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Amazing Spider-Man #643 by Mark Waid

By Mark Waid

Written through Paul Azaceta, Stan Lee, Mark Waid. half 2 of starting place OF THE SPECIES. Plus the SPIDEY SUNDAY characteristic maintains! Rated A

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They were probably mercenaries and knights who had been specially retained for the occasion. The boat carrying Lawrence and Holo rounded the tower, and as it entered the river proper, one man yelling curses from the very top of the tower was restrained by the mercenaries. Lawrence wasn't feeling especially sympathetic, but at the same time, he hoped there would be no fatalities. As he watched, the things that had happened to him in the town came floating vaguely to his mind. Just as the men in the tower were now in real trouble, Lawrence himself had only just faced his own problems.

But all he could conclude was that he'd never known a boy that called him master, unless he was one of the children he had taught to earn their bread while on his travels. That's when the realization hit him. This was a desperate gamble by the boy to save his own life. Lawrence had figured it out, but the guard figured it out a mo- 53 ment sooner and sent the boy tumbling down with the butt of his pike, forcing him to the ground as though planning to sew him to it. " The checkpoint was the symbol of whoever held power.

Yet those light blue eyes were fixed evenly on Lawrence. Lawrence found himself momentarily transfixed by the implor­ ing gaze-"If I fail here I'll surely die;' the boy seemed to say­ when he was jolted from his reverie by a sharp elbow to the ribs from Holo. Holo was looking neither at Lawrence nor at the boy but rather off in a random direction. However, her profile spoke very clearly: "Don't forget what you just said:' The boy had stood up on his own and called for help. " yelled the guard. The line of boats waiting to get through this checkpoint and on to the next one grew longer.

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