I've often complained that Bill Watterson doesn't work enough Shakespeare in to his Calvin and Hobbes comic.
He does cover the "To be or not to be" soliloquy" (for which, q.v.), but not much else.
But what do you think of this one? It seems like a pretty clear allusion to King Lear—including the "Off, off, you lendings! come unbutton here" of Act III, scene iv.
Let's tune in to see what happens (click on the image below to enlarge it).
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