Suicide Squad Most Wanted: Katana

Suicide Squad Most Wanted Katana One of the stars of s blockbuster film Suicide Squad get her own solo graphic novel Katana Katana s trademark weapon her sword christened with the name Soultaker has always been a mysterious b

  • Title: Suicide Squad Most Wanted: Katana
  • Author: Mike W. Barr
  • ISBN: 9781401264642
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback
  • One of the stars of 2016 s blockbuster film Suicide Squad, get her own solo graphic novel Katana Katana s trademark weapon, her sword christened with the name Soultaker, has always been a mysterious blade However, one of the world s most dangerous superhumans needs to know about Soultaker s origin if she s going to have any hope of controlling the sword instead ofOne of the stars of 2016 s blockbuster film Suicide Squad, get her own solo graphic novel Katana Katana s trademark weapon, her sword christened with the name Soultaker, has always been a mysterious blade However, one of the world s most dangerous superhumans needs to know about Soultaker s origin if she s going to have any hope of controlling the sword instead of falling under its influence Dr Helga Jace, a Markovian astrophysicist, may be able to shed some light but before Katana can get the info, Kobra s forces attack Prepare for Summer 2016 s biggest blockbuster film with SUICIDE SQUAD MOST WANTED KATANA, written Mike W Barr, returning to the character he co created in the 1980s, with art by Diogenes Neves

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    About “Mike W. Barr

    • Mike W. Barr

      Mike W Barr is an American writer of comic books, and mystery, and science fiction novels Barr s debut as a comics professional came in DC Comics Detective Comics 444 Dec 1974 Jan 1975 , for which he wrote an 8 page back up mystery feature starring the Elongated Man Another Elongated Man story followed in Detective Comics 453 November 1975 He wrote text articles and editorial replies in letter columns for the next few years By mid 1980 he was writing regularly for both DC and Marvel, including stories for Marvel Team Up, Mystery in Space, Green Lantern, and various Batman titles.Legion of Super Heroes 277 July 1981 saw him take on editorial duties at DC, while writing issues of DC s Star Trek comic, for whom he created the native American character Ensign Bearclaw and a pacifist Klingon named Konom In December 1982, he and artist Brian Bolland began Camelot 3000, a 12 issue limited series that was one of DC Comics first direct market projects In August 1983, Barr created what may well be his most enduring work, the monthly title Batman and the Outsiders with art by Jim Aparo Barr wrote every issue of the original series, and its Baxter paper spinoff, The Outsiders.His other comics work includes Mantra and Maze Agency as well as the 1987 OGN hardcover book Batman Son of the Demon with art by Jerry Bingham , proceeds from which reputedly restored DC Comics to first place in sales after fifteen years This title, and Barr s work on Batman with artist Alan Davis have been cited by Grant Morrison as key inspirations for his recent 2006 run on the Batman title.In 2007, he wrote a two part story for the pages of DC s JLA Classified 47 48, Jan Feb 2008 , returned to the Outsiders with Outsiders Five of a Kind Katana Shazam 1 Oct 2007 , contributed to Tokyopop s Star Trek The Manga, and relaunched Maze Agency at IDW Publishing He has also scripted many of Bongo Comics Simpsons titles, including a Christmas story for 2010.In May 2010, the Invisible College Press published Barr s science fiction fantasy novel, Majician 51, about the discoveries of a scientist working at Area 51.

    486 thoughts on “Suicide Squad Most Wanted: Katana

    • Bad. Just so bad.There was honestly nothing about this that I would recommend to anyone. The dialogue was grating, cliche, and super clunky. I mean, justwow. Have you ever seen little kids playing with action figures, and then listen to them make them talk? Yeah. Well, this comic sounded like that.Don't believe me? Here's an actual conversation:"Fight Blackadders! Or this blade will taste your blood!Excuse meOr do not! Either way that blade is mine!Akkkk!Touch that sword again and die! Actually, [...]


    • The Good: Mike W. Barr created Katana, Halo, and Geoforce (Prince Brion) as part of the Outsiders back in the 80's.The Bad: Unfortunately, this isn't the Outsiders or the 80's. This is utter schlock. Terrible dialogue, awful story, I'm surprised we didn't hear any maniacal laughter out of Kobra. The Ugly: Pretty much everything about this book is ugly. So, so bad


    • This collected edition is dedicated to the memory of artist and co-creator Jim Aparo, and !@#$ if it didn't make me miss his work. This fine artist has a pleasing style, different and more superheroic than Aparo's almost Milton Caniff-inspired illustrations. Characters familiar from (1980s-90s) Batman & the Outsiders reappear here, reintroduced in new DC continuity. I will say Halo is more interesting, less dour, than her original version. Covers by Cary Nord are great. I have missed scripts [...]


    • This was my first Katana comic I do not know much about her besides that she looked badass in the suicide squad trailer. The story was just ok to me, although I did like Katana's character (she IS badass) I like the part with Anna and the cat.



    • Not what I was expecting. I was excited that my library had this book. I'm intrigued by Katana as a character, her interesting backstory. I think she was underused in the Suicide Squad movie. So, I jumped into this book headfirst. Katana is on a side mission to extract a scientist from a wartorn region and ends up in the middle of a civil war, and of all things, protecting innocents who can't fight for themselves.It was interesting, and it was cool to see Katana as the main character, but I thin [...]


    • **Actual review 2.5**Gonna take a moment to talk about the DC Cinematic Universe and MCU here. Marvel have yet to put together an anti-hero group but considering how cohesive they've made their universe I feel like there's only a slim chance that it'll flop. DC however created Suicide Squad and introduced characters that haven't previously had their own films (focusing on the cinema first). The Joker and Harley Quinn are the most famous out of the group and even then I can't recall Harley featur [...]


    • I received a copy of this book through the First to Read program in the hopes that I would leave an honest review.So I don't read a lot of graphic novels, I've mentioned that before, because I find they just don't really appeal to me all that much, but sometimes I win them, and when I win them, I feel like I should read them (especially since they are much faster to read than novels.) I was really hoping this book would be an exception for me because I really enjoyed Suicide Squad, but I just d [...]




    • Katana goes to the country of Markovia to find a woman who may help her uncover more of the secrets of the Soultaker, a Katana blade that captures the souls of those it kills. But even as Katana arrives, Markovia is in the middle of an invasion by Kobra and his forces - and their intent is to capture the same woman Katana came to meet.This is really a pretty unabashed attempt to cash in on the fact that Katana is in the Suicide Squad movie. This seems to be the first time she meets the Squad, an [...]


    • Great artwork and story keep the reader's attention. It was awesome to see a host of other DC heroines aka villains: Harley Quinn, Enchantress, Battle Axe, Halo, etc.


    • This was, at best, a middle-of-the-line comic story with lots of fight scenes and fluffy content. Even though I have reservations about DC and especially the Suicide Squad (having not seen the movie), I was curious what would happen with Katana when given her own story. I came sort of liking Katana as a character, but she deserves better than what DC is willing to give her. Katana got wrapped up in saving the country of Markovia after being tasked with bailing out a head scientist from there, wi [...]


    • Okay action beat them up story.My issues are with the idea that is slipped in that Katana, a very Japanese character in current form, is thinking and speaking to her dead husband in English. It's a subtle thing that "doesn't fit".


    • Enjoyed this a bit more than the first one, this has more depth and action, here's to hoping it'd continue to improve at this rate to the the rest.


    • I fell in love with Katana when reading the New 52 Birds of Prey run, so when she was announced for the Suicide Squad movie, I was delighted. This would mean more merchandise (since last summer I have purchased both her Pop! Figure and Moopez doll!) and maybe even a solo series. While I was disappointed with the movie, and her role in it, I was pleased with this book. While it was easy to grow tired of the phrase, “my name is that of my weapon, Katana,” the rest of the story was pleasurable [...]


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