Three-Panel Plays, part 15

It's all about love in today's installment of Three-Panel Plays

Poor old Mercutio and Tybalt didn't make the cut. GET IT? "CUT"? HAHAHAHAH.... sorry, it's a Monday morning, that's the best I can do.

See how I managed to distill all the controversy surrounding varying feminist/misogynist interpretations of The Taming of the Shrew by adding a question mark to the last panel? That's efficiency for you. It says: "Draw your own conclusions, because I'm too lazy to do so."

Stop by again on Wednesday when I'll be taking a look at The Tempest and Timon of Athens! If you've always wanted to know what happens in Timon of Athens, but you've never seen a production (because it's hardly every performed) and you've got better things to do than actually read the play, or even the Wikipedia summary, you'll want to see this.

See all Three-Panel Plays here!