And at last… ass kicked
Scottish comedian guide author Mark Millar, whose Kick-Ass sequence spawned two Hollywood motion pictures, has lastly fought off years-long litigation based mostly on outlandish allegations of plagiarism.
American author Michael Bennett claimed that Mr Millar plagiarised massive parts of his personal virtually-unknown sequence, Owl, which he had despatched to Marvel in 2008 and later self-published.
His weird allegations embody that Mr Millar hacked his cellphone to spy on him and had continued to plagiarise content material from him after the start of authorized motion, Bleeding Cool famous in 2016.
Mr Bennett introduced court docket proceedings within the US claiming £930 million in damages, however they lastly got here to an finish this week once they have been thrown out by the Supreme Court docket, The Times stories.