Also, can I just say that Iago's fate might be the single most satisfying panel I have ever read in comics? I've always hated the fact that he never really got his comeuppance in Othello, and this more than made up for that. I confess to more than a little fangirlish cheering on that panel: “that was for Desdemona and Emelia, you bastard!” Read Full Review
"Kill Shakespeare" has been a fun title to read from start to finish. The characters grew on you over the time of publication until complete investment was achieved by the conclusion. We might have started with the blueprint the original creator laid out, but Conor McCreery and Anthony Del Col certainly made many of them their own. This issue felt very much like the final minutes of "Return of the Jedi" and not in a bad way. This tale might be over for now but this world is ripe and open for further adventures. If this story has been any indication, we can only hope the creative team can one day come back to twist the bard's quill once more and have a little fun. Read Full Review
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