Saturday, May 28, 2011

Apologetic Skull

365er M.L. Rey Mehlhorn sends us a comedic cartoon about a couple of skulls trying to work out their afterlives together. Rey writes "Somewhere in some twisted afterlife, this is Hamlet apologizing to Ophelia. Trying to. 'Sorry I killed your father, told you to shove off, and generally drove you insane. Have some dead flowers?' I think she's had enough of the flowers."



Oh snap! Ophelia is all, "Talk to the phalanges and the metacarpal cuz the ossicles ain't having that!" This is a great bit of sophisticated skull humor, which is always a treat. Thanks, Rey, for sharing this episode of "Behind The Shakespeare".


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3 comments:

Stefan said...

I enjoy the tableau. It reminds me of Jose Guadalupe Posada.
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Kristie said...

I love it. Hamlet was so dramatic, it's nice to see him eat flowers.

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