The Locke & Key creative team has revealed that they will be working on a project for Marvel Comics or DC Comics following the conclusion of their long-running series.
"I won't say which, but we've got one in line," Hill said during his WonderCon 2012 panel.
"We've been talking about it for two years now. Just as a break, almost like a dessert, we're going to jump in and do a cape title for about six issues and then we have another long-running series we want to tackle that will be non-Locke & Key - a new, open-ended original that we'd like to hit."
Hill also unveiled the concluding Locke & Key miniseries Omega during the panel.
The climax to the title will be followed by a series of one-shots focusing on characters from the series.
Hill also said that he would like to return to the Locke & Key universe in the future.
"I think the Locke & Key house is there and the keys are there and the history is there, so if we want to jump in and do another six-issue arc about the Civil War or World War II, those stories are there to tell.
"In fact, I do want to tell a story called Locke & Key battleground that will be set during World War II and we'll also tie up a couple little loose ends that will tie up the overarching story. We'll also get to tell a really interesting love story."
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