Earth’s Mightiest Heroes Meet Shakespeare Later This Summer with ‘William Shakespeare’s Avengers: The Complete Works’

From the Walt Disney World News and written by: Scott

From Marvel.com

Assemble, Ye Avengers!

In 2012, The Avengers, during an early battle scene with Thor, Tony Stark makes a joke based on the clothing worn by the God of Thunder and his brother Loki saying, “Shakespeare in the park? Doth mother know you weareth her drapes?” This of course gave the movie watchers a good laugh but now it appears all four Avengers films will be getting a Shakespearean version to read.

From the best-selling author of William Shakespeare’s Star Wars, coming September 28th you will be able to purchase William Shakespeare’s Avengers: The Complete Works. That’s right, all four Avengers films (The Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame) will be told as if the greatest playwright of all time had penned them himself.  This new book will entertaining to read and will have a lot of the hilarity, and charm of the Star Wars series.  The format will feature a two-column layout and dozens of full-color illustrations that will capture the iconic moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

William Shakespeare’s Avengers: The Complete Works reimagines all four films as plays by the Bard of Avon, complete with authentic meter and verse, stage directions, and entertaining Easter eggs. Fans will experience their favorite scenes, characters, and lines in a new—yet fully faithful—way, through monologues and dialogue by everyone from Captain America to Groot (’Tis I!).

William Shakespeare’s Avengers: The Complete Works is being released by Quirk Books.  You can pre-order the collection HERE.  In regards to price, on Amazon the pre-order is $34.99 for hardcover and just $15.99 for Kindle.  This is sure to be a must have collectible for any MCU fan.

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