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Jim (ジム Jimu?) is the boss of Mission 1 in Double Dragon 3: The Rosetta Stone and Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones. He is Willy Mackey's younger brother, who has formed a new gang called the "Neo Black Warriors" and seeks revenge on the Lee brothers for his supposed death at their hands.


Jim is none other than the younger brother of Willy Mackey, the leader of the original Black Warriors and who was defeated a couple of years ago by the "Double Dragons", Billy and Jimmy Lee. Learning about the death of his older brother and seeking revenge against Billy and Jimmy, he decided to form and lead his own gang, which he called the "Neo Black Warriors". For their first crime, they conducted a raid on the Lee brothers' dojo in their absence.

Returning home from a two years training trip, the Lee brothers found their dojo in ruins; there was not much time to count the damages, though, as members of the Neo Black Warriors soon irrupted into the building and attacked them. Managing to repel the attack, they found Aldo, a good friend of theirs and one of their top students, lying on the floor and barely hanging to life. He tried to warn them about the person behind the attack, but he died from his injuries before he could reveal their identity (the story changes in the NES version, as he –renamed Brett– was fatally wounded by Hiruko before that Neo Black Warriors' raid on the dojo).

Angered over the loss of their friend, Billy and Jimmy left the dojo in search of answers. They tracked the Neo Black Warriors to a nearby warehouse and managed to defeat most of them. Jim then joined the fight and, even though he proved to be a formidable foe, he was ultimately defeated by the brothers' superior fighting skills.


Although his brother Willy uses a machine gun in battle, Jim prefers to rely on his martial arts and hand-to-hand combat techniques. His most powerful technique is the "Flying Knee Kick", which he likes to use while the player is at a distance.



  • Jim's "Flying Knee Kick" technique is not much different than the Lee brothers' "High Jump Kick", a move from the Sou-Setsu-Ken school that was introduced in the NES version of Double Dragon II. However, it's unknown is there's any relation between both techniques.


  1. Only in Double Dragon for iOS/Android, which is a remake/retelling of the first game.