Things have quieted down for James and Rachel since The Cult was wiped out. Fifteen long years later, there's still news of The Insomniac who saves lives; but no one can seem to get over James' past of murder and drugs, which is still the hottest thing to gossip about in Seattle. And that makes fifteen year old Logan's life hard. Logan is an average high school student, or so James and Rachel - his parents - think. In reality, Logan is isolated, alone, and hated by the student body of his high school - all because of his father. People think Logan is like James, a hardcore killer and a druggie at that. So in order to fit in and not feel so alone, Logan joins a gang deeming themselves The Danger Bullets. When things go haywire, and Logan's "friend", Shank, shoots another kid, Logan, humiliated and terrified, decides enough is enough. However, because of the shooting, Logan's world comes crashing down. In this haze of confusion, anger, and misery, Logan can only point the blame to two people: Shank and his father. Well, what's the best way to deal with a stain? Remove it. Logan, with killing intent in his eyes, sets off to find Shank and kill him. He also has intentions to confront his most dangerous enemy, his father, to prove that he isn't what his father is, by becoming what his father was.