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  1. 1. y_ n. c». v . › a v . ' ¡ f. - g ííslargfw Wilbur¡ 1.11 «mn.1.; .x'
  2. 2. $553); _ . › / l' ' , FOR GLORY AND com, í I SETTLERS AND SAILORQ ' OF THE VIRGINIA COMPANY PREPARE TO EMBARK ON A ¡JOURNEY TO THE NEW WORLD ABOARD THE THAT'S HIM¡ ALL RIGHT. , HEARD BOME "Ç. AMAZING STORIES k- THAfs RIGHT¡ YOU COMING ON I'M NOT ABOUT 'ro THIS VOYAGE Too, _›, _¡ Lar you aoys HAVE c ALL THE FUN. OF COURSE HE . IS. YOU CAN'T FIGHT INDIANS WITHOUT ; JOHN SMITH.
  3. 3. .. Wañmmkwwnmxmãwm n. ra. . _ . I IIM . . 1 . .u . Í 4 , z n, ._ ¡dWI _. . . a e E A 1 à A! L. _I . N . t. .n. L m ; à . ,A «z/ ... ÍMI . .. J s. .. . m N . I _Ve A I . IIIIII › , JIJ . .IÉLEKILHNLVMH . . ¡. ,. 1 FÉ? ? . Ir' ° * "ÚIAÊÂÊI-ÍOU'
  4. 4. I 1 < REEF THE »í i, AT SEA¡ SOME ' ' ' ' TopsAlLsj ° I EK LATER. .. ~ " §v <_ . _ . STEADY '- ' N. ' É, “'~'3x-Á ON THE DE” " , _ Qi* _A ---- -~ “§xC3-': _ THE FINEST crzzw 47-' ENGLAND HAS ro . , ' - OFFER AND NOT/ l/NG , w/, ' Í SHALL STAND IN / AND REMEMBER WHAT AWAITS US THERE: FREEDO/ W/ PROSPER/ TX/ THE ADVENTURE OF OUR LIVESÍ &Kiwi; s§§ É? v v and! ” 9 f A STIRRING * _ ¡ g', ,›" 5 ORATION¡ SIR. AND ' ' _-" I _ ' | 'LL NEED THOSE HOW FORTUNATE FOR , THE MEN WERE E! v¡ . r '~ E wlngss pEAsANTs To YOU TO HAVE THIS MAG- AS EXHILARATED V ' I DK; up MY Gaza, NIFICENT TEMPEST ' * 'r ' AS A BACKDROP.
  5. 5. WHAT DO YOU ' x' ', ; ' " a I'VE SEEN HUNDREDS OF SUPPOSE THE NEW * I ': › * NEW WORLDS¡ THOMAS. WHAT WORLD WILL LOOK . . _ -v V , . COULD POSSIBLY BE DIFFERENT LIKE, IJOHN? ~ _' '“ ABOUT THIS ONE? IT'S GONNA BE GREAT, ¡JOHN! I'LL GET A PILE o? GOLD AND IF ANY INDIAN TRIEs TO STOP ME¡ I'LL BLAST 'EMI LIKE ALL THE OTHERS¡ I . E ~ “ vou uusT , _. . __ . woRRv ABOUT THE VIRGINIA COAST. .. E _' _ _ Y°fEãVF§ÇLfà“§ÁJ: 㧧5' INDIAN WARRIORS RETURN FROM A TRIUMPHANT 547725.. .
  6. 6. PEACE¡ KEKATA¡ IT'S GOOD TO BE HOME. WELCOME¡ x sELovED FRIEND ^ . POWHATAN. MASSAWOMECKS ARE DEFEATEDÍ WITH THE HELP OF OUR BROTHERS¡ OUR VILLAGE IS SAFE WHERE IS MY DAUGHTER? »c SHE HAS HER g , MOTHER'S SPIRIT. SHE GOES WHEREVER THE WIND TAKES HER. .." FATHER'S BACK! COME DOWN FLIT Í Á / X E'S BACK¡ ! COME ON¡ MEEKO! IP"?
  7. 7. ' ' ' "'_ l, _ _. ABOUT THAT I KNOW IT MEANS YOU DOING UP . L y v q . 5, 03544,¡ AGNN? SOMETHÍNG. I JUST HAVE you HGUQED › DON'T KNOW WHAT. à, IT OUT YET? V YOU SHOULD ASK YOUR FATHER
  8. 8. LISTEN¡ MY FRIENDS. .. - A¡ O A ' OUR WARRIORs FOUGH WITH cOuRAGE¡ BUT NONE wAs aRAvELv 6 »a Ó . BACK AT THE VILLAGE. .. _ É ' Juhhqq _ _ í t_ W_ _É AS KOCOUAJ. TONIGHT WE n, WILL FEAST IN HIS ¡ à? HE'S so IESPECIALLY g A r E 'a' HANDSOME! LOVE THE SM/ ÁE. SEEING COME WITH ME. YOU @N59 M5 A I WANT TO HEAR GREAT 'JOY- EVERYTHING YOU'VE BEEN DOING.
  9. 9. FATHER¡ FOR MANY NIGHTS NOW I'VE BEEN HAVING A STRANGE DREAM. I THINK IT'S TELLING ME SOMETHING EXCITING IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN. KOCOUM WILL MAKE A FINE HUSBAND. HE IS LOYAL AND STRONG. WITH HIM YOU WILL BE SAFE FROM HARM. THIS IS THE RIGHT PATH FOR YOU. DREAM IS POINTING ME DOWN ANOTHER KOCOUM HAS SOMETHING EXCITING IS ASKED TO SEEK YOUR HAND IN MARÉ/ AGE. I TOLD HIM IT WOULD MAKE MY E HEART SOAR. YOU ARE THE DAUGHTER OF THE CHIEF. IT IS TIME TO TAKE YOUR PLACE AMONG THE REALLY? WHAT IS IT? HE'S SO. .. SERIOUS.
  10. 10. v * A' A YOUR MOTHER J EVE” WE WM” ~ , WORE THIs FOR OUR ' MOUNWN STREAM Í WEDDING. IT WAS HER ' “Ufgfãgegaêâkm” DREAM TO sEE vou ~ 4 WEAR IT AT YOUR l v' ê I ' a I M' -3 HE WANTS M I BUT THE I. I . I To BE STEADY¡ O RIVER? NOT ; q 'I THE RIvER. 975:! ? AT / I 'l . _y ¡ ' ¡ I . M” fr , í ' E LIKE O LE "Y OR DOES MY DREAMGIVER STILL WAIT FOR ME ; JUST AROUND THE I NEED TO SEE WHAT'S AROUND THE RIVER BEND. SHOULD I CHOOSE THE SMOOTH AND STEADY COURSE? SHOULD I MARRY KOCOUM?
  11. 11. WHY¡ CHILD. .. YOUR MOTHER' S NECKÁACE/ - 17 III iI; I A 'HT' . . GRANDMOTHER , v . wILLow. .. I NEED To TALK To you. _› THAT'S WHAT I WANT TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT. MY FATHER WANTS ME TO MARRY KOCOUM.
  12. 12. ' E . : Q V AND LATELY I'VE " "la °°°“-~-4 0, ' BEEN HAVING THIS E4 “cnvwuíftj ükffffgjfgí^j^ I II cr#- f_ WELL I'M RUNNING K AT W n- mmué” “E WOODS' ¡ . 'sàâIzTggo SPIN'. IT ANO WEN' mem' ~' = SPINS FASTER AND THERE IN FRONT OF ” í ' . ;Ag-rim UNnLN_ ME¡ IS AN ARROW HMMM. .. IT SEEMS TO ME THIS ARROW IS POINTING YOU DOWN YOUR PATH! GRANDMOTHER z I P YOUR MOTHER WILLOW. .. WHAT _ ASKED ME WHAT mo you / S MY PATH? THE VERY SAME mu, Han? ' QUESTION.
  13. 13. * ' ALL AROUND YoU ARE SPIRITS. | THEY LIvE IN THE WATER, THE EARTH¡ THE SKY. IF YOU LISTEN¡ THEY WILL GUIDE You. QV”- . l DON'T Á/ STE/ V UNDERSTAND. WITH YOUR HEART. 'Tm IT'S SAYING SOMETHING'S CLOUDS! l STRANGE CLOUDS!
  14. 14. LOOK AT IT¡ WIGGINS! A NEW _ / - WORLD¡ CHOCK-FULL OF , zE-“Á GOLD¡ «JUST WAITING '› ~ IF WE DO, WE SHALL BE SURE TO GIvE THEM A PROPER ENGLISH GREETING! AND SCORES OF ADVENTURES WAITING FOR US¡ RIGHT¡ PERCY? MEET SOME SAVAGES? 'z __ Ê íí-í . . IT'S PERFECT, GOVERNOR! 15%» THE WATER'S DEEP ENOUGH. * WE cAN PULL RIGHT UP TO SHORE. VERY WELL 7 "O " THEN GIvE THE E, - ^LREAPY DONE' SIR. THE CREW IS ASSEMBLED AND READY TO GO.
  15. 15. ABOUT THE NATIVES¡ I'M COUNTING ON YOU TO MAKE SURE THOSE FILTHY HEATHENS DON'T DISRUPT OUR MISSION. * ç RIGHT. WELL¡ J THAT'LL BE ALL, I'M WELL AWARE THIS IS MY LAST CHANCE FOR GLORY¡ BUT WHEN KING ; JAMES SEES THE GOLD THESE PEASANTS UNEARTH¡ SUCCESS WILL BE MINE AT LAST! I'VE NEVER BEEN A POPU- LAR MAN. LIKE HIM¡ DON'T THEY? COME ON¡ MEN. WE DIDN'T COME ALL THIS WAY ; JUST TO LOOK AT IT.
  16. 16. / e - ; JOHN. TIE ' OFF THIS c/ OHN/ WHAT ' ARE YOU DOING UP THERE. ”
  17. 17. HUNGRY? ' HERE'S A YOU BETTER BISCUIT. « - GET DOWN . - HERE. THE GOVERNOR'S COMING MY BROTHERS¡ WE MUST LEARN . õ v *T* _y _ i MORE ABOUT THESE É, o", ,ou SEE T »a . »e , VISITORS. A' THEIR sKIN? PALE AND sTARTING Ij" TO COME f": _ 41 ASHORE. S, I HAIR ON THEIR ' FACES¡ LIKE
  18. 18. V GREAT POWHATAN¡ I E WILL LEAD OUR WARRIORS TO _ THE RIVER AND ATTACK/ . v f , a u WE WILL DESTROY THESE WARRIORS THE WAY WE DESTROYED THE MASSAWOMECKS. KOCOUM¡ IN THAT BATTLE¡ WE KNEW OUR ENEMY. BUT THESE PALE VISITORS ARE STRANGE SOME MEN AND OBSERVE THEM. LET US HOPE THEY . ¡ DO NOT INTEND ' _ TO STAY. H : r T q , *L mu, ›_¡ , aímk "J “n, *I> : g v v' k Alba. .T/ T A I HEREBY CLAIM já¡ l "'- THIS LAND AND ALL OF ITS “u s¡ MAUESTY KING ; JAMES THE '3' _. A ' dI FIRST AND DO SO NAME THIS SETTLEMENT. ..
  19. 19. ~ T -v WELL, IT APPEARS “x” &xy; . E THEN PERHAPS YOU V Now , ¡IVE ggLgc-rgp A 3 . nas . .'§ SHOULD VENTURE FORTH GENTLEMEN¡ 7-0 í ás -4 PERFECT LOCATION. , . - - _ n». AND DETERMINE THEIR WORK, / NOT A SAVAGE a JA * lvl¡ WHEREABOUTS. HMM? ' i ÍÉ à a x, -.. Ir_ ; JUST BECAUSE WE DON'T SEE THEM¡ IT DOESN'T MEAN TÃO. c: THEY'RE NOT OUT -- ; . 1 ' _ THERE ____ . . Av _, _é _ GETLTJHEÊHIR 'Í * . EL "' EUIW UNLOADEDI 4*. ~' m¡ FORT' LET'S GET STARTED. YOU' ETA” THE REST OF YOU CLEARING THE GET SHOVELS AND SHRUBBERYÍ gTAgT mggmg! MOUNTAINS
  20. 20. FOR YEARS THE SPANISH BUT NOW IT'S HAVE BEEN RAVAGING THE OUR TURN! NEW WORLD OF ITS MOST PRECIOUS RESOURCES. GRAB A PTCK AND SHOVEL¡ MEN¡ AND DIG TILL YOU IT'S ALL THERE FOR THE TAKING! ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS FIND THE MOTHER (ODE, "= , WHERE A MAN › WHO THIRSTS v FOR ADVENTURE _ ' ALL MY LIFE I'VE sEARCHED FOR A LAND , O LIKE THIS! a
  21. 21. T _ 4.. ..: um¡ m¡ / (I “LISTEN WITH YOUR HEART. " /
  22. 22. BACK AT ; JAMESTOWN. .. " * THAT MAKES THIRTY MORE OF , Tfu MORE THAN A THEM DOWN BY * THE RIDGE. I DIGGING¡ MEN! THE GOLD HAS T '~ ' _ . ' BE HERE SOME- - " . _ ~ ' - I NOTHING , BUT ROCKS AND DIRT¡ SIR.
  23. 23. I m_ AMBUS/ -l/ , hgf- ARM YOUR- SEÁ VES' THEM YOU IDIOTG!
  24. 24. BACK TO CAMP! GET THE REST OF THE CANNONS ASHORE AND FINISH BUILDING BACK AT POWHATAN'S : VV WE WM_ ; TGHT À LONGHOUSE. .. -rLug ENEMV_ f" 5.. xx THIS WOUND ' KOCOUM, sEND MESSENGERS TO . ,l EVERY VILLAGE IN . I * ' OUR NATION. .. h , WE WILL CALL IS STRANGE - , ¡ ON OUR BRO- à ' / THERS TO HELP US FIGHT. I' AND YOU¡ LEARN TO USE THAT THING PROPERLY. A MAN'S NOT A MAN UNLESS¡ HE KNOWS HOW TO SHOOT. ? THESE WHITE MEN ' x ARE DANGEROUs. NO ONE IS TO GO NEAR THEM. COME RUN THE FOREST TRAILS WITH ME, ;JOHN. AND FORGET WHAT THEY'RE WORTHÍ YOU THINK OF THIS LAND AND EVERYTHING IN IT¡ AS y» k SOMETHING YOU CAN BUT WE KNOW EVERYTHING HERE . ' AS A FRIEND AND . AS A BROTHER. _ r ! BA 4 ill' &así; r; r¡ . '.' SWIM IN THE CRYSTAL CLEAR WATER WITH MY BROTHERS THE HERON AND THE
  25. 25. É» "- A. ~ LISTEN TO THE _ : yu CRY OF THE WOLF. : em YOU CANNOT PUT A “~ ' c' PRICE ON THAT. , _ BEE HOW ' I' . - . HIGH THE TREEs . _ GROW. DON'T ; JUST ~ T CUT THEM DOWN! I'M BEGINNING TO SEE THINGS YOUR WAY¡ AND. .. HEY! IT TELLS YOU HOW TO FIND YOUR WAY WHEN YOU GET LOST. l, THE DRUMS. THEY MEAN TROUBLE.
  26. 26. D DAYS LATER, ;JOHN l SMITH FINDs THAT ' HIs THOUGHTs ARE ELSEWHERE. .. "I = I T ' DOOMED/ I SHOULD . u» ' u 1', o A. l ' 4*' u É z - - ' S/ L4' 'm' l 'I II I l Inn-uu BÉJILIÇ j. AND IN RADCLIFF'S _sã_ WELL, IN THE WOODSP GO LOOK FOR WHAT IF WE RUN HIM! INTO IND/ ANS. ” r P 1 wAzzOw/ NG IN GOLD T I , . ç f R4 ; _ , t_ . T _ N l _f_ _ *à 1 a ' « - I° x, j _I _ U a K u KNOW IT'S H GOMEWHERE! SOMEBODY' Gar T. THAT'S WHAT GUNS' ARE FOR! SEE HER OF COURSE! THE IND/ ANSI' THEY HAVE THE
  27. 27. ALL RIGHT. WE'I2E ; › ¡ GATHERING FOOD FOR i . WHEN me WARRIORS POCAHONTAS¡ YOU SHOULD BE INSIDE THE k - ps V' "W “ T$Ú~JE 'í “É - O . w ? as - tx R *L Í wggNgvgg m¡ OUR PEOPLE LOOKEO TO wmp Mgvgg -rHpougH HER FOR STRENGTH. SOMEDAY¡ THEY 114g 112555, ¡ Egg, you¡ WILL LOOK TO YOU¡ A5 WELL. MOTHER'S PRESENCE. à YOU SHOULDNT BE OUT HERE ALONE. |'LL SEND FOR KOCOUM. WHAT ARE YOU DOING
  28. 28. 7 V POWHATAN EAS¡ NAKOMA. .. ves sua wAs. .. BUT 93;”. SÁY WHERE IS POCA- SAJVDITÊHfOVJAS NO/ W sua. .. I9N'T. ANx/ TWNG_ HONTAQ? ' *s ' 7 * I z , il ^ Í . , ' V V ~ é i _. _, ,. ._-. 1*_ u' I r J D A I. A ~ 1'- r k' V t. I " x: A ' TO THINK . . CAME HERE a - TO DIG IT ' -¡ "“ , FOR GOÁ . ' 4 a ñ _ , _'_ 1 I I ( '. j_ . L ¡ I - I n. l 'A 'Hr À x g NOTHING LIKE THAT AROUND
  29. 29. . .|›. , k. 1/ x/ rrr/ (fzüxuue. I U l . I T O hA/ .r . .WUIIIJ»I. I m - E . wO num KW NSH_ 0 I SAE LK AWP , uc wwr Naa . n , EH E www w M om Is. V: L T7 , Em % ; Nm as . wwm%T . mas: m nã; .. . . NENE H . D Í Y MNÀ í OmkM D. OH Ú É H TAE SN TÃO SE CO A E AT um E m. , mm mw . mm E m m @E mM s w m. I AÍ MAYBE wE SHOULD HEA - BACKWDCAMP I V um 7;. . WW . ..u nau. 4 . . . í , N . ,, /9 ¡Mówdã
  30. 30. r “ I' GET' on: *Ii I v ' HERE! ' MEET ME TONIGHT RIGHT d¡ si! VII. 'a HE'S A BIG LAD. HE CAN TAKE CARE OF IS WHAT AM I DOING? I SHOULDN'T BE SEEING HIM AGAIN! HAo n-IIs MUCH EXCITEMENT IN zoo YEARS! g à n» «gx ap. ngm ' PEIZHAPS IT'S DO YOU THINK f/ E'$ THE ONE THE SPINNING ARROW WAS POINTING TO? LISTEN WITH YOUR HEART. ..
  31. 31. Y LOOK! NOW WE ~ ' HAVE ENouGH WARRIORS “ TO DESTROY THOSE WHITE . DEMoNs! 1 BUT IF ONE OF THEM DID WANT TO TALK¡ YOU WOULD LISTEN; WOULDN'T YOU? OF COURSE I WOULD. FATHER, WE DON'T NEED To FIGHT THEM! WE SHOULD TRY TALKING To THEM! CLEAR THEY DO NOT WANT TO í. - I' BUT IT IS NoT THAT SIMPLE. NOTHING IS SIMPLE ANYMORE.
  32. 32. GMITH! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN? ' V ÍÊÊÉÃISIQQTQE THEN. You KNOW THE ' INDIANS' WHEREAEouTs. WE'LL ' NEED THAT INFORMATION FOR THE BATTLE. WE'RE GOING TO ELIMINATE THOGE sAVAGEs! CAN'T! WE DON'T HAVE TO FIGHT -JOHNY WHAT'S GOTTEN INTO THEY vJUST WANT TO KEEP I MET ONE OF THEM. THEY ou¡ GOLD. CAN HELP US. THEY KNOW THE LAND¡ THE RIVERS. .. 9 / Íf i THEY DON'T WANT TO FEED us, THEY WANT TO KIM us!
  33. 33. NO GOLD? AND I LIES! 1/53/ MuRDEROuS BUT THIS i9 MY LAND! SUPPOSE YouR LITTLE THIEVES! THERE'S NO ROOM , T . s m5,¡ I MAKE THE LAWS. AND INDIAN FRIEND TOLD FOR THEM IN cIVILIzED You THIS. SOCIETY! ANYONE WHO SEES AN INDIAN WITHOUT KILLING HIM WILL BE TRIED FOR TREASON AND HANGEDÍ ROCAHONTAS, DON'T GO OUT THERE. I LIED FOR You ONcE. DON'T ASK ME , ., › , *a ' TO DO IT AGAIN. V KL THIS' t , à 'A TO DO WHAT IF SMITH 'x IDIOTS! THOSE IS RIGHT? WHAT y- SAVAGES DIDN'T IF THERE IS NO ATTAcI< uS FOR NOTHING! THEY'RE HIDING SOME-
  34. 34. 7 ú FOLLOW HIM. I WANT ANF 'F YOU YOu'VE BEEN A ' TO KNOW WHERE HE'S 955 ANV 'NÚIANÊ' POOR ExcuSE FOR A SNEAKING OFF TO. 9/7007 THEM~ SOLDIER. DON'T DISAR- 90"” ME AGAIN KOCOUM! I THINK 'A POCAHONTAS IS IN TROUBÁE/ '- t 'L 2071x317 ' í ANY GOOD. I ' “qu . Ii A “A ' . ~' u" 'v' 's l ~ 2 You HAVE TO cOME ' f, /V TALKNG , SNTT ' É WITH ME AND TALK TO ~ GOW; To DO MY FATHER. % I** "A N' ' “V ARE FLANNING “ TO ATTAcK YOUR AHEMÍ THERE'S SOMETHING I WANT TO SHOW YOU.
  35. 35. BUT SOME- ONE HAS TO START THEM. _J4ÍIVÍJ' l, 'f' f' p" S THEY'RE NOT I , V GOING TO LISTEN '. , . f " Ô é s . I v 1"¡I ' l " . "l ONLY WHEN THE FIGHTING STOPS¡ CAN YOU BE TOGETHER. LET'S GO TALK TO YOUR FATHER.
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  37. 37. I'M SO SORRY! ¡MIG- É › Ig Q TAS WANTS TO LOOK INTO THE EYES OF THE MAN WHO KILLED E KOcOuM. NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS TO ME. I'LL ALWAYS BE WITH YOU. .. IF WE'D NEVER MET, NONE OF THIS WOULD HAVE HAPPENED. DON'T CRY. I'D RATHER DIE TOMORROW THAN LIVE A HUNDRED YEARS WITHOUT KNOWING YOU. GOT To SEE GRANDMOTHER _
  38. 38. 7* - * THIS ! [5 WWE GOT TO , o Il"" AND SO WE "A AT DAYEREAK " BACK AT uAMESTOWN. . _ FERFEcT. THE SOMETHING, E_ SHALL. WE A7TACK. _t . __ _ J GOLD IS AS - _ _ M¡ . HEAR' THE . - I , S S- ' ' car ; ' SAVAGES GOT I R" SMITH! À >-, MEANWHILE. .. THEY'RE GOING TO KILL HIM AT IT'S THE SP/ NN/ NG 'TgAãÉJ ARROW FROM MY , DREAMS! BACK' , . ~ 'eu I P a. : : A › àm " 'Ê x . __, _ I. . n** SUNR/ ÊE, .
  39. 39. THE ARROW/ f IT'S SPINNING FASTER IT'S POINTING DIREcTLY AT THE SUNRISE! E: : THE SRIRIT OF THE, EARTH em” Vw' _ *' , I DON'T KNOW - ~- S N. _ _I WHAT I cAN DO, BUT I'VE GOT TO TRY “um -›, 1.; É 4 Z' SRING OUT THE * PRISONER! S ¡ I: . ^
  40. 40. IF YOu KILL HIM. YOu'LL HAVE TO KILL ME, TOO! 4_ @I */ T ê c A' I WON'T! 'Exa ; v1.4 AW l r LOOK AROUND YOU. THIS IS WHERE THE PATH OF HATRED HAS BROUGHT US. A: : . T. . ê ç D
  41. 41. MY DAUGHTER SPEAKS WITH A WISDOM BEYOND HER YEARS. WE HAVE ALL COME HERE WITH ANGER IN OUR HEARTS. BUT SHE COMES WITH COURAGE AND UNDERSTANDING. FROM THIS DAY FORWARD¡ IF THERE IS TO BE MORE KILLING¡ IT WILL NOT START WITH ME. THIS IS THE PATH I CHOOSE¡ FATHER. WHAT WILL YOURS BE? «à NO. .. CAN'T! THEY _ LET HIM GO.
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