"Green Lantern: "I, the Jury"": John Stewart testifies before Congress, coming out as the Green Lantern. A congressman claims that John was seen when an F-16 jet fighter got shot out of the sky, damaging a Coast City penthouse apartment and an office building. Jo
- What kind of a mind doesn't put a fail-safe on the airlock?
- — Deadman
Synopsis for Green Lantern: "I, the Jury"
John Stewart testifies before Congress, coming out as the Green Lantern. A congressman claims that John was seen when an F-16 jet fighter got shot out of the sky, damaging a Coast City penthouse apartment and an office building. John denies his presence at the scenes, claiming that Star Sapphire was responsible for the damages. He also claimes that Star Sapphire was after the other Green Lantern, and that he was burying his wife during the incident. He explains that he did not choose to be a Green Lantern and that he was no longer one. Suddenly, Hal's Green Lantern Ring flies in and lands on John's table. Then Carol Ferris enters the room to testify against John. Angry, John puts his ring and screams that she is responsible for the incidents and of his wife's death, then aims his power toward her and suffocates her to death. Everyone looks at him, in horror as he just killed a seemingly innocent woman, and he flies out of the building.
John returns to his apartment in Coast City, intrigued by why Hal's ring approached him. He assumes that Hal must be death or in trouble. When he's about to recharge it, a blast of Star Sapphire's energy brings the building down. She claims the he killed Hal Jordan, and that she knew Hal would send his ring to John. As John reaches the battery, he's horrified to find a dead child among the debris, another innocent killed for being in the way of John Stewart.
Later, John returns to Washington, D.C. and goes to the morgue to find Carol's corpse. She comes alive and claims that the Guardians of Oa took her people, the Zamarons, away and that somebody had to pay for that. When John lashes out that she is not the real queen of the Zamarons, that she's just a "stand-in for the real thing," John realizes that the same applies to him. Unable to keep arguing with Carol, John leaves from the morgue and visits Katma's grave. John takes off his ring and throws it away. Immediately, the police surrounds him, putting him under arrest.
Meanwhile, in another part of the universe, Hal Jordan is chained on the planet Golgotha, stripped of his ring and posing as a living lightning rod.
Appearing in Green Lantern: "I, the Jury"
- United States Congress
- Katma Tui (Mentioned only)
- Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)
- Guardians of Oa (Mentioned only)
- United States of America
- Golgotha (First appearance)
Synopsis for Wild Dog: "Unleashed"
The Time Machine, one of the most popular comic book shops in Quad Cities, was closing for the night. One of the customers, a boy named Bob, had picked up an issue of "Groundhogs from Uranus." Meanwhile, outside of the building were two members of the Legion of Morality. One member spray painted a circle with a cross on the street outside of the shop, while the other one lit up dynamite and threw it into the shop, causing an explosion inside, killing the owner, while injuring Bob and another customer.
Somewhere else in Quad Cities, Jack was meeting with B. Lyle Layman in the latter's apartment. Later on, Jack phoned Andy and informed him that he had gained Layman's trust, only to be informed by his friend that another bookstore had been bombed. Later, Lou, Susan, and Andy were outside of the destroyed building, having little doubt that it was the same group that bombed another bookstore earlier. Next, they spotted the organization's symbol on the road. That night, at Jack's garage, he met up with Andy and insisted that Wild Dog could solve their problem.
Sometime later, on a highway, a truck driver stopped by on the road upon seeing a man who appeared to be changing a tire. The truck driver exited his vehicle and was held at gunpoint by members of the Legion. The Legion had discovered that the driver was transporting magazines, then ordered him to torch them. The driver refused to torch the magazines and was knocked unconscious as a result. Suddenly, Wild Dog drove to their position in his truck and got out, which a Legion member responded by throwing a Molotov, which the vigilante caught and threw back, burning the terrorist alive. Next, two Legion members shot at Wild Dog in the chest, knocking him down.
Appearing in Wild Dog: "Unleashed"
- Legion of Morality
- B. Lyle Layman
- Ed (Dies)
- Owner of the Time Machine (Dies)
- Truck Driver
- Quad Cities
- The Time Machine
- Wheeler's Auto Repair and Customization
- Wild Dog's JATI Submachine Gun
- Wild Dog's Pickup Truck
Synopsis for Secret Six: "Haunts of the Very Rich"
June 24. 2:25 PM. Central Time. Brockton, Kansas. Tony had snuck Mitch and Ladonna onto Elvis Brockman's estate and were assigned to set up a gag. Meanwhile, Luke and Vic had arrived at the Technodyne plant in Tylertown and went to the transformer station to disable their security system. Their gag involved disguising themselves as monsters in order to frighten Brockman. Inside the Technodyne plant, Vic and Luke made their way through, gunning down any guards who posed a problem. Meanwhile, Ladonna and Mitchell continued to frighten Brockman, attempting to gain a confession from him.
Luke and Vic made their way to a room with a computer where the former sent files to Tony regarding Technodyne's acid solution. Next, Luke and Vic climbed a tower with a storage tank where they placed a low-intensity laser projector. Meanwhile, Brockman had fainted and Ladonna and Mitch had his confession on tape. Vic shot a laser at the storage tank, revealing a helicopter. Suddenly, Warren Lichfield and two guards had appeared behind them.
10:36 P.M. Pacific Time.
At the Enchanted Forest of Magic Club in Carmel, two police officers approached Carlo and informed him that his father had been in an aircraft accident and that they weren't sure if he survived, but they had found his driver's license.
Appearing in Secret Six: "Haunts of the Very Rich"
- Elvis Brockman
- Warren Lichfield
- Officer Wheatley
- Sergeant Ferguson
Synopsis for Superman: "Final Escape?"
Superman was chasing down a man who had killed his fellow criminal. He eventually caught up to their car, knocked it off the road, ripped off the hood, and pulled the driver out. Then, the man detonated a bomb which killed himself, destroyed the car, and blew Superman away.
Appearing in Superman: "Final Escape?"
- Charles Culpepper (Dies)
Synopsis for Deadman: "Genie in a Bottle"
The alien space vessel comes to life and smashes through the top of the Mayan pyramid bound for outer space. A CIA agent named Currier is unwittingly trapped inside. Deadman flies into the ship and takes possession of Currier but is unable to redirect the ship's course. Giving up, he returns to Earth where he finds Talaoc hovering above the ruins of his pyramid. With his temple destroyed, Talaoc can no longer maintain his spiritual essence and he fades away. Deadman flies down to the temple ruins where Grace Kasaba has uncovered a cache of hi-tech alien weaponry. He tries to possess her, but finds that he cannot. Kasaba uses the alien tech to capture Deadman and imprison him inside of a glass coffin. She has him shipped back to CIA headquarters in Virginia.
Appearing in Deadman: "Genie in a Bottle"
- Talaoc (Final appearance; dies)
- Currier (Final appearance)
- Fulgencio Flores (Final appearance)
- Alien energy weapon
- Space Ship
Synopsis for Blackhawk: "Another Fine War Part 4"
Blackhawk and Cynthia Hastings flew over Southeast Asia, with the former attempting to have sex with the latter, which she refused. Blackhawk apologized and the two planned to fly to Saigon to visit Andre, who at the moment, was having sex with a woman. Suddenly, Blackhawk and Cynthia encountered gunmen below near a temple and landed the plane. As they exited the plane, they were held at gunpoint by the men and held prisoner. Later, they saw Massié walk in and attempt to seduce the Red Dragon until she whipped him.
Appearing in Blackhawk: "Another Fine War Part 4"
- Andre Blanc-Dumont
- Cynthia Hastings
- Red Dragon (First appearance)
- Robert Massie (First appearance)
- Some magazines that the truck driver transported in "Unleashed" were published by Photo World, Cosmopolitan, and Playboy.