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If Fables had half-hearted art, no character development, and rushed plot lines.
This is a very interesting and unique take on the characters of Shakespeare's work and how they would interact with one another in the same world.
I just wish I didn't have to bone up on all of the plays to make sense out of some of the characters or places mentioned.
If you enjoy anything done by William Shakespeare, than you'll love this twist of his characters! Good vs Evil.. the mysterious wizard Shakespeare himself.. it's all fantastic!Published 4 months ago by Karla Voth
The plot makes no sense. The characters are poorly formulated. The artwork is blurry and cheap, causing a lot of confusion about who is who in the scenes. Just a mess. A MESS!!!!Published 6 months ago by Matthew
Fun and fast paced....great read! It feels as if it will continue to impress. Kill Shakespeare is a must read!Published 15 months ago by James Skender
Granted, not everyone is a Shakespeare fan, but I doubt "Kill Shakespeare" is going to convert anyone. Read morePublished 16 months ago by The Vargle
I seriously thought this was a novel, but I suppose that's my own fault for not looking too closely before ordering. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Bzan
This was a decent comic book.
But as an adaptation of Shakespearean characters it falls far short. Read more
Here's a teaser of my review for it:
"Kill Shakespeare is an intense, thrilling, and a highly exciting narrative that is full of crazy puns and references galore to... Read more
Here's the thing: If you compare a comic to Fables, it better be damn good. This book, as I'm sure you've heard, is filled with Shakespeare characters. Or is it? Read morePublished on May 7, 2012 by Novocaine Jerusalem
I'm a sucker for a good story and the premise for this book sounded great. So I kept buying issue after issue based on that premise but the story never progressed and nothing... Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by Scott Hendrickson