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"The Flight of the Firebird": Zoya Trigorin, a Russian writer imprisoned unjustly, must be released and the Squad depart for the Soviet Union. Simon Lagrieve reminds June Moone about her past as Enchantress, and her involvement with the Forgotten Villains. In prison, the Suicide Squad discover t


Quote1 How lovely to be free again. Each time I'm released I get just the teensiest bit stronger. Soon you won't be able to get rid of me. And then we'll settle a few old scores, hmm? Quote2
-- Enchantress



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Synopsis for "The Flight of the Firebird"

Zoya Trigorin, a Russian writer imprisoned unjustly, must be released and the Squad depart for the Soviet Union. Simon Lagrieve reminds June Moone about her past as Enchantress, and her involvement with the Forgotten Villains. In prison, the Suicide Squad discover that Zoya does not want to be released and the team is discovered.



Notes

  • This story is reprinted in the trade paperback Suicide Squad: Trial By Fire.

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  • The Forgotten Villains are mentioned in this story, but the events in DC Comics Presents #77-78 (only appearance of the group until then) may have been different in the Post-Crisis.



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