Act 2 Scene 4 Romeo and Juliet Comic Strip

Act 2 Scene 4 Romeo and Juliet Comic Strip
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  • I bet he's trying to start something.
  • Aw, man. That Rosaline girl is going to make him crazy.
  • Hey Benvolio, have you seen Romeo?
  • Tybalt is so old fashioned. He has no idea how to fight dirty like people do now, without being all proper. 
  • But Romeo is going to get in trouble! Rosaline is going to get him killed! He might as well fight Tybalt.
  • Did you know Tybalt, one of Juliet's relatives, spoke to Romeo's father?
  • Why, though? 
  • Romeo is going to react to that, you know.
  • No, and I didn't see him at his father's house. 
  • He doesn't look good. Probably from that dumb Rosaline. Hey Romeo, where were you last night? You ditched us. 
  • You just left us. Don't you get what I'm saying?
  • Look, it's Romeo!
  • I'm sorry. I had to do something important and forgot my manners. 
  • Hey, guys! Wait, how exactly did I ditch you?
  • So your "important" business is more important than being loyal to us.
  • Yes, I am pink with loyalty.
  • Yeah.
  • See? Isn't this better than thinking about girls? Now you're more like your old self. All love does is try to make you find holes to put your so-called "pumps" in.
  • Nah, I'm done. This is a wild goose chase.
  • Okay, clever one. Your "pump" is worn out now.
  • Whoa, dude. Chill.
  • Goose? Maybe you're a goose. A fat goose, too.
  • Pink? Like a flower? Why, then is my pump well flowered.
  • How nice of you to say. 
  • Oh, really?
  • This is such a lame joke, but it is fun. We should keep it going.
  • I just talk like a young man would.
  • Yes, and the dirty clock's hands say noon.
  • Good afternoon, ma'am. 
  • Ugh! Where did you get that foul mouth from?
  • Good morning, gentlemen.
  • Oh, my! It's afternoon already?
  • What a pimp!
  • Are you bringing him to dinner?
  •  Oh, wait. She can't be a pimp unless she's hiding it with her old wrinkles. So, Romeo, do you want to go to your dad's place? We can grab some grub and hang out. 
  • I'm right here, and I am the youngest man with that name around here.
  • Yeah, I'll meet up with you after I talk with her real quick.
  • What do you mean, Mercutio?
  • Alright. Anyway, do you know where Romeo is by any chance? I need to speak with him.
  • Alright. We need to talk. Alone.
  • Really? That's great! I'll treat her like a queen. And could you help me get her out of her house so we can go out together and marry?
  • That was my friend Mercutio, and he does talk too much sometimes, but he doesn't mean anything by it.  
  • Well, here! Thank you so much, kind lady!
  • Oh, man! I should pay you back for this!
  • Look, I didn't see him get that bad. If he were to even touch you I would have protected you. 
  • No problem! Juliet adores you, and I would love to see you happy together.
  • Who was that boy? He should never talk to a woman like that! And Peter, why didn't you do anything to stop him?
  • No worries! Although a bit of change would be quite nice.
  • Of course. She'll be so happy when I tell her the news.
  • Romeo, I wanted to talk about Juliet. She does wish to be with you, and I will help you be together, as long as you treat her well. And don't talk to her like Mercutio just spoke to me, either.
  • Okay. Bye, Romeo. And farewell, ancient lady. Lady, lady, lady!
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