Friday, August 11, 2023

Shakespeare in FoxTrot's Bury my Heart at Fun-Fun Mountain

Amend, Bill. Bury my Heart at Fun-Fun Mountain. Kansas City: Andrews and McMeel, 1993.

I didn't find any Shakespeare in Eight Yards, Down And Out (Update: A second look revealed some possible Shakespeare in that volume, for which, q.v.), and I only found one Shakespeare-related comic in Bury my Heart at Fun-Fun Mountain.

Still, as I continue my quest to track down all the Shakespeare in FoxTrot, it's something.

Here you go, then!  Paige is, once again, behind on her homework:

That's it!

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