Monday, May 4, 2009

Shakespeare in Foxtrot

Amend, Bill. Foxtrot.  Many a book: Many a year.

Many, many years ago, Bill Amend did a week-long series on Macbeth. I can still recall the look on Andy's face when she starts quoting the dagger speech when she learns that Paige is about to study the play in school.

That I don't have. But Sunday's Foxtrot provides this Shakespeare-related comic for all our amusement. Thank you, Bill Amend!

Links: Foxtrot's Official Site. The Specific Comic in Question.

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