Desdemona from up close...
Iago asking Othello if he is already married?
|Preparations for the war council.|
Notice the size difference between Othello (dark-skinned angel),
Iago (the girly one, who looks like a one-eyed Franz Liszt),
and kawaii (childish-cute) Lieutenant Cassio.
|Iago convinces other officers: "He'd be the perfect lieutenant if he just stayed sober.|
I do love Cassio, and I wish to help him".
Speak of the lieutenant... and he appears (pursuing Roderigo, a German Shepherd/Werewolf)
|As Cassio sobers up, Iago resorts to reverse psychology once more.|
|Soon, Othello is convinced of Desdemona's "true" colours.|
Is she faithful or isn't she?
|Upon seeing Cassio with Desdemona's kerchief, his fiancée/girlfriend Bianca snaps! The young lieutenant is drawn with childish features, to emphatize his innocence. This banter reminds me of Kenny and Emma in Much Ado...|
|A sarcastic, sensible Emilia advising Desdemona (notice her cute face!).|
|A colourized illustration of the climactic scene. She is pleading for mercy,|
but her spouse won't listen...
|A much more dramatic scene: the point of no return (notice the cut to black!)...|
|Osada-sama showing an autographed sketch of his feminine, yet detached, Iago.|
|The lady fair. Desdemona is blond, elegant, innocent, pure: in short,|
the way Shakespeare imagined her. She makes a nice couple with Othello,
|The clever maid. A dark-haired and bespectacled Emilia resembling Mary Poppins,|
fittingly enough. She is far more sensible and sarcastic than Desdemona. Like Othello,
she has wings... only that hers aren't feathered, but butterfly wings.
|The spurned suitor. It struck me to see Roderigo as a German Shepherd-like|
werewolf. But then, I got used to the concept...
The outpost setting has become a futuristic spaceport.
Here, you can see the whole leading cast in colour.
Iago and Roderigo, either drowning their sorrows or during the kegger scene.