Classics Illustrated #68: Julius Caesar

A fortune teller warns Caesar to beware the Ides of March (the 15th of March) -- that Caesar will die on this day. Follow the conspirators Cassius and Brutus as they plan Caesar's assassination. Caesar's allies Mark Anthony and Octavius flee when Caesar is killed. Using the immortal words "Friends, Romans, countryman, lend me your ears..." Mark Anthony turns the citizens of Rome against the assassins Brutus and Cassius. The tale ends with Mark Anthony and Octavius meting out retribution against Brutus and Cassius. Beautifully illustrated, a Classic you will enjoy and treasure.

Credits

Written by

William Shakespeare Alfred Sundel

Art by

Leonard B. Cole Reed Crandall George Evans

Colored by

Ali Morbi

Genres

Action/Adventure Children's Literature Science Fiction

About Book

Page Count

52 Pages

Print Release Date

February 1 1950

Digital Release Date

February 26 2014

Age Rating

9+ Only

Copyright

2014 First Classics, Inc.