Here is a sneak peek of this week’s Kill Shakespeare – Past is Prologue: Juliet #1 from IDW Publishing.
The final issue of Kill Shakespeare: The Mask of Night arrives this week, and IDW Publishing sent us a sneak peek.
IDW Publishing’s Kill Shakespeare series continues this week, and according to the publisher, is a great companion to the newly released Kill Shakespeare board game.
Here’s an early look at Kill Shakespeare: The Mask of Night #1.
Press Release In May, Kill Shakespeare will make the leap from comic series to board game to the delight of fans of both mediums. This June, fans will have even more to rejoice about as the award-winning comic series returns with Kill Shakespeare: The Mask of Night.
Press Release IDW Games has selected game designers Thomas Vande Ginste and Wolf Plancke as the creative team that will bring Kill Shakespeare to tabletops in 2014. The design team, best known for the sold-out critically acclaimed Yedo, will deliver a co-operative board game that pits several of the Bard’s most popular characters together in a struggle to protect the land from King Richard and Lady Macbeth.
Press Release IDW Games announced it had signed J.K. Woodward and Dave Dorman to be the art team for their launch title, Kill Shakespeare. Woodward’s work has been a mainstay at IDW since 2005, where he helped relaunch Fallen Angel before moving on to various Star Trek series, including last-year’s best-selling Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who maxi-series. Dave Dorman is an Eisner Award-winning artist known for his extensive work in the fantasy genre, including Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and much more.
Press Release Spurred by the demand of fans from the worlds of comics, theatre and academia, IDW Publishing is proud to announce the return of the acclaimed comic series Kill Shakespeare with the release of KILL SHAKESPEARE: THE TIDE OF BLOOD #1. The new five-issue run, with the original creative team of co-writers Conor McCreery and Anthony Del Col and artist Andy Belanger returning, debuts on February 20th, 2013 in comic book stores across the United States, Canada, and overseas.
IDW Publishing has announced it is bringing back Kill Shakespeare in a new five issue limited series.
Press Release The creators of IDW Publishing’s Kill Shakespeare comic book series look to court controversy this month by bringing their take on Shakespeare and his characters to the birth country of the Bard himself this month on a two-week signing and convention tour of England.
This week on the show: The Bard must die! An infinite number of possibilities! And Star Wars meets James Bond! Plus Matthew and his Electric Light Orchestra doing the cha-cha (and old George Carlin routines). [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp362.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Show Notes after the Jump!
Now that the final issue has been released, and trade paperbacks are on the way, the Major Spoilers Crew is finally sitting down to discuss Kill Shakespeare from IDW Publishing. An epic adventure that will change the way you look at Shakespeare forever. In this dark tale, the Bard’s most famous heroes embark upon a journey to discover a long-lost soul. Hamlet, Juliet, Othello, Falstaff, Romeo and Puck search for a reclusive wizard who may have the ability to assist them in their battle against the evil forces led by the villains Richard III, Lady Macbeth and Iago. That reclusive