- Kurt Busiek
- Carlos Pacheco; Jesus Merino
- Jesus Merino
- Alex Sinclair
- Superman; Arion; Prankster; Prankster's gang [Elisabeta; Saskia; Marjorie]; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Perry White (cameo); Ron Troupe (cameo); Squad K [including Colonel Perseus T. Hazard; Anders; Cage; Jones; Stenec; Asherman] (intro); Young Gods [including Turrek; Sarka]; Pranksterbot; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan] (cameo); Wonder Woman (cameo); Starman [Thom Kallor] (cameo); Star Girl (cameo); Hourman [Rick Tyler] (cameo); Black Lightning (cameo); Doctor Mid-Nite [Pieter Cross] (cameo); Vixen (cameo); Hawkgirl [Kendra Sanders] (cameo); Power Girl (cameo); Batman (cameo)
- Arion has attacked Superman, and takes over his mind to make him serve Arion. Superman attacks at the Daily Planet, but regains control by focusing on Jimmy's faith in him. But everyone is convinced that Superman is still mind controlled, and a federal force named Squad K attacks. After he escapes them, the Prankster socks him with a giant pie, and then the Justice League and Justice Society come to stop him. Superman finally convinces them he's no longer mind controlled. Arion goes to hide to bide his time, senses the Young God runaways, and kidnaps them. Superman cleans up, discusses the event with Squad K, and captures the Prankster.
Story continued from the previous issue and continues in issue #667. In promotional materials, this is called chapter three of the second half of "Camelot Falls". On the DC Message Boards on 2007-10-02 and the next day, Kurt talks about the art, saying that Merino is sharing the pencils with Pacheco, and "doing quite a bit more than layouts, but not full pencils."
- Jann Jones
- Jann Jones (sketch); Stephane Roux; ?
- Stephane Roux; ?
- Stephane Roux; ?
- Black Canary
Jann answers the question "What does the Coordinating Editor do at DC Comics?". Ads for Superman #665, Countdown #42, Green Arrow: Year One #1, and Green Lantern #21. Appears on page 34 in this issue.
House ads for: Metal Men, Justice League of America hardcover (2/3 page), 52 Aftermath (Booster Gold, Black Adam: The Dark Age, 52 Aftermath: The Four Horsemen, 52 Aftermath: The Crime Bible, Infinity Inc.), Teen Titans #50, Action Comics (Escape from Bizarro World), and Superman Doomsday action figures. Appear in various places in this issue.
Total of 5 one-page and 1 one-and-one-third page ads for: Ghost Rider (DVD, Columbia Pictures), Kyle XY (TV, ABC Family), Hunger Gets What Hunger Wants (food, BallPark franks, 1 and 1/3 pages), dew Action Sports tour (NBC Sports), Fantastic Four Rise of the Silver Surfer (video game, Take-Two Interactive), and Laura Croft Tomb Raider Anniversary Edition (video game, Eidos International). Appear in various places in this issue.