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The Green Hornet is back and Dynamite is the new home for the avenging hero and his faithful sidekick, Kato (and, the Black Beauty, 'natch!)!

And we're kicking things off with a BANG as we launch the first of a new series of adventures starting with the great Kevin Smith. And let's get it out of the way, right here, right NOW - the scripts are in! Every single one! Joining Smith in bringing his unproduced screenplay to life is artist Jonathan (Black Terror) Lau as they present the one and only origin of the Green Hornet and Kato. This is the comic book version of Kevin Smith's unproduced Green Hornet film and Dynamite is the only place to get in on the action - it all begins here!

List of covers and their creators:

Cover NameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
1ARegular EditionAlex Ross1
1ADynamic Forces Foil EditionAlex Ross
1ADynamic Forces Negative EditionAlex Ross
1ARRP EditionAlex Ross
1ASketch VariantAlex Ross6
1BRegular EditionJohn Cassaday8
1BDynamic Forces Negative EditionJohn Cassaday4
1BSketch VariantJohn Cassaday5
1CRegular EditionJ. Scott Campbell11
1CDynamic Forces Cool Green EditionJ. Scott Campbell2
1CKick Ass VariantJ. Scott Campbell3
1CSketch VariantJ. Scott Campbell7
1DRegular EditionStephen Segovia10
1DSketch VariantStephen Segovia9

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Kevin Smith and The Green Hornet 0

The New Green Hornet is out and as witty as ever. The new writings of Kevin Smith is a good addition to an already solid character. As in most first issues, not too much (but necessary) information is given out on the character. I can already tell that this will be a solid series from the writing to the art. I think you will enjoy this especially if are a big Green Hornet fan. You need to pick this issue up even if you aren't going to read the other Green Hornet issues not by Kevin Smith. I cant...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Time To Read Green Hornet Again 0

As a wee lad, I had seen a couple episodes of Green Hornet but was never fully committed to it. In the late 80s, I started reading the series from NOW Comics (it didn't last long). I've been on the fence about the upcoming movie and then it was announced that Kevin Smith would be writing a comic series. I jumped at the chance to read the first issue.  The Good: This comic simply works. It makes sense. We see the original Green Hornet at the end of his career. Phil Hester did the breakdowns and J...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
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