The Green Hornet is one of the most consistently thrilling and solid series out there. Waid has been doing some very impressive things with the Hornet, and it looks like he has a truly grand finale planned. The wait for it will be hard. Read Full Review
Green Hornet has reached it's penultimate issue and though the series is coming to an end the quality remains at an extremely high level with the tone and style of Waid's script and Freire's art being as captivating as ever. Highly recommended. Read Full Review
Wrapping up quite a bit, including making sure Lieutenant Dugan goes down for the murder of his wife, while forcing the Hornet to continue to deal with the guilt surrounding his unintentional role in the murder of Fulton's daughter, writer Mark Waid still leaves the final fate of both Britt Reid and the Green Hornet to be decided heading into next month's final issue of the series. Someone has obviously discovered the Hornet's true identity but we'll have to wait a month to discover who is responsible for stealing the costumes of Green Hornet and Kato and what exactly they have in mind for the newspaperman turned vigilante. Worth a look. Read Full Review
This issue could have flowed better for me, I felt like the climax was just tossed in without much care. The art is good except for some odd facial expressions. The end of this issue is good though and I'm pumped to see how the series comes to a close.