Suicide Squad Canceled With January's #50... Just in Time for an Azzarello Relaunch?

Suicide Squad Canceled With January’s #50… Just in Time for an Azzarello Relaunch?

Posted by October 15, 2018 Comment

The pieces are falling into place for another Bleeding Cool rumour to come true, meaning Bleeding Cool’s Rumourmonger-in-Chief Rich Johnston, even though he’s currently sleeping, is currently rubbing his fingers together and sleep-whispering… pip pip!

Suicide Squad #50 is listed as the final issue for the series in DC’s January solicitations, which seems like a poor time for a cancelation, what with James Gunn reportedly signing on to write the Suicide Squad movie sequel. Then again, it’s never a bad time for a relaunch, and #50 is a nice round number to soak in anniversary issue sales before relaunching with even bigger sales for a brand new #1.

With Brian Azzarello writing, as Bleeding Cool predicted? Perhaps we’ll learn more soon.

Check out the final issue solicit for Suicide Squad #50 below.

SUICIDE SQUAD #50
written by ROB WILLIAMS
art by DIOGENES NEVES and SCOTT HANNA
cover by JIM LEE and SCOTT WILLIAMS
variant cover by FRANCESCO MATTINA
The infection in Temho Me4ta prison spreads, and cannot be allowed to reach the surface. The Suicide Squad is all that stands in the way of a global pandemic. It’s line-in-the-sand time: Will the Squad be forced to live up to its name? Don’t miss this extra-sized anniversary issue!
ON SALE 01.16.19
$4.99 US | 48 PAGES
FC | RATED T+
FINAL ISSUE
This issue will ship with two covers.
Please see the order form for details.

(Last Updated October 15, 2018 10:30 pm )

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