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What people are saying about us...

"I'm fascinated by your approach to the play and its language. I find them gripping, dramatic and, although for me the original Shakespeare is always my reason for turning to these plays, I think that what you are doing in illuminating and making perhaps more lucid, especially for young people, is clever and meaningful."
- Patrick Stewart, Actor

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"This is a fun way of getting into the stories. Plays are not meant to be read but to be seen. The illustrations in these books are an easy way of following what is going on. The genius of Shakespeare is in the language but for some students understanding it can be a struggle. It will be useful for teachers to have three different versions of the text."
- Ian McNeilly, director of the National Association for the Teaching of English

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"It is fascinating to see how this high quality graphic-novel format highlights so successfully the drama whilst maintaining the language of Shakespeare making this one of the most successful of book versions I have ever come across. All in all these are very impressive books and at a surprisingly reasonable price."
- The School Librarian Magazine - Spring 2008

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"What a marvellous way to bring Shakespeare to new audiences and venues. Bridging 400 years with a graphic pen is brilliant."
- Barbara Romer, founder of The New Globe Theater, New York

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"Where was this when I wasn't reading King Lear and Tale of Two Cities in High School? Seriously, I think it is an inspired idea. Some would say that this would be a good tool for the lazy student, but the fact is that there are students that cannot read that well, no matter how hard they try. Why shouldn't they have the chance to understand the content and participate in class discussions?"
- Scott Tingley, Comics in the Classroom, Canada

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"Classical Comics graphic presentation of Henry V is a wonderful, colourful, exciting way to learn Shakespeare, especially for boys."
- Christine Best, Ingleton Middle School

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"A superb visual resource giving time to examine the picture in relation to the text. Shakespeare is so much a visual experience, or should be. DVDs are OK, but have you tried reading a foreign language from a book and trying to keep one eye on the screen at the same time? That's what most of our students would be trying to do. These comics give them time, a priceless commodity when you're learning. Thank you, again."
- Miss O'Leary, Cornwall