The Green Hornet is here to give a warning to crime boss Carusos men. He wants a share of the business and nothing happens in his city without him being a part of it. The best parts of this comic book were those where we did not see the Green Hornet and Kato. In particular I liked the sequence in Africa with the warlords. All the parts with the Green Hornet and Kat were standard super hero thug action without anything imaginative. If youve read a Batman comic book, youve read this one. Lets hope future issues can put more fun back in the characters as opposed to their flashbacks. The art is solid and reinforces that 1940s look. Read Full Review
"The Green Hornet: Year One" is shaping up to be a better read than Dynamite's pumping out of Green Hornet titles would suggest. Matt Wagner is treading similar ground to his excellent work on "Sandman Mystery Theater," while Aaron Campbell has raised his art to a whole new level. Read Full Review
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