"The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" Comic Strip

"The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" Comic Strip
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"The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" Comic Strip

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  • Act I
  • Beware the ides of March!
  • Get this dreamer outta here!
  • Act II
  • C'mon Brutus. JOIN US!
  • Yeah Man. Join the conspiracy
  • OK fine. You're right.
  • Act III
  • "Et tu Brute?"
  • A soothsayer comes up to the great Julius Caesar and tells him to watch out for the ides of March (March 15) but Caesar dismisses it.
  • Act III
  • "Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears."
  • This is the moment where Brutus finally joins the conspiracy and realizes that Caesar is too much of a threat
  • Act IV
  • "Thou shalt see me at Philippi."
  • This is one of the main parts of the play where Brutus and all the other conspirators stab Caesar to death
  • Act V
  • "This was the noblest Roman of them all."
  • This is Mark Antony's famous speech where he talks about how Brutus was an "honorable man"
  • This is the part in the play where Brutus is visited by Caesar's ghost telling him that they will meet again at Philippi meaning something big will happen there
  • This is the final scene in the play where Antony realizes that Brutus really was a good person and was the only conspirator that killed Caesar for the good of Rome
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