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 Issue #2 continues the incredible opening blast from Dynamite and Kevin Smith: the original Green Hornet struggles with forces put in motion against him while his son unwittingly becomes a pawn in a world not of his making

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Happily Ever After 0

We find an aging Britt Reid, retired from his Green Hornet days and back to running his paper and trying to get the Mayor re-elected.  He's throwing a bash for the Mayor at his mansion to raise money to fund the campaign.  He's also dealing with a son that really wants nothing to do with him.  He thinks his father a workaholic and a failure.  He doesn't want to end up like his father. It's party night and a few uninvited guests show up to crash the party.  Namely the Black Hornet shows up and de...

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The Action gets Rolling In Smith's Green Hornet (sort of) 0

I walked in to my local comic store yesterday and saw this one up at the front counter, so I gave it a shot.  Kevin Smith, a nerdy icon, the Generation-Xers' Williams Shakespeare, trying his hand at writing Green Hornet.  I was excited about the potential for the movie, so why not give the comic a chance?  What you get here is something that is not completely bad, but its so cliche ridden that it fails to keep your interest.  The standard retired crime fighter, angry son with deceased mother, co...

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