The Green Hornet #1

    The Green Hornet » The Green Hornet #1 - The Sting released by Dynamite Entertainment on March 2013.

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    The Hornet faces his most dangerous enemy ever--an egotistical, arrogant Britt Reid! In his alter-ego as a powerful newspaper publisher, the Hornet has lost control, becoming a social crusader far too sure of himself and of his judgment. But when he finally goes too far, an innocent man pays a terrible price--and the legend of the Green Hornet begins its cataclysmic collapse!


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    4.3 stars

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    Not A Hero, A Stinger! 0

    Mark Waid has a habit of making everything awesome , and while personally i admit that i have never really liked green hornet that much, i had to pick this up just because i saw the name MARK WAID in the right corner of the cover, and it wasn't a mistake, in fact i might keep picking this up!First of , the art is amazing, the details are amazingly cool and it has a cool interesting feel when you go from page to page. The Character design is amazing, especially for green hornet and Kato, not to m...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    The Real Green Hornet 0

    I've been a Green Hornet fan for quite a while now, ever since I saw him, and Kato appear in the re-runs of the 60's Green Hornet TV series, staring Van Williams as the Green Hornet, and Bruce Lee as Kato, but more so after their appearance in the re-runs of the 60's Batman TV series staring Adam West. I was however only a small fan then, and it wasn't until Kevin Smith's Green Hornet came out that I started to like the character more, as I loved that run, but dropped it after he left. I have ho...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    The Return of Britt Reid to Dynamite 0

    After the end of Green Hornet Year One, we've been left with the Green Hornet legacy title, with Britt Reid's son taking the mantle. A whole new group of fresh characters in a modern setting. This new title brings us back to the original essence of the Green Hornet - a hero disguised as a villain. What's great about this book so far is the focus on Britt himself, not the Hornet persona. We see his world and his plans, as well as his allies and employees, something that was always a major focus ...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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