- James Robinson
- Renato Guedes
- José Wilson Magalhães
- David Curiel
- John J. Hill
- Mon-El; The Guardian [Jim Harper clone]; Morgan Edge; Tellus [Ganglios]; John Henry Irons [Steel]; Atlas; Prankster; General Sam Lane; Codename: Assassin; Livewire (cameo); Gentleman Ghost (cameo); Zuggernaut (cameo); Billi Harper (cameo); Rocket Reds (cameo); Ivana [Rocket Red] (cameo); Class War [Beaumont; Sunny Jim] (intro, cameo); Big Don Drummond (intro, cameo); La Sangre (intro, cameo); Will Von Hammer (intro, cameo); Freedom Beast (cameo); Congorilla (cameo); Rising Sun (cameo); Doctor Light [Kimiyo Hoshi]; Robo-Octo-Ape (intro, cameo); Iman [Diego Irigoyen] (cameo); Chupacabras (cameo); King Billy (intro, cameo); Blockbuster [unknown female] (intro, cameo); Ironworks
- Morgan Edge in a TV editorial questions whether Mon-El is friend or foe. Mon-El is too busy to care, fighting villains all over the world, while playing tourist and having his first kiss. Tellus says goodbye to his friend the Guardian, giving him an unknown farewell present that will be needed in battle. Atlas gets admitted to Ironworks undercover as John Henry Iron's friend. The Guardian goes on Edge's show to say that Mon-El is definitely a friend. General Lane contracts with the Prankster to distract Black Lightning, and in the future dispose of a hero's body, making it look like a super-villain did it. Atlas reveals himself to John, and lets him know he's about to die.
Story continued from last issue, and continues in the next issue.
- Jesus Saiz
- Jesus Saiz
- Hangman; Inferno; The Shield; The Web
Introduces the Red Circle characters, promoting the first issues of Hangman, Inferno, The Web, and The Shield.
- Ian Sattler
Ian talks about the new team on Justice Society of America starting with #29. Appears on page 29 in this issue.
Total of 5 one-page and 1 two-page ads for: abovetheinfluence (Partnership for a Drug-Free America), The Outsiders (TV, Cartoon Network), Knowing/Push (DVD, Summit Entertainment), 2009 Design Scholarship Challenge (graphic design colleges, visualdiner.com, 2 pages), got milk? with X-Men Origins Wolverine [Hugh Jackman] (milk, America's Milk Processors), and LifeSavers Gummies (candy, Wm. Wrigley Company). Appear in various places in this issue.