Script and artwork: EsseGesse
Cover design: EsseGesse
"Guanabocoa". This is the little magic word that reduces Mister Bluff to a pathetic puppet lacking any backbone and capable of the basest acts, above all when that little word hovers on the lips of the villainous individual who answers to the name of Pedro. They must have gotten into real scrapes, the two of them, in the reckless times of their marauding sorties in the Caribbean, although now there’s a lot of bad blood between them. But what can have happened that was so terrible in Guanabocoa that it can’t be revealed to a single living soul?
Any cause, even the most noble, sometimes has to come to an agreement with crime. Thus it comes about that Mark has to contend with a ruthless pirate, who has proclaimed himself Emperor of the Atlantic and who, exploiting the favors he as granted to the Revolution, holds the entire American command in his thrall. Meanwhile, Mister Bluff appears in the guise of a dangerous escaped convict…