Black Canary gets the cover of Action 624, as her series returns to the book.
Green Lantern is in a region where he his ring does not function as normal, and is being trained by the alien who brought him out there, in this story by Owsley, Bright and Marzan.
The being, called Priest, tells Hal that his rang and lantern are not needed for him to survive. He almost dies putting this to the test. But indeed, the lantern he used to charge his ring was not real, just an illusion created by Priest. But aside from this storyline, this idea is not kept.
The Thomases, Stasi and Magyar have Billy Batson go undercover to a christian kids camp, which is a training and breeding ground for white supremacism.
Billy pretends to be completely into it, even when talked to by another boy who isn’t as racist as the camp demands. But Billy is not sure if the boy is sincere, or this is a test.
There is even worse stuff happening, as an experiment takes place to make a super-soldier, and creates a version of Captain Nazi.
The Secret Six chapter in this issue, by Pasko, Springer and McLaughlin, is all backstory on the gay member of the team. Since the group never appear again, and I am past 90% of the storage space on this blog, it gets one pic only. His boyfriend got killed, to be concise.
Madame Waxahachie brings Deadman to the Wildwood Plantation in this chapter, by Baron, Jones and DeZuniga.
The twins have animated the ghost of their dead father, for their own pleasure. But when Madame Waxahachie makes him realize he is a ghost, he is none too pleased with his girls.
Wright, DuBurke and Marcos return, along with Black Canary, in a less confusing tale of vengeance. Dinah is all pumped, having just landed a major floral contract.
There is a hooker and heroin addict, and an actress involved in the story, with a past link between them.
And when the story is right, DuBurke’s art works very well.