“A perfect comic book”!

Yesterday a review was posted that may be, as Conor mentioned, the “best review we’ll ever get in our lives.”  A really cool website, Panels on Pages, which takes a look at one comic book every week, reviewed Kill Shakespeare.  The review was amazing (click on the image to read the full review) and my favourite line is this:

“The first issue of Kill Shakespeare not only makes me want to keep reading, it makes me want to read other things… This is the sort of comic we need more of – a book that dares to push the boundaries of the medium and of the reader alike, almost daring us to broaden our horizons and truly engage ourselves in what we read; bold, imaginative storytelling paying homage to the great works which made it possible.”

  1. Robert Eddleman replied on April 14, 2010 at 11:57 pm

    We actually review several comics a week on POP!. But Jason Kerouac is doing a special set of review wherein he reads something completely new to him every week and gives his thoughts.

  2. Robert Eddleman replied on April 14, 2010 at 11:59 pm

    Also, I highly enjoyed the first issue. Hopefully one of the characters I’ve played before will eventually show up.

  3. Anthony Del Col replied on April 15, 2010 at 12:12 pm

    Hi Robert,

    What character(s) are you hoping will pop up? We’ve got a lot to come!

  4. Robert Eddleman replied on April 20, 2010 at 11:41 am

    Geez, I’ve played a bunch. Julius Caesar & Thersites are probably out due to time differential. Paris is dead post R&J. Christopher Sly would be cool if you needed a drunken braggart. Stephano too. Boy, I’ve either died or played drunks a lot.

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