Detective 651 (April 1986) is a fairly blatant anti-drug story, but Moench and Colan manage to pull off a tale that has its own merits.
Jason Todd is the star of this story, as it chronicles his interest in a girl at school named Rena.
She wants to get Jason to get high with her after school. She never has, but the “whole gang is doing it.” But the story keeps it about the kids themselves, and Jason gets Rena fascinated with stories of his circus days.
With Batman’s help he tracks the source of the drugs, as Rena had told him who was bringing them to school. And as Robin he busts the big guys, and terrifies the student.
And as Jason Todd, he gets the girl. Dick Grayson never pulled off anything this smooth.
Cavalieri and Moore do an excellent job balancing the roles of Black Canary and Green Arrow throughout this storyline.
Black Canary is cracking down on some drug smugglers down at the docks, and is doing pretty well until Steelclaw shows up and knocks her out.
Green Arrow and Champion cross paths at a collapsing construction site. Champion saves an experimental antenna while Green Arrow saves humans, and he is not pleased about that.