Dying at the end of BLACK CAESAR (1973) didn't prevent gangster Tommy Gibbs from returning in this hastily assembled sequel. Unfocused, meandering, disconnected, and thoroughly implausible, it nonetheless has even more well-handled action and restless energy than the original.
Tommy Gibbs (Fred Williamson), shot by assassins, stumbles uptown to meet his father (Julius Harris), who hides a set of ledgers that Gibbs has obtained which detail government officials on the take. After Gibbs is nursed back to health, he seizes the children of his ex-girlfriend Helen (who set
him up) to raise as his own. Then he leads a squad of killers to take hostage some corrupt offi...