Mockingbird’s unmasking warrants the cover of Action 629.
Captain Atom finds the alien in this chapter, by Owsley, Bright and Tanghal.
Captain Atom and the alien have a very destructive, if inconclusive, battle. It wears on Green Lantern, who is trying to hold together the building above the fight. The fight does bring down the building, and Green Lantern moves in to confront Captain Atom.
Dinah Lance meets the murderer in this chapter, by Wright, DuBurke and Marcos.
Dinah is providing flowers for the production of Peter Pan that the actress is starring in. She watches some of the rehearsal, and learns a bit about the woman.
Carlo brings the new Secret Six to his home, and explains the true history of the group to them, and Rafael, in this story by Pasko, Springer and McLaughlin.
August Durant formed the group during the Cold War, after uncovering some extreme actions within the US government agencies. As the team got older, Durant took Carlo into his confidence, as they picked the members of the new team, and created the various devices for them.
But the evil agency (who is encircling the house as this all goes on) had got wind of these plans, and rigged the plane to crash. Carlo happened to be in a sealed monitor room within the plane when it went down, which saved his life.
Speedy solos, although Wilkerson and Mandrake still label this story as a team-up with Nightwing.
Now in Northern Ireland, the story immerses itself in the troubles.
Pasko, Burchett and Nyberg take a long time getting this third story going. Janos is still grieving over the girl from the last storyline. You’d think they knew each other for more than a day or two.
Meanwhile, we see that the villains are leftover Nazis.