"Green Lantern: "The List"": Hal Jordan arrives at what's left of John Stewart's building. Assuming Star Sapphire is responsible for this attack, he wonders if John survived. Before he gets the chance to ask the pedestrians what happened, t
Action Comics #606 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1988.
- 1 Synopsis for Green Lantern: "The List"
- 2 Appearing in Green Lantern: "The List"
- 3 Synopsis for Secret Six: "The Sins of the Father..."
- 4 Appearing in Secret Six: "The Sins of the Father..."
- 5 Synopsis for Deadman: "This is Hell"
- 6 Appearing in Deadman: "This is Hell"
- 7 Synopsis for Superman: "The True Believer"
- 8 Appearing in Superman: "The True Believer"
- 9 Synopsis for Wild Dog: "Stop the Presses"
- 10 Appearing in Wild Dog: "Stop the Presses"
- 11 Synopsis for Blackhawk: "Another Fine War Part 6"
- 12 Appearing in Blackhawk: "Another Fine War Part 6"
- 13 Notes
- 14 Trivia
- 15 See Also
- 16 Recommended Reading
- 17 Links and References
Synopsis for Green Lantern: "The List"
Hal Jordan arrives at what's left of John Stewart's building. Assuming Star Sapphire is responsible for this attack, he wonders if John survived. Before he gets the chance to ask the pedestrians what happened, they run terrified of him. As the street clears, Hal finds a newspaper dropped in the ground and finds out John was accused of murdering Carol.
Hal talks to John through the phone, and he briefs him about what happened during the trial, and about Carol faking her death. John urges Hal to find and stop her quickly and warns him to not call him again.
Hal starts to feel his life is coming apart and needs to find balance. After being brushed off by Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent, Hal decides to ask Green Arrow for advice, who tells him to go forward and stop being sorry about the past, that they are not the same men they were years ago. He then leaves Hal alone, suggesting him to get a life.
Appearing in Green Lantern: "The List"
Synopsis for Secret Six: "The Sins of the Father..."
June 25. 7:30 A.M. Pacific Time. Police Sergeant Ferguson was at the Carmel Police Station in Carmel, California discussing the plane crash when Mr. Mannering from the National Transportation Safety Board and Agent Sifaki from the F.B.I. arrived to take over the investigation. 8:08 A.M. At the Enchanted Forest Magic Club. Rafael was still heartbroken over the apparent death of his father. Gus, the owner decided to close the shop until further notice. June 25. The Secret Six were meeting in their headquarters in San Francisco, reflecting on their mission at the Technodyne plant and about how they got people killed. They were attempting to access a computer when their access got restricted. Meanwhile, at the club owner's house, the owner and Rafael received a package with a watch with a message from Mockingbird, who was also informing the Secret Six that Elvis Brockman was under court-ordered psychiatric observation and his plant had been destroyed. Next, he ordered the team to not leave San Francisco. Meanwhile, the club owner asked Rafael why he would get him involved with the missions, which the latter responded that he needed help.
Later that night, an intruder broke into the warehouse and attacked the team.
Appearing in Secret Six: "The Sins of the Father..."
- Carmel Police Department
- Sergeant Ferguson
- Captain Wheatley
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Agent Sifaki
- Mister Mannering
- Gus, owner of the Enchanted Forest Magic Club
- San Francisco
- M. Byrd and Associates Inc. warehouse
- Enchanted Forest Magic Club
- Carmel Police Headquarters
- San Francisco
- Technodyne plant
- Technodyne plant
Synopsis for Deadman: "This is Hell"
Deadman found himself in front of an evil spirit, who was apparently the Devil, in Hell. Deadman asked the Devil why he was male, so in response, the latter transformed into a woman and claimed that all wickedness was male, then grabbed him with his/her long tongue and slammed him into the ground before Deadman and the Devil continued their tour of Hell. Eventually, he encountered D.B. Cooper, who claimed that Beelzebub had tricked him and brought him to Hell. Cooper continued Deadman's tour of Hell until they boarded a train, before dismounting and trekking through a desert until reaching a mountain and beginning to plan their escape from Hell.
Appearing in Deadman: "This is Hell"
- D.B. Cooper
Synopsis for Superman: "The True Believer"
A young man was on his knees before Superman, thankful for him saving his life. Then, the young man got up and insisted that he repaid the favor. Superman asked who he was and why did three gunmen want to kill him. The man identified himself as Bob Galt, who claimed that the gunmen were sent to "end his mission to contact their savior, Superman." The policeman with them scoffed, but Bob claimed that Superman should not be called anything but savior due to his godlike powers and standing for justice. However, Superman claimed that he was not God and that he should go to the policemen for more help before taking off and flying away.
Appearing in Superman: "The True Believer"
- Bob Galt
- Police Department
Synopsis for Wild Dog: "Stop the Presses"
In the offices of Moline News, the editor turned down Godder's article on the Legion of Morality, claiming that it was the third day in a row for implying that the Legion of Morality was responsible for the bookstore bombings without any proof. Meanwhile, Jack was at the hotel, talking to Layman, who informed him that they would be attacking Moline News that night because they had been "unkind" to them and were publishing advertisements for "adult" bookstores and movie theaters. Layman said that Jack would get a uniform after the mission and that the latter would be a lookout in case any police arrive while their men are still inside. Then, Layman went to establish an alibi.
Later, on the Legion attacked a printing factory while the Task Force leader ordered Jack to keep a lookout for the police, while the terrorists set thermite charges. Suddenly, Jack came inside as Wild Dog and choked a terrorist from behind before running to a bucket of paint and using it, along with a roll of canvas paper to knock down the terrorists. Then, the task force leader ordered his men to shoot Wild Dog.
Appearing in Wild Dog: "Stop the Presses"
- Legion of Morality
- B. Lyle Layman
- Task force leader
- Moline News editor
- Quad Cities
- Moline News building
- Moline News building
Synopsis for Blackhawk: "Another Fine War Part 6"
Continued from the previous issue, Blackhawk and Cynthia were having dinner with Red Dragon, when he claimed that people would eventually find her base of operations and shut it down. Then, Robert Massie attacked Blackhawk with a knife until the latter defeated the former in a brief fight. Then, Blackhawk followed Red Dragon. Meanwhile, Massie went to Cynthia's room, where he confronted her about her search for the treasure and informed her that Blackhawk would fall in love with Red Dragon. Then, Massie said that he wanted to join Blackhawk and Cynthia in escaping, because he feared that Red Dragon would cast him off. Meanwhile, Red Dragon and Blackhawk were in bed together, sharing a moment of passion.
Appearing in Blackhawk: "Another Fine War Part 6"
- Robert Massie
- Interpol (Mentioned only)
- Southeast Asia
- "The True Believer" is reprinted in Superman: The Power Within.
- Between "Stop the Presses" and "Another Fine War Part 6", there is an advertisement for V for Vendetta.
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