Two Reviews – One Good, One Bad

The reviews continue to pile in… We have two noteworthy reviews this morning – one a really positive one, one a really negative one.

I think that some people would prefer to hide bad reviews but I’m of the opinion that it gets people talking, allows us to re-examine some aspects of our story, and also gives perspective.  We would feel as though something was wrong if EVERYONE loved our stuff!

The positive review is by Noel Bartocci from Broken Frontier (a really cool comic website).  He really enjoyed the first issue and he says:

Kill Shakespeare #1 is a fun and thoughtful romp through the landscape of one of history’s greatest storytellers. I for one cannot wait for the story to unfold… Within these pages is a genuine crossover appeal that many of us look for when trying to show nonbelievers the joy of comics.”

The negative review is from Tim Callahan at ComicBookResources (a top comic book website).  Although he enjoyed Andy B’s art, he believes that our interpretations of Hamlet and the other characters are wrong, stating that the characters, “don’t act like themselves, and they speak like second-rate Stan Lee Asgardians.”

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