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In this exciting second issue of the saga that combines Fables, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Northlanders, Hamlet begins his epic quest to find the reclusive wizard, William Shakespeare. Joined in arms by the imposing Richard III and his lieutenant Iago, Hamlet is attacked and has his life threatened by multiple forces-a violent rebel group known as the Prodigals, a mysterious fool, and someone he least expects...
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Reading Shakespeare Can Be Fun! 0

William Shakespeare must die. Will the witches' prophecy that Hamlet will kill him come true?  The Good I wasn't the biggest Shakespeare fan but, like most, had to read several of his works in high school. It's a clever concept that the characters here want to stop the tyranny of the wizard/god William Shakespeare. I like the art in this book. It captures the right amount of detail in the characters, bridging the stuffy world of Shakespeare (well, stuffy in my opinion) and making it fit in a com...

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