Marshal Law Omnibus Confirmed From DC Comics For Next Spring

It was going to come out from Top Shelf. Then it switched to DC Comics. And then… well nothing for a while.

Now the collected stories of the officer who tracks down superheroes – and who claims he hasn’t met one yet – is confirmed from author Pat Mills as scheduled for Spring 2013, two years after we first reported it. The Marshal Law Omnibus will collect all the character’s solo stories. The crossovers – from Savage Dragon to Hellraiser to The Mask – may appear in a future volume.

It’s been a long time coming. But for an even further blast from the past, why not see Pat Mills and Kevin O’Neill talking about it on some Yoot TV a couple of decades ago, and defending some of the more outrageous aspects… 3:15 in if you fancy…

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