Sir E Fullner

Pure Victory - Et tu, Redcoats?

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My idea for Pure Victory was originally going to be a re-make of Shakespeare's Hamlet with the Bluecoats serving as death doubles. However, this proved to be too elaborate and too complicated. So, instead of doing Hamlet, I did a re-make of Julius Caesar. This remake is set during redcoat/bluecoat time, and stars Admiral Pastry as Julius Caesar.

Here is the scene where Caesar is assassinated at the Senate. Dialogue is below the entry.

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Et tu, Redcoats? Then fall Croissant.

I hope you liked it, so keep tuned for more.

Always entertaining, always inspiring, always:

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Ouch, poked in the eyeball and other balls.

Thanks for including my avatar. :classic:

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Nice, funny comic! The "et tu, redcoats" gets me, maybe because I'm a bit of a Latin geek :classic:

Edited by Grimmbeard

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I love the idea of it. And the sound of: "Et tu, Redcoats." Also, great to see that you are talented at torso making. :thumbup:

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Nice to see me included in the massacre!

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Wouldn't it be more funny to have him killed by jealous Bluecoats? But wait - that's impossible since only Redcoats have such poor character. :grin:

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Wouldn't it be more funny to have him killed by jealous Bluecoats? But wait - that's impossible since only Redcoats have such poor character. :grin:

Friends, Redcoats, Countrymen, lend me your ears:

I come to spit on Pastry, not to praise him.

Besides, Bluecoats can't even hurt a fly. That would look more like the murderers in Mac----I mean the Scottish Play who tried to kill Banquo and Fleance, but only achieved half of their goal.

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