Green Hornet #11

Green Hornet #11

Writer: Phil Hester Artist: Jonathan Lau Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: December 22, 2010 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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The Black Hornet is history, but a new, even deadlier threat has grown right in the heart of Century City, and it may already be too late for The Green Hornet and Kato to stop it. How can Green Hornet scare a street gang out of business when the gang members themselves have no fear of anything, even death? Is the horrifying power behind their fearless ferocity truly supernatural? And just who is Saint Death?

  • 9.0
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis Dec 22, 2010

    Im not sure if Hester even helped with the breakdowns of the storytelling this issue, but Laus work seems more dynamic than usual. The figures look much better than they did a few issues back. My only criticism is that I feel he needs a thicker inking over his pencils to strengthen the characters on the page. But it seems that now inkers was hired for this book and that it was sent directly to the Photoshop colourist for treatment. If thats the case, that would annoy me greatly as comic book inking is an essential skill and part of why comic books look so good. Skipping this production step in favour of the colourists fixing the work is a short term gain that doesnt help to highlight the artwork and make it more solid for a viewer. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Vine - Zack Freeman Dec 14, 2010

    I was skeptical as probably everybody was when Green Hornet was announced for a major revival a few years back. I just didn't believe that a regular masked vigilante and his Judo-master sidekick were still fresh enough to speak to contemporary audiences. Every Dynamite book I've read so far - - from the Lone Ranger to John Carter of Mars - - has always pleasantly defied my expectations by finding sharp new ways to make these classic characters relevant again. Green Hornet is no exception and the strong work in this issue, in particular, has got me excited to check out the movie next month (the one that everybody's as dubious about as I was about this series, initially. Read Full Review

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