It’s time for Corey to make it up to Marcus for making him worry. He’s ready to use his body to pleasure his master but the dastardly supervillain has other plans as he introduces Corey to a new but not-unfamiliar playmate.
After the ordeal of extracting Hari’s poison from his body, Corey convalesces in Master’s bed. When Master notices he’s awake and aware earlier than expected, he’s given a reward for being such a strong, resilient boy.
The consequences of Corey’s encounter with Hari become apparent and Corey and Marcus are reunited in the aftermath.
In need of time to process what he did as Godspark, Corey stumbles upon some knowledge that puts him in more danger than he knows, and Marcus’ carefully-laid plans in jeopardy.
The thought of losing his Master makes Corey snap, and a new villain is born.
Corey has a warm reunion with the demon lord Melthazadaan, to whom he’s been entrusted by his master for an entire day, in his dreams. However, when he is forced to return to the land of the living, it seems that everything has gone to shit.
Corey plays with his neighbor but ends up taking things a bit too far.
Corey learns of a more sinister facet of his powers, and finds out that he’s less of a goodie-two-shoes than he realizes.
Training starts for Corey as Marcus prepares him for the role he has to play in things to come.
Corey gets bored in Marcus’ bedroom and looks for Castor just as Marcus suggested.