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Royal knavery / Marcus Moore, Tony Single
Bib ID 4615348
Format BookBook
Author
Moore, Marcus
 
Description Paddington, Qld. ; Moorooka, Qld. : Dee Vee Press and Metal Scarecrow Productions, 1996 
[12] p. : chiefly ill. ; 21 cm. 
Series

Michael Hill Collection of Australian Comics.

Notes

Cover title.

"Text adapted from William Shakespeare's Hamlet Act V, Scene II"--T.p. verso.

Subjects Comic books, strips, etc. -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Single, Tony
Available From Dee Vee Press, PO Box 230, Paddington Qld 4064  Metal Scarecrow Productions, PO Box 126, Moorooka Qld 4105 

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