A dramatic Secret Six cover on Action 607.
Owsley and Smith continue to give Hal Jordan a hard time. Even sleeping in is a chore, now that Arisia has discovered daytime television.
Trying to be useful, Hal heads to the Middle East, and tries to stop fighting between the two sides, but his efforts are not appreciated. He comes back home, distressed, and Arisia makes a joking suggestion that he go on Oprah to explain himself. Hal thinks it’s a great idea.
Deadman and D.B. Cooper climb the mountain in hell in this chapter, by Baron, Jurgens and DeZuniga.
This chapter gets a bit confusing. Deadman encounters the Sensei, and though Cooper insists they should not talk, they do. The Sensei informs him that Cooper is really the Sensei. Deadman defeats both Senseis, tossing them off the mountain, and then finds another D.B. Cooper. Which kind of lets one just ignore the confusing chapter and move on.
Wild Dog fights off the morality hit squad, as they try to blow up the newspaper print shop. He succeeds, but the police are on the way.
The reporter, Lou, comes to take Wild Dog away from the site before the police arrive, and Jack discovers that his friend knows his secret identity.
Rafael invades the base of the new Secret Six. He has to fight his way in, and winds up captured. But seriously, what did he expect? Pasko and Spiegle continue as the creative team.
Rafael informs them of who he is, and that his father, Carlo the magician, was one of the original Secret Six. This is the first the new team learn of the old one, and of their deaths. As the story end, Mockingbird contacts the new team, warning them against trusting Rafael.
The Blackhawk story, by Grell, Burchett and Marcos, has its penultimate chapter in this issue.
As Janos goes after the treasure, Cynthis goes after something else entirely, a statue. Massie confronts her, and calls her “sister.” Before that can be explained, Blackhawk shows up, and fights with Massie again.
Too much fighting, too much time. Red Dragon knows something is up.