Story continued from the previous issue. Later, in Justice Society of America (DC, 2007 series) #13, it explains that the Gog in this story was not from the future, but just deeply disturbed, and that Gog was possibly tuning into the Kingdom Come universe. J. D. Finn is apparently a pseudonym, but it is not known for who. Some had speculated it might be Chuck Austen, but, in an interview published on Comic Book Resources on 2006-02-14, Chuck denies being J.D. Finn, and thinks it's editor Eddie Berganza. Whoever it is might have chosen JD Finn from JD Salinger and Huck Finn.
Ads for Action Comics #826, Green Lantern #1, Action Comics #825, Blood of the Demon #1, and Seven Soldiers: Shining Knight #1. Appears on page 40 in this issue.
House ads for: DC Countdown, Lex Luthor: Man of Steel, and Seven Soldiers: Shining Knight #1/Seven Soldiers: Guardian #1. Appear in various places in this issue.
Total of 10 one-page ads for: Beyblade the Movie Fierce Battle (DVD, Miramax), Neopets: Curse of Maraqua (card game, Wizards of the Coast), Power Rangers S.P.D. (TV, Toon Disney), Introducing Batman Fruit Snacks (food, Kellogg's), Yu-Gi-Oh! Flaming Eternity (card game, Konami), DuelMasters (card game, Wizards of the Coast), How do you play? with Teen Titans (Verb), Sly 2: Band of Thieves (video game, Sony Computer Entertainment), Campbell's SouperStar Island (sweepstakes, Campbell's), and The Incredibles (DVD, Pixar). Appear in various places in this issue.