The conclusion of the story.
I don’t mean like some kind of creepy JARVIS. I actually don’t like it when my technology tries to think for itself. No, what I mean is that I wish my computer could just communicate properly, instead of spitting error codes at me when something goes wrong.
In my family, you will find very differing opinions on when it rained. There is me, who prefers optimism. Then there are others, who equate rain with a nothing short of a flood.
It’s here! The final installment!
Let’s find out what Juliet’s plan is to get out of her predicament.
And suddenly the play turns dark.
Here comes Act II! This is the act that contains the famous balcony-scene, in this case, horribly butchered and summarised by me.
Are you ready? Shall we dive straight into Act I? This post is very image-heavy. (more…)
Following in the (long-past) wake of The Merchant of Venice cartoonified, I am very excited to present Romeo and Juliet in the same format. I hope to improve on the previous series: less disorganisation, more analysis and, in particular, deal with the issue of R&J as a Shakespearean comedy. (more…)
Cue the sad music… (Here is some, if you don’t have any.)
No cartoon available due to missing cartoonist.
If you ever want to start a company with the goal of providing a service people never knew they needed, I already placed dibs on this idea, okay? (more…)