thefourthman wrote:Foresooth, what sayeth thee?
Here will be an old abusing of God's patience and the King's English:http://www.bleedingcool.com/2010/04/12/ ... akespeare/
Spicy Dickspeare wrote:Daaaaaaaaaaaaamn, I can't be arsed to read all that shite, especially her verse.
The lady doth protest too much.
Apparently, she is an irksome, brawling scold.
But really, Kimberly Cox?
I do hope we have some English majors here, that link will show you why no one invites you to parties. Good grief! She starts out with how inaccessible Shakespeare is, how no one understands it (except her and her ilk, presumably
), then goes on to say that anyone can write like Shakespeare, badly, with some painfully droll-panties Fakespeare to boot, and rounds out her review by telling the writer of the comic how he should've done his job--something only bad critics do.
Apparently only Shakespeare scholars get to milk that sacred cow. And no, I don't wish the comic were done entirely in bad Fakespeare--I don't even think I'd read it if it were.