Our heroes race to stop a psychotic supervillian from killing thousands of revelers gathered to watch the ball drop on New Year's Eve...but all Jon can think about is getting back to Angela's side before midnight so they can spend their first New Year's Eve together as a couple. Plus, the sneaky Timmy attempts to swipe his brother's box of Yuletide yen, and two hungry cats try to mooch a free Christmas dinner.
T-Bone, a character similar in appearance to Mr. T, is introduced, replacing Spearmint as Demi-Jon's lieutenant.
Demi-Jon's feelings for Harley seem to have shifted significantly since "Cross-Country Vacation"-- there, he gave up his chance to destroy Jon once and for all to rescue her from danger, while in this story he seems more than wiling to leave her to die along with everyone else.
There is one page of filler in this issue:
"Dusty Rhodes' Wild Side Factoids/"...And now, a poetic moment with Billy". Dusty Rhodes looks at grasshoppers; Billy's ode to the art of archery.