Dynamite Entertainment has announced it is bringing a brand new Green Hornet series to fans.  The latest, Green Hornet: Blood Ties, is a prequel to Kevin Smith’s Green Hornet series by Ande Parks and Johnny Desjardins.

“Green Hornet: Blood Ties gives Johnny and I the chance to tell a really rich mob story,” says writer Ande Parks.  “We’re telling the story of three families on the wrong side of the law, all trying to work together against the threat Green Hornet and Kato represent to their livelihoods.  We get to play with the structure that Kevin created for us, while delving deeper into the criminal underworld of Century City.  It’s a blast to work on, especially with Johnny Desjardins providing spectacular artwork.”

“As Ande mentioned, Kevin Smith has given us a ton of great back-story to work with,” stated Nick Barrucci, Dynamite President and Publisher. “Green Hornet: Blood Ties is our chance to expand the world of the original Hornet, and lead directly into the ongoing Hornet series starring Britt Reed and Mulan Kato. Ande Parks is the perfect choice for weaving the threads of organized crime and Johnny Desjardins is a superstar in the making.”

Green Hornet: Blood Ties #1 arrives in October.

via Dynamite Entertainment

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  1. Kevin Breen
    July 22, 2010 at 1:09 am — Reply

    The main thing Kevin Smith’s GREEN HORNET needed was a giant spider in the third act.

  2. Damascus
    August 3, 2010 at 12:28 am — Reply

    Green Hornet 2: Electric Boogaloo!

    • Damascus
      August 3, 2010 at 12:29 am — Reply

      Or wait, is it #3 or 4 now? How many Green Hornet titles are out now?

      • August 3, 2010 at 12:47 am — Reply

        Including Kato stories, there are around eight.

        • Damascus
          August 3, 2010 at 7:51 am — Reply

          Great Googly Moogly! I didn’t realize Kato Kaelin was that popular these days.

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