Adaptor 1 Del Col, Anthony
Adaptor 2 McCreery, Conor
Adaptor 3 B., Andy
Date of First Production November 2010
Title Kill Shakespeare
Production Company IDW Publishing
Year Play Written 2010
Awards Nominated for a Joe Shuster Award in the category of Outstanding
Comic Book Writer(s) 2011

Nominated for a Harvey Award for Best New Series 2011

Listed as one of the Top Comic Writers of 2011 in the 8th annual @$$ie Awards

Nominated for a Joe Shuster Award for Best Writing 2012
Adaptor 1 Biography Anthony has worked in the music, film and television industries, produced two independent feature films and most recently assisted with the management of international pop star Nelly Furtado and her world tour.
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Adaptor 2 Biography Conor has served in both creative and business positions for film and television companies, contributed over 1,000 stories and articles for media outlets and also provided expert analysis for Canada's Business News Network.
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Adaptor 3 Biography Andy works out of the Toronto-based Royal Academy of Illustration & Design and has done work for comic book publishers D.C. Wildstorm, Devil's Due, and Boom! He is the creator of Zuda Comics' "Bottle of Awesome".
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Synopsis An epic adventure that will change the way you look at Shakespeare forever.

In this dark tale, the Bard’s most famous heroes embark upon a journey to discover a long-lost soul. Hamlet, Juliet, Othello, Falstaff, Romeo and Puck search for a reclusive wizard who may have the ability to assist them in their battle against the evil forces led by the villains Richard III, Lady Macbeth and Iago. That reclusive wizard? William Shakespeare.

A combination of “Fables”, “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” and “Lord of the Rings”, Kill Shakespeare offers a remixed re-envisioning of the greatest characters of all-time, featuring action, romance, comedy, lust, drama and bloody violence. It is an adventure of Shakespearean proportions.
Graphic Novel
Early 21st Century
Pop Culture
Adaptation of
Romeo and Juliet
Richard III
William Shakespeare's Life
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