Back in 1967, the Caped Crusader and the Hornet met on TV, thanks to the powers of synergy and network crossover madness, but now Kevin Smith has brought hero and anti-hero together again for a little pop art camp madness. Your Major Spoilers review of Batman ’66 Meets The Green Hornet #1 awaits!
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Nights trade paperback that arrives in stores this week.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Mark Waid’s Green Hornet #9.
Set during the early 1940s in the city of Chicago, Green Hornet is the story of a hero who stands up against crime and corruption plaguing his city. By day, Britt Reid is the publisher of the Daily Sentinel. At night, he roams the mean streets of Chicago, disguising himself as the Green Hornet. However, Britt Reid is no ordinary hero. While other alter egos fight for the side of good, Green Hornet pretends to be a criminal, gaining the respect of Chicago’s shady underworld. Britt then uses his connections with the Green Hornet to expose criminals and corrupt officials
Press Release The Shadow and The Green Hornet team-up, courtesy of legendary comic book writer/movie producer Michael Uslan, the originator and Executive Producer of the Batman movie franchise, including The Dark Knight trilogy. With covers by Alex Ross and John Cassaday, and interior art by Keith Burns, The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Nights #1 is sure to be an exciting read for comic fans everywhere!
This week, Matthew and Stephen sit down and examine Mark Waid’s Green Hornet #1 from Dynamite Entertainment. A book filled with homages to pop culture, why Kato goes by Kato, and corruption at every level.
Wednesday marks the beginning of a new Green Hornet series from Dynamite Entertainment and writer Mark Waid and to celebrate this momentous occasion we are showcasing a Green Hornet piece from Buddy Cop artist Evan Shaner.
Or – “Where’s Seth Rogen?” It’s been quite a while since I’ve checked in with my favorite radio/pulp hero migrated to comics, so long that the last time I was in Hornet-ville, the hero had six or ten monthly books. With the movie version under-performing a couple of years ago, Britt and Kato are down to one regular monthly book, and there are some heavy happenings in Century City. What will happen to the Hornet legacy if there’s no one to carry the big green fedora? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!