INTERMISSION! We're done with Act 1 of King Lear, and, as there are four more extremely heavy acts to go, I thought it would be nice to take a quick break. Here's what I did this past week:


I am, however, willing to accept that I might be a partial idiot for not immediately changing it to "avenge" so as to avoid upsetting people. But "revenge" sounds cooler.

I'd like to thank those people who e-mailed me early on about this for being wonderful and polite. One of them also wonderfully and politely pointed out that I had spelled "Hamlet" as "Halmet" in one of the panels, an error that no amount of textual research could excuse. If anyone catches any typos or grammatical errors in my comics, please let me know, either in the comments or through the form on my About page. I really do appreciate it. 

That's all for today's grammar lesson! Join me again on Wednesday, when we'll start to tackle the second act of King Lear. And what an act it is! Act Two, Scene Two in particular is a doozy.