- Waller. She finds out everything eventually. She'll find out I'm here. I don't know how, but she will. And she'll come get me. Assuming she's still alive. Assuming I'm still alive when she does.
- -- Rick Flag
Appearing in "Allies"Edit
Synopsis for "Allies"Edit
Rick Flag and Rustam are stranded in Skartaris and are forced to work together. After fighting through a bevy of dinosaurs and other monsters, they come to a temple where they discover the sorceress Jennifer Morgan. No longer requiring the aid of the other, Flag and Rustam have their final fight. Flag proves victorious and strangles his old adversary. He takes Rustam's weapon, the Psi-Scimitar, for himself. Jennifer Morgan opens a dimensional portal that returns Rick Flag to Earth. However, he arrives in the middle of a Quraci military base and is taken prisoner. Flag spends three years in prison until Amanda Waller finally learns that he is still alive and sends the Bronze Tiger to retrieve him. When he returns to the States, he finds that the Suicide Squad has gone through several permutations. Waller asks Flag to re-instate his command of the new Suicide Squad and sweetens the offer by telling him that he gets to go after another old foe - General Wade Eiling.
- This issue shipped on November 14th, 2007.
- The tagline to this issue is "Dangerous Allies".
- Includes DC Nation #87 editorial by Dan DiDio.
- Rick Flag refers to Owen Mercer as "Boomerbutt, Jr." in this issue. Boomerbutt was Amanda Waller's pet name for Captain Boomerang (Digger Harkness) in the first Suicide Squad comic series.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- Suicide Squad article at Wikipedia
- Suicide Squad at Cosmic Teams
- Suicide Squad (Volume 3) series index at the Grand Comics Database
- Suicide Squad (Volume 3) series index at Comicbookdb.com
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks