Issue #14, July 1993
Continued from Cage #16. Priapus and our heroes are now in a monastery in Italy. His has Terror, Cage and Silver under a spell where he controls their actions, but not their thoughts. Terror manages to replace one of his arms, and Priapus does not control it, so it is able to shoot a lighting fixture over Priapus that crashes down upon him. When it does, the other are freed from his trance. As our heroes flee to regroup, Priapus casts a spell over the monks of the monastery and they track the trio. As they try to incapacitate the monks without killing them, they actually begin working together on a plan. As Priapus approches. They know not to look directly at him or they made fall under his spell again, but Silver accidently does. Silver slowly approaches Priapus and begins to kiss him, then in a swift move, and faking it all along, she grabs a noose that Terror had lowered down and flings it across Priapus' neck, and Terror begins to hoist him up. Cage comes and rips the Tryst from Priapus' chest. As he does, a large serpent emerges from within Priapus, and promptly devours Priapus. The serpent turns to our heroes, says, "I bear no grudges," grabs the Tryst and disappears. And this story comes to an abrupt end.
Silver Sable: Early Tales
This story picks up right where it left off last time. As another garrison of Russian troops were coming, they were gunned down from an unknown source. Then a man appears behind Silver and illustrates how easily he could have killed her, as, he reveals, he was hired to do. But, the man who introduces himself as the Foreigner, says he can not kill such beauty, and Silver finds herself strangely taken by him. He assists the Wild Pack in defeating the Russians and escaping. Silver claims it was love at first sight, and she was shocked by her own admission. The story closes with Silver and the Foreigner kissing. To be continued.
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