By Johnny Undaunted
In the beginning of the
second issue we learn that the events in the first issue were nothing more than
a distraction. While Billy and Jimmy were away rescuing Marian,
Nightfall's henchwoman, a naked shape shifting black chick named Stelth,
disguised herself as Billy, defeated Sensei while she was invisible and stole
the Dragon Statue. Our heroes return to the Dragon House only to find
Sensei wounded and dazed. Before he dies, he tells his grandsons about
Meanwhile, back at
Nightfall's headquarters, Nightfall gives his reward money to Stelth, which is
doubled due to the fact that she killed Sensei. He then offers her more
reward money if she manages to kill the Dragon brothers.
Later, in Oligopolis Police
Headquarters, Jimmy comes to visit Marian after Marian manages to beat down a
giant thug. Jimmy and Marian go outside to chat. Jimmy then tries to
desperately make out with Marian and Marian is disgusted because of this.
Jimmy knocks Marian unconscious and we learn that isn't really Jimmy, but Stelth
in disguise. She changes herself to Marian and locks the real Marian
inside her car's trunk.
In Sensei's grave, we see
Billy and Jimmy saying their last goodbyes to Sensei. Marian then
approaches Billy and Jimmy, but this is really Stelth disguised as Marian and it
doesn't take long for the Dragons to figure it out. As soon as they
realize who she really is, Stelth summons several gang members to attack Billy
and Jimmy. We finally get to see the Dragons fight without the ridiculous
looking Dragon Armor, which is how this whole comic should had been in the first
place. After defeating about half of Stelth's men, Stelth casts a spell on
all of her men in order to make them look like Billy and Jimmy. In the end, only
Billy and Jimmy are left standing on their two legs, but neither is convinced of
Comments: This issue is
probably the best one in this incredibly stupid comic series. This is the
only time in the comic that Billy and Jimmy ever fight without the Dragon Armor.
Stelth is probably the only henchmen in the comic who appears in more than five
panels and she's really just a plot device to trick Billy and Jimmy into
fighting each other in the next issue.