William Shakespeare's The Clone Army Attacketh: Star Wars Part the Second
Publish date: 2015-07-07
Publisher: Quirk Books
Pages no: 176
Edition language: English
In this and Doescher's treatment of the Phantom Menace, you need to pay attention to Mace's dialogue because it contains a hidden detail. And no, it isn't cursed words being spelled out or anything like that. But, yeah this is weak. It isn't Doescher's fault. It's the movie's. And I still don'...
I swear, these Shakespearean adaptations are ever so much better than the movies. I loved this one almost as much as Part the First, but I had to dock it half a star for Doescher violently shoehorning Samuel L. Jackson’s movie titles into Mace Windu’s dialog. This produce is pulp; fiction is your p...
The Clone Wars begin in “William Shakespeare’s The Clone Army Attacketh” as Ian Doescher continued his adaptation of the Star Wars franchise for the Elizabethan theater. As with the film, the Doescher focus’ the play on the love story of Anakin and Padme as the sparks of war whip around them and ig...
When I received this Shakespeare addition of Star Wars, I thought it was a neat idea. It must have been hard to do. The only reason I don't give it a 5 is beings Shakespeare like makes it harder to read. When I showed the book to friends I was told they were going to buy it.