Spy-fly seems hungry. Well, he hasn’t eaten for millions of years so I guess that is natural.
On today’s page we see the newly freed Spy-fly and his modern day descendants in a state of shock. We also see the Red Wizard keeping a shard of amber for safe keeping.
With the objecting king disposed of the Red Wizard is free to do as he wishes… and what he wishes is to free Spy-fly from his amber prison!
On today’s page we find that the cave worker revolt is short lived after the Red Wizard reminds them all that Thug-bug is present and taking names…
Upset that their king, King Dipteros, has been murdered by the Red Wizard the cave workers seem ready to revolt!
King Dipteros is dying a horrible death and while he does he calls our to his son Prince Calliph and daughter Princess Fleala apologizing to them.
The Red Wizard, realizing he has found what he sought and no longer needs the complaining king, kills King Dipteros.
The Red Wizard continues to commune with Spy-fly, striking a deal.
As the Red Wizard communes with the amber imprisoned Spy-fly King Dipteros, ruler of the modern day fly people objects to the whole thing and orders the Red Wizard to stop. While the king is complaining, Spy-fly and The Red Wizard are striking a deal.
The Red Wizard reveals that although this ancient fly they have found in the cave wears the legendary King’s Seal he isn’t the famed King Myiagros but instead the individual responsible for his death.