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The Eyes Have It! Russian cover

The Eyes Have It! is a comic short story published in the Disney Adventures comics in the Winter of 2007, set in the Pirates of the Caribbean during the Age of Piracy.

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Jack and his crew are aboard the Black Pearl in a storm, playing the game of Snake Eyes, and Jack explains the myth behind the game. The game is interrupted when a lady is washed onboard the ship. She introduces herself as Mary Bonny the next morning. Trying to steal Jack's compass, she takes on Jack in a duel. Jack tells her that being a pirate is more than being good at cheating or swordfighting, it is about being free. Suddenly a huge serpent that Jack described from the game they were playing the night before, rocks the ship and swallows Mary. She ends up on a deserted island the next day, promising to take revenge on Jack.





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"Mary Bonny" could well be named after Mary Read, and Anne Bonny, two famous female pirates.

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