Kill Shakespeare

Kill Shakespeare

Volume 2 : The Blast of War

Book - 2011
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Hamlet has decided to join Juliet, Othello, Iago, and Falstaff in their rebellion.
Publisher: San Diego, Calif. : IDW ; London : Diamond [distributor], 2011.
ISBN: 9781613770252
Branch Call Number: 741.5 McC YA
Characteristics: 1 v. : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Additional Contributors: Belanger, Andy
Del Col, Anthony
Alternative Title: Blast of war


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Mar 11, 2013

There is an insert included with the book that is intended to replace a page on which the dialogue was mistakenly not printed. Should this page ever go missing, please see the "Quotes" section.

notplainjane29 Oct 12, 2012

It would be great to be able to read volume 1 before volume 2!


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Mar 11, 2013

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To our readers,

Well, if you're reading this then you realize something went SLIGHTLY amiss during the printing process. As Caesar might say: "The fault, dear reader, is not in our stars, but in ourselves."

Sadly, by the time we caught the error the book you are holding was already printed but we wanted to make sure you didn't miss a panel of the action - hence this handy little slip sheet. We hope it doesn't eat into your enjoyment of a story that we're damn proud to be telling. And hey, if everything goes REALLY well this little piece of paper could be quite the collectible one day.

Thanks again for reading, and thanks for being the greatest fans in comics.

Kill Shakespeare & IDW

Mar 11, 2013

Insert Dialogue (moving in order from top left to bottom right)

PANEL ONE. Harlequin: Will this Fish do, my people? (Crowd Cheers)

PANEL TWO. Harlequin: Come, Fish. Drown us with your talents.

PANEL THREE. Hamlet: But what is the play? What is my role?

PANEL FOUR. Harlequin: Worry not, 'tis the old favourite, "The Murder of Gonzago". Listen closely, though, for there is a twist or two in the tale.

PANEL FIVE. Hamlet: Gonzago...?

PANEL SIX. Harlequin (narrating): "Long ago there was the young king Gonzago and his queen, joined together by the tightest bands of love.

PANEL SEVEN. Harequin (narrating): "But alas, dark times were on the horizon. (Sounds of Thunder)

PANEL EIGHT. Harlequin (narrating): "There was one man whose heart was filled not with joy for regal young lovers, but with a burning jealousy."


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