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by Pat Mills,Kevin O'Neill

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  • ISBN 1840235268
  • ISBN13 978-1840235265
  • Language English
  • Author Pat Mills,Kevin O'Neill
  • Publisher Titan Books; First Thus edition (June 2003)
  • Pages 160
  • Formats mbr mobi azw rtf
  • Category Comics and Funnies
  • Subcategory Graphic Novels
  • Size ePub 1630 kb
  • Size Fb2 1746 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 845

From the legendary creative team of Pat Mills (Judge Dredd, Sláine, A.B.C. Warriors) and Kevin O’Neill (League of Extraordinary Gentlemen) comes a new kind of hero... Marshal Law is back, continuing his mission to rid San Futuro — and the world — of the heroes-gone-bad who blight the city with crime and horrible depravity.

In "Kingdom of the Blind", the Marshal must face a philanthropist and crime-fighter who rules the night, but has a deadly secret; "Super Babylon" sees Law pitted against the greatest heroes of the past, whose misdeeds have returned to haunt them; and in the unprecedented "The Hateful Dead", the corpses of heroes and villains alike return from the grave to plague San Futuro — and Marshal Law risks becoming one of their number!


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Marshal Law: Fear Asylum (Marshall Law). Series: Marshall Law. Marshal Law: Fear and Loathing (Marshall Law). Pat Mills has written countless comics stories, including 2000 AD's Judge Dredd, Slaine and . Warriors, as well as earlier classics like Charley's War.

Marshal Law was first published by Epic Comics in 1987. The series is a satire on the superhero genre as well as a deconstruction of the superheroes of the Golden Age and Silver Age. The series is characterized by its extreme graphic violence and nudity, and Mills' skewering of superhero conventions and US government policy and society.

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Enditaling
If you like Judge Dredd, but think he's too forgiving, then Marshal Law is for you. No mercy.
Coidor
This graphic novel is a collection of three Marshal Law story-lines: Kingdom of the Blind, The Hateful Dead, and Super Babylon.

Kingdom of the Blind is a combination homage to and satire of Batman, as Marshall Law hunts down the surgical vigilante The Private Eye. Kingdom of the Blind skewers the original Dark Knight's origin story and methodology, and there's even a nod to Batman's 50th anniversary near the end. Kingdom of the Blind is probably the best handling of satirizing mainstream super hero legends since the original Marshal Law: Fear and Loathing, and it's the main reason for owning this collection.

The Hateful Dead is one of the many comic books to cash in on the superhero zombie fad that slightly preceded the rash of zombie popularity in TV and film, and is a pretty standard entry into the superhero zombie genre. Super Babylon continues the zombie story-line, and includes a satirical version of the golden age Justice Society, the best part of which is the Marshall Law take on war-time comic books.
Balladolbine
It's surprising that the Marshal Law books are out of print. These stories are some of the best superhero parodies ever written. Mills' hilarious writing and strong knowledge of comics history is almost overshadowed by O'Neill's frantic and hyper-violent art.
Marshal Law... the hero hunter... who hunts heroes. This book collects various tales of the Marshal wiping out parodies of Batman and the JSA, an attack of "Night of the Living Dead"-style zombies, and a great combination of the HUAC hearings & "Seduction of the Innocent".
Hopefully, Dark Horse will get back in the swing of things and realize that comic fans shouldn't be without these stories.
Chillhunter
Marshal Law lives in a world where 1000's of men became super-powered in a futuristic equivalent of the Vietnam war. They were made to commit attrocities and this combined with the indifference, even fear of their government has left them homeless and bitter. This is scathingly funny, though it will be more to your taste if you have an anti-authoritarian streak, barely disguised versions of famous heroes are parodied to expose their dark underbellies. Marshal Law himself is hilariously obssessed with his hatred for the heroes. A familiarity with the heroes parodied is helpful to an appreciation of this wickedly brilliant story.
Zololmaran
Once again, Pat Mills puts the Marshal through the paces. This time, Law is beating back the undead with a new deputy. The same edginess that made the first Marshal Law book a classic is present in this one as well. Meeting Law's family is a treat in itself. Highly recommended.
Broadraven
Gory, fun super hero comic