Subject, script and artwork: EsseGesse
Cover design: EsseGesse
The strategic importance of the documents possessed by Mark is such that, to get hold of them, there are people who are quite prepared to use poison. So the leader of the Ontario Wolves lies waiting for death to overtake him. But Gufo Triste dusts down a potion made by his revered great-great-grandfather to oblige the poisoner to provide the antidote.
"Mors tua, vita mea" is the Latin saying mockingly pronounced by Griffith as he captures Commander Mark, and he must have been inspired by the same saying when he had his associate Pikens killed as well. But what had the latter discovered about the weapons to be consigned to Fort Ontario? Mister Bluff and Gufo Triste are about to learn the truth in the worst possible manner, since they have almost reached the place where the rifles are kept...