The Ghost Dragons were an Asian street gang working under the command of heroin drug czar, King Snake. Their trademark colors comprised of blue, sleeveless denim vests and red head bands. A young thug named Billy Hue once led the Ghost Dragons, but King Snake executed him after he failed to assassinate the American interlopers Robin and Clyde Rawlins. Billy's girlfriend, Lynx became the new leader of the Ghost Dragons. After she too failed to bring down Robin and Rawlins. King Snake awarded her failure by having her left eye removed.
When the King Snake expanded his operations to Gotham City, he brought reinforcements from both Hong Kong and Thailand. Pretty soon, the Ghost Dragons were involved in heroin, gambling, extortion, and robberies in the city. King Snake provided the Ghost Dragons with military-grade weaponry (grenades, anti-personnel mines, and rocket launchers). The Ghost Dragons then waged a gang war for control of Chinatown with the ultimate objective of taking over the underworld in Gotham City.
When the Shan Triad under General Tsu consolidated control of the Golden Triangle heroin trade and was dictating the new prices and shipping schedules to their clients, King Snake murdered their representatives to Gotham City. The Ghost Dragons fearing a war against both the Shan Triad and its ally the Taiwanese Triad, went against King Snake. He was forced out of the gang and Lynx assumed the leadership of the Ghost Dragons. When the great gang war broke out in Gotham, Lynx lead the gang towards the East Side Clinic to claim it for them. Batgirl prevented the gang from taking control and she fought them all, including Lynx, who was mortally injured by accident when one of her henchmen swung a sword on her back.
Equipment: None known.
Transportation: None known.
Weapons: guns, rocket launchers, anti-personnel mines, swords, pipes / sticks
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- 21 Appearances of Ghost Dragons
- 2 Images that include Ghost Dragons
- Organization Gallery: Ghost Dragons
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