A Dragonflyman’s work is never done, no matter what world he’s in. Dragonflyman is handling integrating two corrupt cops in the Bug House holding cell in Earth-Omega. Trying to understand the world he is in, Dragonflyman can’t bare all the sights that go against his morals. Corruption, greed, and violence rules these streets of Fortune City and he refuses to stay in Earth-Omega any longer. In Earth-Alpha, the Dragonfly is out for a patrol in the clean streets of Earth-Alpha’s Fortune City. Instead of scared pedestrians and frighten drivers, Dragonfly is greeted and praised. Meanwhile, a recently pardon Deuce, Earth-Alpha’s Number One henchwoman, has taken over the number’s gang and plotting to get their boss back from the other earth by any means possible. Even if that means taking on the Dragonfly himself.
Issue three shows off how each version of Dragonflyman handles their situations. The violent prone Dragonfly is quick to raise his voice and his fist in at a drop of a hat. The calm and diligent Dragonflyman goes for the compassionate approach, using non-violent solutions. But eventually, their differences of personality and environment begin to clash. Dragonfly is not used to working with the police and taking orders from the Fortune City’s mayor. Dragonflyman is treated as an outcast and is both feared and hated by everyone he meets. Each Dragonflyman does not know how much more they can take these changes.