Though not a huge comic fan myself, I'm always curious when a new comic / Shakespeare adaptation pops up. I've seen my share of graphic novels and "Manga Shakespeare," and the Kill Shakespeare series has certainly had its share of the spotlight lately. Then there's the classic, Neil Gaiman's Sandman books.
As always I'm interested in the source material, and how much survives. From the screenshots found in the article I see gems like these:
"Sheeeeit, where's Tybalt?"
"Indeed, knave! Redeem thy kicks for thy skin."
Interesting. I'll leave it up to other more "culturally sensitive" folks to tell me what I'm supposed to think of this project. I didn't want to ignore it just because I don't know what to say about it.
One question, though -- why is that one dude wearing his hat down over his face? He looks like a character straight out of Fat Albert.