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Unlike previous versions of the team, the new Secret Six consists mainly of villainous characters who undertake missions of dubious moral quality and often resulting in a high body count.
The team consists of the pre-existing DC characters Catman, Deadshot, and Cheshire, and the newly created Rag Doll, Scandal Savage, and a Parademon.
Jeannette breaks her out and was met with opposition from the rest of the team, who in the middle of battling with each other are interrupted by Wonder Woman.
A second arc of this team, by writer Pasko and original Silver Age artist Springer, ran in Action Comics Weekly #619–630 (September 27 – December 13, 1988).
The third, villainous incarnation of the Secret Six was rated by IGN as the fourth The Secret Six first appeared during the Silver Age of comics in the initial team's seven-issue title Secret Six (May 1968 – May 1969).
Unusually, the premiere issue's story began on the cover, and continued on the interior's page one.
The Six manage to catch up to Deadshot, and was attacked by Junior, the supervillains, and the Mad Hatter, who is revealed to be the one who hired them, simply so they would be killed.
Tarantula sacrifices herself by pulling herself and Junior in front of the supervillains' combined attack, seemingly destroying the card along with them.
This strike team of covert operatives consisted of August Durant, Lili de Neuve, Carlo di Rienzi, Mike Tempest, Crimson Dawn and King Savage. Nelson Bridwell and artist Frank Springer, Writer Martin Pasko and artist Dan Spiegle introduced an updated version of the team as an eight-page feature in the omnibus title Action Comics Weekly #601 (May 24, 1988).