- Greg Rucka; Sterling Gates
- Pere Pérez
- Pere Pérez
- Javier Mena
- Rob Leigh
- Nightwing [Chris Kent]; Flamebird [Thara Ak-Var]; Supergirl [Kara Zor-El]; Mon-El (on video screen); Guardian [Jim Harper clone]; The Science Police; Reactron; Metallo; Morgan Edge (on video screen); Lois Lane; Perry White; Catherine Grant; Squad K (cameo)
- Supergirl, Nightwing, and Flamebird are transported into an alley. Supergirl attacks the others, thinking they tried to kill her. They deny it, and Nightwing reveals to her that he is Chris. They are interrupted first by a crowd calling them killers, then by the Guardian and the Science Police, who accuses them of killing Mon-El. They barely manage to escape, fleeing to an apartment Supergirl has in Paris. While Flamebird listens in on various newscasts throughout the world, Supergirl and Nightwing discuss the situation, including that Flamebird seems to be crazy for believing she is connected to the real Flamebird. Flamebird also listens in on that conversation, and confronts Supergirl, who also is accusing her of letting her father die. That's too much for Flamebird, who punches Supergirl through the wall and into the Eiffel Tower. There, they are confronted by Squad K. Meanwhile, Lois is trying to track down her father, and is warned by Cat Grant that she is championing aliens who are killers and not on our side.
- Eiffel Tower
Story continued from previous issue, and continues in Supergirl (2006 series) #45. There is Kryptonese dialog in this issue, but it is all translated into English. The French text on page 20 is roughly translated as "The Kryptonians! They are here! They destroy the tower!"
- James Robinson (plot, script); Greg Rucka (plot)
- Santiago Arcas
- Rob Leigh
- Captain Atom [Nathaniel Adam]; Colonel Gunn; Specialist Jenny Blake [Natasha Irons]; Wodan; Lord Gadrey; Royard; Danel (unnamed); Aggaro (unnamed)
- Captain Atom is being monitored by human military personnel. They realize he has his wits back. He is still trying to remember, when he is attacked the the military in battle suits. He urges his new friends to flee while confronting the military. They take him down, but in turn the battle suits are taken out by a magician. One of the attackers, Specialist Jenny Blake, is captured, and forced to help carry off Captain Atom.
Story continued from the previous issue and continues in the next issue.
- Dan Didio?
The author talks about the new Batgirl series, starring Stephanie Brown. Appears on page 42 in this issue.
House ads for: co-features (Question/Manhunter/Blue Beetle/Ravager/Captain Atom/Black Canary/Metal Men/Legion of Super-Heroes), Final Crisis: Legion of 3 Worlds hardcover, The Red Circle (The Shield, The Web, Inferno, The Hangman), Blackest Night Series 1 action figures, and Magog. Appear in various places in this issue.
Total of 7 one-page ads for: Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TV, Cartoon Network), Ignatius MacFarland: Frequenaut (book, Little, Brown and Company), The Unusual Mind of Vincent Shadow (book, Little, Brown and Company), School of Fear (book, Little, Brown and Company), Star Wars: The Clone Wars (video game, LucasArts), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Smash-Up (video game, Ubisoft), and FreeRealms (online game, Sony Online Entertainment). Appear in various places in this issue.
8 page advertising booklet, 4 inches by 5 inches, glued to a piece of white cardstock stapled into the issue. Advertises Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Republic Heroes (video game, LucasArts).