For a kid growing up on the mean streets of King City, learning to fight is as essential as learning to walk, but Pete took it a few steps further. Throw a punch at him and when you wake up, you’ll realize he was three moves ahead of you all the time.
Of course, that kind of skill doesn’t come without a price, and in Pete’s case, it was a big one: He might be the world’s greatest living kung fu grandmaster, but his body serves as the prison for an undying dragon spirit that’s just waiting for a chance to break out and get its revenge on the world it once ruled. The one upside? If a man’s will, focus and determination are strong enough, he can use that spirit’s power for his own.
And believe us…
There’s a reason Judah calls him Dragon Hand!
Next Week: You’ve met Motor and the Drag, but who is Doctor Socrates… and what is W.E.I.R.D.?!