I made some good finds recently in some $1 bins. First I found Countdown 39 which was part of this on going series in the old DCU that covered multiple story arcs with numerous characters and teams. What it all culminated to I'm not sure to be honest but I do know it featured the Suicide Squad here and there. During the Countdown series (as in other titles like Gotham Underground and Checkmate) we see The Squad hunting down meta criminals in order to have them sent off to a prison planet via boom tube technology (Operation Salvation Run). In this particular issue The Penguin who is now a restaurant owner pretends to provide safe haven to The Trickster and The Pied Piper but sells them out to The Squad shortly there after.
Isn't that one of the coolest pieces of Bronze Tiger clip art you've ever scene? He looks Hella bad ass here this makes me wanna go pump some iron. However, Trickster and Piper manage to elude capture and it wouldn't be the first time. Deadshot in particular starts getting really pissed about that and eventually catches up with them on his own and kills The Trickster as seen in a previous posting: http://suicidesquadtaskforcex.blogspot.com/2011/08/countdown-22-trickster-in-line-of.html
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I was also able to pick Superboy #13 and 14 (1995) which are the final two issues that complete the "Watery Grave" story arc in which Superboy and The Suicide Squad team up in order to invade and take down the under water headquarters of a criminal organization (Silicon Dragons) that deals in stolen high tech. A while back I found issue #12 in the same $1 bins you can see that posting here: http://suicidesquadtaskforcex.blogspot.com/2012/01/suicide-squad-watery-grave-captain.html