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What Fables does for fairy tales, Kill Shakespeare does with the greatest writer of all time. This dark take on the Bard pits his greatest heroes (Hamlet, Juliet, Othello Falstaff) against his most menacing villains (Richard III, Lady Macbeth, Iago) in an epic adventure to find and kill a reclusive wizard named William Shakespeare. This debut- featuring a full 32-page story-will change the way you look at Shakespeare forever.
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I admit, if I see something that is quite controversial, I'm a lot more likely to want to read it. One of the main things I love about comics is that people really think of what they could do with them - old stories have been re-written (the Marvel What If? series), superheroes has been flung into the past (1602), the possibilities seem endless. So of course, with those in mind, this story is perfect for me.  And I love it. Pitting Hamlet against Macbeth's Witches is a really interesting concept...

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