The Green Hornet #2

    The Green Hornet » The Green Hornet #2 - An All New Green Hornet! Generation Two! released by Now Comics on December 1, 1989.

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    An All New Green Hornet! Generation Two! last edited by aphillips17 on 03/25/19 06:58PM View full history

    This is the origin story of the second Green Hornet and Kato. It is 1968 about twenty-two years after the last Green Hornet retired. There is also a current Green Hornet who is not revealed at this point. At the end of the book is a family genealogy chart of both the Reid family and the Kato family.

    The second Green Hornet was the nephew of the first Green Hornet, but both share the same name, Britt Reid. The young Britt did not want to follow in his uncles footsteps and felt that the world had changed and there was no need for the Green Hornet any longer. Obviously, he will find out he is wrong.


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     Family Tree I have some of the new Dynamite Entertainment books about the Green Hornet but I have not read many of them yet.  What I have read has been excellent what I have heard is great as well.  This said these Now comics are excellent as well.  So I guess what I am saying is if you are a fan of these Dynamite Entertainment Books you should check out these Now Comic books.    These first two issues of the Green Hornet are awesome.  They give an origin story of the Green Hornet that feel...

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