So well thy words become thee as thy wounds; they smack of honor both.
Prithee, peace! I adar do all that may become a man. Who dares do more is none.
From this time, such I account thy love. Art thou afeared to be the same in act and valor as thou art in desire?
One guard did laugh in his sleep, and one cried "Murder!" that they did wake each other. I stood and heard them. But they did say their prayers and fell again to sleep.
King Duncan cares about what has happened and wants to know more. (page 5, panel 3)
'Tis Banquo's then.
There's blood on thy face.
Macbeth would have to make a decision and he doesn't really know what to do. (page 30, panel 3)
I'll not fight with thee.
Macbeth has been convinced enough by Lady Macbeth to murder King Duncan and then becomes the new King of Scotland soon after. (page 42, panel 5)
The murdering goes on because he, Macbeth, wants to avoid the other consequence that might happen. (page 77, panel 3)
My lord, his throat is cut. That I did for him.
Is he depatched?
Macbeth "finds" out the truth that he was born from a woman and tries to confront with Duncan. (page 127, panel 1)
Then yield thee, coward and live to be the show and gaze of the time. We'll have thee, as our rarer monsters are, displayed beneath a painted sign, and cry "Come see the tyrant!"
Macbeth has been murdered by Macduff and Malcolm has become the new King of Scotland. (page 134, panel 3)
My thanes and kinsmen, Henceforth be earls, the first that ever Scotland In such an honor named. We'll call our firends Home from abroad that fled the tyranny Of his dead butcher and his fiend-like queen, Who, as 'tis thought, by self and violent hands Took off her life.