"Kill Shakespeare" is winding into its last act and all the pieces set into play look to make the last two issues one hell of a ride. People are going to die (and that means good sales, right?) but they're going to go out in service to a story that has been quality all the way and with art that pleases in so many ways. This issue brings us the maker of this world, and shows us what a false idol he is. So what is there left to live for and defend? Read Full Review
This is a really hard issue to review because so much of the book's success hinges upon the appearance of William Shakespeare. Looking at this issue alone, I'm a bit underwhelmed, but that's not to say that this won't read a million times better once the story is completed. This is one comic that is really going to benefit from being read in trade format (or even in chunks of issues) and I think that my opinion of this issue in particular could change retroactively after we see more of what McCreery and Del Col are doing. That's not to say that there aren't some problems that are hard to overlook, though. This isn't the strongest issue of Kill Shakespeare yet, but in the grand scheme of things, I remain extremely positive about this series as a whole. Read Full Review
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