Hamlet Comic Strip

Hamlet Comic Strip

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  • Not so, my lord.  I am too much i' the sun
  • Good Hamlet, cast thy nighted color off, And let thine eye look like a friend on Denmark
  • Speak I am bound to hear
  • So art thou to revenge when thou shalt hear.
  • My lord, we will not
  • Never make known what you have seen tonight
  • Immediately after the funeral for Hamlet's father comes the wedding for Gertrude and Claudius.  Hamlet is suspicious of this wedding already because of how quickly everyone else got over his father's death.
  • Do you think 'tis this?
  • Admit no messengers, receive no tokens. Which done, she took the fruits of my advice; And he, repelled-a short tale to make-fell into sadness.
  • It may be, very like.
  • Hamlet sees his father's ghost and the ghost tells him how he was killed by Claudius and that Hamlet must avenge his death by killing Claudius.
  • Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounced it to you, trippingly on the tonuge
  • I warrant your honor.
  • What wilt though do? Thou wilt not murder me? Help, help, ho!
  • Hamlet tells Horatio and Marcellus to never speak of seeing the ghost to anyone.  Hamlet also admits to them that he will be acting crazy for the next few weeks to try and figure out if what the ghost told him is true.
  • Oh, I am slain
  • Thou wretched, rash, intruding fool, farewell. I took thee for thy better.  Take thy fortune
  • Polonius is plotting with Gertrude and Claudius.  Polonius swears that the cause of Hamlet's insanity is due to Ophelia not loving him.  However, the king and queen are skeptical as he is obnoxiously extravagant as how he delivers this news.
  • Hamlet here changes the scripts for the upcoming play to recreate his father's murdering to see if Claudius's reaction to the play looks guilty.  Hamlet is taking steps to try make sure that the ghost was speaking the truth.
  • Here Hamlet accidentally kills Polonius instead of Claudius.  However, Hamlet is so obsessed with revenge on Claudius that it seems like he doesn't even care about Polonius's death.  This is a turning point for the plot because Hamlet is now being watched closer and can't kill Claudius nearly as easy.
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