In which we have added Krazy Hamlet,
which is something of a Krazy Kat pastiche, unless I miss my mark.
In which we have added Thebes-O-Rama episode 3
to round out the classic comic masterpiece I created on a whim, unless I decide to someday crank out some more.
In which we have added Thebes-O-Rama,
two single page comics (for now or forever) about history's second favorite tragedian, Oedipus Rex. These comics were written years ago
for a class I took and then redrawn this week for posterity. Enjoy!
In which we have added Waiting for Superman to our Hamlet Who?
section, since they had nowhere else to go.
These are three comics I created for a lecture last year that mashup Superman with Beckett's Waiting for Godot, with some George Herriman and
Bertolt Brecht tossed in for good measure.
In which we have added Episodes 5 & 6 of Bat-Hamlet.
These are the last of the conceived of and created Bat-Hamlets. There may be more someday or tomorrow but there's nothing on the docket.
In which we have added Episode 4 of Bat-Hamlet. Also,
P. Calavara does Josef Lada's version of Hašek's Good Soldier Švejk #1-3
has been added to the Lit Project page. Live it and love it.
In which we have added Episode 3 of
Bat-Hamlet, and created a new Hamlet Who? division, which is currently populated
by the lonely and slightly unhinged Adam Smith. Hamlet Who? is a section of the site
dedicated to comics that are the philosophical brethren of Hamlet, but not actually of Danish pedigree.
In which we have created this new site to keep hold of P. Calavara's Hamlet,
the impish excercise in esoteria, Shakespeare, and rogueish impertinence in which we occasionally indulge.
Or whatever it is we do. To kick us off, aside from presenting the existing works of Hamleterica in which we've froliced to this point
(Original, The NOSE,
and the previously posted tease of the near mythological Star Wars), we have written out some explanatory bits to
guide you along and have collected into a single place much of the assorted non-Hamlet bric-a-brac with some tangential relation to this project.
Also, we today introduce a new feature to be updated semi-regularly for the rest of the
week and then probably never again: Bat-Hamlet.