"If chance will have me king, why, chance may crown without my stir."
"Young fry of treachery!"
The setting takes place in Dusinane Scotland. Two of the main characters are Macbeth and Lady Macbeth who are also part of the conflict.
"Despair thy charm, and let the demon whom thou still hast served tell thee Macduff was from his mother's womb untimely ripped."
The conflict is man versus self with Macbeth facing his own prophecies that the witches had said to him either fulfilling them or challenging them. This is also like fate versus free will because the prophecies the three witches had said to Macbeth either made him take advantage of them or try to change them in any way he could.
The rising action in this graphic novel is when the three men Macbeth sent out to kill Banquo and his son kill Macduff's wife and son. This relates to the conflict and is part of the rising action because the witches prophecy states that Macduff will become king which makes Macbeth want to challenge this fate and eliminate Macduff as well as his family.
"My thanes and kinsmen, Henceforth be earls, the first that ever Scotland In such an honor named."
The climax in the graphic novel Macbeth is when Macbeth realizes after what Macduff has told him is that Macduff is able to kill Macbeth since he was born from c section. Since he knows he will not defeat him, Macbeth tries telling Macduff that he will not fight him making him a coward as Macduff had told him. He then continues to fight to the death.
The falling action in this graphic novel is when Macduff and Macbeth fight. Relating to the conflict man versus self, Macbeth wants to kill Macduff or do whatever he can to hold throne because the witches prophecy states that anyone not born of c section shall kill Macbeth but Macduff is meaning that Macduff can kill him. In the end that is what happens.
The denoument in this graphic novel is when Malcolm become the King of Scotland. This is the denoument because the denoument means when the conflict or problem is solved in the plot and is the final scene. In the graphic novel Macbeth, Macduff slays Macbeth which fulfills the prophecy and Malcolm becomes the new King of Scotland.