Romeo and Juliet Comic
Updated: 3/11/2020
Romeo and Juliet Comic

Storyboard Text

  • Before the bad new:I had a great dream of Juliet kissing me when I died and breathing life into me. Then I became an emperor
  • Act V Scene 1
  • “Then I defy you, stars!”
  • Juliet was found dead at her house this morning
  • Act V scene 2
  • Oh no! This neglect may do much danger. I have to go take Juliet form her tomb.
  • I could not send the letter
  • Act V Scene 3
  • “O, I am slain! If thou be merciful, open the tomb, lay me with Juliet.
  • “Ah, dear Juliet, why art thou yet so fair?”
  • Walking the streets of Mantua, Romeo describes a dream he had the night before, when Balthasar (his servant) comes bearing bad news. Romeo leaves for Verona that night and stops to buy poison, deciding to go to Juliets tomb and kill him self.
  • Act V Scene 3
  • “Here’s to my love! O true apothecary! Thy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss I die.”
  • Friar John tells Friar Lawrence that he wasn’t able to send the letter explaining Juliets false death. Friar Lawrence realizes no on will be there to take Juliet from the tomb when she wakes up and decides to take her up to his cell right then.
  • Act V Scene 3
  • Paris goes to visit Juliets tomb late at night, where he hears someone approaching. Recognizing the person to be Romeo, and thinking he’s come to do harm to Tybalt or Juliets body, he attacks him. Romeo draws his sword and fights back, ending with Paris dead.
  • Act V Scene 3
  • “O brother Montague, give me thy hand, this is my daughters jointure, for no more can I demand
  • “For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo.
  • Realizing that he killed Paris, he fulfills his dying wish, laying him next to Juliet. Then, after admiring her beauty and kissing her, he drinks the poison, kisses Juliet one last time and dies.
  • “O, here will I set up my everlasting rest and shake the yoke of inauspicious stars from this world-wearied flesh.”
  • Juliet awakens just as Friar Lawrence enters the tomb. He tells her that Romeo and Paris are dead, and they need to leave before someone catches them. Juliet refuses and the Friar leaves without her. Juliet kisses Romeo with the hope of dying by the poison on his lips, but to no avail. She then daggers herself, and dies.
  • “O churl! Drunk all, and left no friendly drop to help me after? I will kiss thy lips.
  • Haply some poison yet doth hang on them to make me die with a restorative.”
  • The families are brought to the tomb, where Friar Lawrence surrenders and tells them the story of Romeo and Juliet. The Prince scolds the Capulets and Montague's, blaming them for their deaths. The families agree to put their vendettas behind them, and decide to raise golden statues of each other’s children.
  • “Where be these enemies? Capulet, Montague, see what a scourge is laid upon your hate, that heaven finds means to kill your joys with love!”