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By Conor McCreery Anthony Del Col Andy Belanger | Comments: ( 300 ) | Date: ( May 26, 2020 )

Volume 4 of the award winning series returns with a high seas tale of pirate battles, vengeance, and lost love Hamlet, Juliet, Othello, and Shakespeare become pawns in a deadly game of survival between the legendary masked pirate Captain Cessario, his first mate Viola, and the new terror on the water, Titus Andronicus forbidding war ship The Lavinia.

  • Title: Kill Shakespeare, Vol. 4: The Mask of Night
  • Author: Conor McCreery Anthony Del Col Andy Belanger
  • ISBN: 9781631400582
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Kill Shakespeare, Vol. 4: The Mask of Night

  • Jarrah

    I was pretty disappointed with this installment in the Kill Shakespeare series. The story lacked both the attention to small details and the more epic and important feel of the previous arcs. The art felt lazy in some cases and I particularly disliked Cesario's mask, which didn't look at all special or menacing; just tacky, and yet seemed to appear on practically every page. From a feminist perspective I was super grossed out by Lucius' plots re: the pregnant Juliet and exasperated by the somewh [...]

  • Daniel

    This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.25 of 5What is happening to the Kill Shakespeare series?  I feel as though there is nothing to review here with this issue.Hamlet, Juliet, Othello, and Shakespeare are on a ship, Captained by a masked Cessario whose first mate is Viola.  Cessario and Viola and crew appear to be pirates, but pirates who are afraid of another ship, captained by Titus Andronicus (okayI'd be afraid of that ship, too).  There are some battles abo [...]

  • Joana Felício

    READ MY ORIGINAL REVIEW ON MY BLOG: thebookaddictsblogShakespeare and pirates. Who wouldn't want to read that?I hadn't read the previous volumes, so it started quite confusing and abruptly for me, but I got hold of the story pretty quickly from then onward.The illustrations were as they usually are: amazingly powerful and put us immediately in the right atmosphere that is necessary to a storyline like this. They were also vert graphic and violent. Very violent. I would not recommend this to ever [...]

  • Christina

    Wasn't fond of the ending, thought that it was maybe a little rushed, but all around enjoyable (like all the other ones).

  • Chris

    3.5 bumped up to 4.This book was a departure from the previous ones. It's barely about our ongoing heros at all. They are there and they are semi-important to the story, but they aren't really what the story is about. This one introduces Cesario, pirate extraordinaire, his first-mate/love interest Viola, and his cardboard crew. They are pursued by typical psychopath cannibal Lucius, son of Titus. Speaking of Titus, he was sorta kinda mentioned in a previous volume, but I think I learned more abo [...]

  • Adam Šilhan

    Pořád je to dobré, ale čtvrtý díl nic neposouvá.

  • Samantha

    This was much shorter than the others and, I'll admit, a little bit disappointing. I love Viola to little pieces, however.

  • Fiction State Of Mind

    A stand alone story arc with fierce pirate battles

  • Ian Wood

    This is the complete review as it appears at my blog dedicated to reading, writing (no 'rithmatic!), movies, & TV. Blog reviews often contain links which are not reproduced here, nor will updates or modifications to the blog review be replicated here. Graphic and children's reviews on the blog typically feature two or three images from the book's interior, which are not reproduced here.Note that I don't really do stars. To me a book is either worth reading or it isn't. I can't rate it three- [...]

  • Theediscerning

    While starting to this newbie as if it was only intending to try and prove the adage that Shakespeare, if alive now, would be writing for either TV soaps or for graphic novels, this story did gain some strength in time for me to see what it was about. It's still very awkward in taking characters from each and all of the Shakespeare plays and combining them, and peppering the script with quotes, play titles and more. But it does still have some merit, in managing to transpose all of that onto a t [...]

  • Wayne McCoy

    '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 [...]

  • Randy

    The tale continues, and by the way this books ends, looks to continue even more, with Juliet, Hamlet, Othello, and Shakespeare being rescued by pirates. The pirates are being pursued by those who work for the the new ruler Titus. I picked this book up because it continues a very clever series I am enjoying that retells Shakespeare by blending his characters into a new story.I finished the book because the story drew me on. Now that this book is finished, I want to read more.I would recommend thi [...]

  • Marisa

    This was awesome! I will be trying to get my hands on the previous volumes as soon as possible. Storyline independent, the artwork was fantastic and the writing was the perfect mixture of Shakespeare and everyday language. Set in an adventure on the high seas and this was a great read. I would highly recommend it.Who should read it? Any comic fan that loves Shakespeare!Please note: I received an advance copy through NetGalley.See all my reviews and more at ReadingToDistraction

  • Ron

    Juliet, Hamlet, Othello, and Shakespeare are rescued by Cesario and Viola of the pirate ship Boreas. Disagreement between the crew and Cesario over how to dispose of their captives arose, but was rendered moot due to the Lavina's arrival. After being trapped in a rocky coast, a trade of Juliet and Cesario is made for the Boreas escape. Of course neither Lucius' evil plan nor Cesario's rescue attempt work out. The volume finishes in grand style with plenty of action and mayhem to help the plot al [...]

  • Kyle

    A strange case of expanding the narrative world with familiar yet alternate version of Twelfth Night characters, yet sidelining the main Kill Shakespeare characters to rather soap opera-ish subplots: a baby with two possible daddies, a comatose and a raging guilt-trip. Viola and Cesario make an adequate leading pair, but it really would have tied up a loose end if it were Titus, not his grandson Lucius, who lost a leg in a sea battle with Antonio - sigh, less and less a treasure chest of Shakesp [...]

  • Paul Allard

    I’ve not read any of the previous episodes so came into this quite confused: knowing Shakespeare reasonably well, it was at first strange to find Othello, Juliet, Hamelt, Lear, Viola etc all together, along with Shakespeare himself.This series of episodes take place mainly at sea in a pirate environment. It is a story of betrayal, mutiny, sea battles, love and lust. There is a lot of action, much of it bloody.Quite well-illustrated

  • Elle Markov

    A twist on Shakespeare with all the gore the Middle Ages and Pirates can bring to a story.I was so sad when Cesario died, I wanted him and Viola to sail off together as he wanted to. But revenge is all the more dramatic when it's done for love, at least that's how it's in all the classics.If you're into the dramatic, old English read, you'll enjoy this book. The illustrations are good and in the steps of Shakespeare all love ends tragically.Rating 4 out of 5Read@Book

  • Paul

    This series continues on roiling with treachery, regret, revenge and unrequited love. Even with all these intense passions, this volume seems like a pull back from the intense pace set by the first three volumes. This is still recommended and I look forward to future volumes.

  • John Opalenik

    Another awesome chapter in the Kill Shakespeare story. If you've liked it so far, you'll love this.My one and only complaint is that it was comparatively short.

  • Lukas Holmes

    Best volume yet.

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