- Steve Englehart (plot); Mike Friedrich (script)
- Sal Buscema
- Vince Colletta
- Petra Goldberg
- Artie Simek
- Captain America [Steve Rogers]; Falcon; Black Panther; Committee to Regain America's Principles (CRAP); Moonstone [Lloyd Bloch] (origin); Quentin Harderman; Viper [Jordan Stryke]; Stone-Face; Leila Taylor; Tanzika
- Cap is accused of murdering the Tumbler and is taken down by Moonstone, who is the actual killer. Pretending to be a hero, Moonstone is secretly working with Quentin Harderman (who had been working with the Viper) to discredit Captain America and make money off the positive publicity.
Leila becomes quickly bored with Wakanda. T'Challa sends her on a vacation to Lagos, Nigeria where she is kidnapped by Stoneface. T'Challa completes the improvements to the Falcon's costume giving him jet-powered glider wings. The duo learn of Leila's kidnapping and leave Wakanda to rescue her.
The title is taken from "J'accuse...!", an open letter published on 13 January 1898 in the newspaper L'Aurore by the influential writer Émile Zola.
In the letter, Zola addressed President of France Félix Faure and accused the government of anti-Semitism and the unlawful jailing of Alfred Dreyfus, a French Army General Staff officer who was sentenced to lifelong penal servitude for espionage.
It fits the plot of the story.
Letters from: Gary Frazier, John Libertine Jr., and Robert Strauss.