"City Lights, Prairie Justice Part II of IV": In an unnamed dance club in Watts, Izzy and Howard discuss the Vigilante's damaging assaults on Bugsy's businesses. After connecting with a drug dealer named Abraham, Izzy and Howard leave the club via the back door only to be assaulted by Vigilante
Vigilante: City Lights, Prairie Justice #2 is an issue of the series Vigilante: City Lights, Prairie Justice (Volume 1) with a cover date of December, 1995.
Appearing in "City Lights, Prairie Justice Part II of IV"
- Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel
- Meyer Harris "Mickey" Cohen
- Milt (Final appearance; dies)
- Unnamed Butler
- Unnamed Film Studio Personnel
- Watts, Los Angeles, California
- Unnamed Dance Club
- Beverly Hills, California
- Bugsy Siegel's Residence (810 North Linden Drive)
- Los Angeles, California
- Greg Saunder's Residence (Bonita Terrace and Sycamore Avenue)
- Vigilante's Six-Guns
Synopsis for "City Lights, Prairie Justice Part II of IV"
In an unnamed dance club in Watts, Izzy and Howard discuss the Vigilante's damaging assaults on Bugsy's businesses. After connecting with a drug dealer named Abraham, Izzy and Howard leave the club via the back door only to be assaulted by Vigilante who tells them to tell Bugsy that he'll regret crossing him. Vigilante's assaults include setting buildings on fire and shooting down criminals as they flee, roping and dragging criminals behind his motorcycle, and parking on the leg of one criminal, dousing him with gasoline and threatening him with a lit cigarette.
Greg records his thoughts on his dictaphone regarding how his actions are intended to make Siegel savage and stupid so he'll stick his neck out and be vulnerable to law enforcement.
At Bugsy' home, an obviously distraught Bugsy hears from Mickey Cohen of the latest strike at Bugsy's men, but this time it was done by rival, Jimmy Ragan, instead of the Vigilante. Bugsy vents his frustration but at least knows where to strike back. As for Vigilante, Bugsy admits he has hired a specialist.
Greg goes about his acting duties reflecting on sitting back and watching Ragan and Siegel attack each other.
Later, Siegel rejoices over news that the assassination of Ragan has succeeded. The topic soon changes to the progress of his hotel and how it's so important to him that it get completed. He sees this as his legacy, something that will long exist after he is gone.
On Friday, Siegel is back at home with his men warning them not to make comments about his coming guest's appearance. Before he can explain further, the Dummy arrives. He expresses his enthusiasm over the chance to kill the Vigilante when henchman, Milt, makes a height joke. Dummy pulls out a straight razor and slits Milt's throat. Dummy leaves to begin his planning.
Later, Vigilante has one of Bugsy's henchmen hanging upside down off a tall building. The henchman mentions Bugsy has a new gambling ship in order to raise quick money. Vigilante boards the ship and takes out the guards. He goes to Siegel's cabin and finds a ventriloquist dummy. Via a radio within the doll, the Dummy informs the Vigilante that neither he nor Siegel are on board. Vigilante runs for safety but the Dummy triggers explosives blowing up the ship.
- Throughout the miniseries Greg's last name is listed as Saunders, not Sanders.
- No trivia.
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