Monday, November 16, 2009

FoxTrot: Macbeth Sequence (Part Two)

Amend, Bill. Take us to your Mall: A FoxTrot Collection by Bill Amend. Kansas City: Andrews and McMell, 1995.
Ah, Andi.

Ah, Paige.

Ah, Macbeth.

We return to the FoxTrot series on Macbeth, picking up where we left off. In the very first strip, Paige's mother was thrilled that her daughter was reading the play, and she showed that emotion by ecstatically reciting the opening of the dagger speech.

The large picture above shows the daughter's reaction.

The continuation of the series shows the enormous sweeping panorama of emotion inspired by Shakespeare (and by having to write a paper on one of his plays).

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