Kill Shakespeare #1 – The First Six Pages

With excellent artwork by Andy Belanger, colouring by Ian Herring and lettering by Robbie Robbins, we are happy to release the first six pages of Kill Shakespeare #1!  All artwork is copyright Kill Shakespeare Entertainment, Inc.

Kill Shakespeare #1, Page 1

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Kill Shakespeare #1, Page 4

Kill Shakespeare #1, Page 5

Kill Shakespeare #1, Page 6

  1. Tania Roxborogh replied on April 7, 2010 at 2:22 am

    Squee character one: Oberon Yuss!
    Then Hamlet. Loving it. Graphics classic.

    This is going to be SO much fun!!

  2. Jane McLemore Jane McLemore
    Jane McLemore replied on April 10, 2010 at 3:44 pm

    I have been teaching English 9 and now English 12 since 1982. Each year that I have taugh required my teaching a Shakespearean play. Ninth grade was ROMEO AND JULIET; twelfth grade is MACBETH. How grand to see these characters in a new genre, a genre many teens will appreciate.

    I look forward to sharing this creative-step-above-graphic novels with my students.

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