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Orgel, Stephen: "Shakespeare in stunning full colour." In: Word & Image 1.3 (1985), S. 273–277.
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Keywords: Adaption, Literatur, Shakespeare. William
Collection: Word & Image
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These are startling documents: comic-strip versions of Shakespeare plays in which the dialogue is a complete standard modern text, though unlike standard Shakespeares, there are no notes. Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth are by an artist called Von, whose technique was identified for me by a resident teenage expert as ‘Batman and Robin’ - pure old fashioned comic-strip. Oscar Zarate's Othello is visually and in other respects -more interesting, reflecting not only some real thinking about the play, but a little bit of Barlach and Ensor as well. The publishers too have been a little more thoughtful with Othello, and have provided a plot summary and a brief introduction.