suicide Squad #29 (2017), DC Comics Rob Williams, Barnaby Bagenda/DC Comics
A page from Suicide Squad #29 (2017), DC Comics Rob Williams, Barnaby Bagenda/DC Comics
Cover of Sucide Squad #29 (2017), DC Comics
The cover of Suicide Squad #29
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Variant cover for Suicide Squad #29 (2017), DC Comics
Variant cover for Suicide Squad #29
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