Julius Caesar Comic Strip

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Julius Ceaser act one scene two

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  • Mark Antony, don't forget to touch my wife Calpurina during the race of Lupercal
  • Sure
  • Act one scene two
  • Caesar! beware the Ides of March!
  • This soothsayer is a dreamer. let us leave him be.
  • Brutus why don't you stay and watch the race?
  • How about we go somewhere else?
  • Ok
  • I don't have Mark Antony's lively character Cassius. I'll just leave quietly so I don't disturb anyone.
  • Caesar is telling Marc Antony to touch Calpurina during the race of Lupercal. Marc Antony agrees.
  • What's wrong Brutus? Lately you have not been yourself. You are too stiff and formal with your old friend.
  • If I look upset it is only because I am having personal problems with myself.
  • Caesar is being warned against the Ides of March (March 15). Caesar doesn't listen.
  • YAY!
  • What is that noise? I'm scares that the people chose Caesar a the first king of Rome!
  • So you don't want it to happen?
  • No I don't want Caesar to be king but I am very fond of him
  • CAESAR!
  • Brutus is leaving the race because he doesn't want to watch it. Cassius intercepts him and asks him why doesn't he want to stay. Cassius goes with Brutus.
  • Caesar is not a god. he is just a regular man like you and me. I saved his life once, and he was near death another time. I saved him once when he said we should swim and see who is the fastest. He was drowning and I Cassius saved him.
  • I saw him near death when he had a fever. He cried out to me "Cassius pass me a drink of water."
  • When Cassius asks whats wrong Brutus says it is a personal problem.
  • There is a lot of noise. Brutus said that he doesn't want Caesar to be king but he it Caesars good friend.
  • Cassius is bringing Caesar down, and pushing himself up.
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