author: Anthony Del Col
average rating: 3.54
book published: 2014
read at: 2014/12/07
date added: 2014/12/07
'Kill Shakespeare Volume 4: The Mask of Night' takes place at sea. Our main story has moved off the crazy island. As usual, the art and story are good.
The story starts aboard masked Captain Cesario's ship. He and his first mate Viola find something stowed aboard their ship. It's not treasure, but it may prove of value. It's stowaways in the form on Juliet, Hamlet, Shakespeare and a crazed Othello. Surprises abound, especially when they run into Titus Andronicus' war ship The Lavinia. Viola makes some tough choices, and sets up the story for the next chapters.
The story, as usual was pretty good, but it did feel a bit like a middle story. The art was as good as it's been for this series. I liked this volume of the story. It's definitely graphic and a bit rough, so know that going into the story.
I received a review copy of this graphic novel from Diamond Book Distributors and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this graphic novel.
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