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Dynamite presents the original tales of comics most iconic hero! And Matt Wagner, one of the most creative creators in comics, takes the reins, bringing the characters to their basic roots. Joining Wagner is artist Aaron (Sherlock Holmes) Campbell, whose stunning recreation of the industrial world of 30s Chicago is sure to wow fans across the globe. Reprinting issues #1-6, along with a complete cover gallery.



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The Sting Of Justice 0

The Story:  The origin of the Green Hornet set in the 1930's.   My Thoughts:  Green Hornet: Year One is written by Matt Wagner who does a decent job presenting the origins of the Green Hornet and Kato exploring them in a way not done so until now. You can tell Matt Wagner is a talented writer and knows how to put together well written stories that keep your interest. It may be a little confusing for some because he consistently jumps back and forth from the past and present giving you two differ...

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An Interesting Story For A Not So Interesting Hero 0

The Green Hornet has never been a character to garner much attention; he's not from Marvel or DC, but by Dynamite of all companies, and comes off as a fairly lame copy of Batman (but, then again, a lot of characters come off as lame if you compare them to Batman). As a normal, rich guy who takes on the guise of an animal the frightens him to instill fear into the crooks who the police (or press) can't seem to bring down and has a faithful sidekick, it's understandable how one might double-take ...

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