This week is going to be a three-panel week. I've done three-panel version of all of Shakespeare's plays, plus his narrative poem Venus and Adonis. That just leaves his other narrative poem, The Rape of Lucrece.
It turns out it's impossible to make The Rape of Lucrece funny. That being said, here's what happens in it:
Sadly, Shakespeare's poem ends before Tarquin is brutally murdered in revenge for Lucrece. Which is a pity, because I'm pretty sure that's the bit everyone wants to hear more about.
A whole slew of (hopefully funnier) three-panel plays are coming on Thursday!