I continue our lightning-fast journey through the history plays in today's installment of Three-Panel Plays!
That's Justice Shallow and Mistress Quickly, partying with Falstaff in the first panel. "Falstaff parties" is a recurring motif in these plays.
The trouble with drawing stick-figure archers is that you have to be very clear which sticks are the arms, as opposed to the arrow sticks and the bowstring sticks. If you get them mixed up, nobody will know what is going on. Ah, the subtleties of my "craft"...
Next up, we delve into the Henry VI plays! Yes, it's Wars of the Roses time!
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