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How does one man's actions affect another man's? Either purposely, or inadvertently. Or is it just destiny? This series shows how Britt Reid's actions lead to Kato coming in contact with the Green Hornet and the pair becoming the Green Hornet and Kato.
Paperback, 132 pages
Published December 7th 2010 by Dynamite Entertainment
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Don
Feb 19, 2011 Don rated it really liked it
Forget what the back cover says, this book is all about Kato. However, it is by means a bad book. In fact, Jai Nitz does a very good job of capturing the feel and tone of the movie. And Nigel Raynor's art is outstanding. If you enjoyed the movie (I did), you'll probably enjoy this book. And I look forward to the just-announced sequel series, "Green Hornet: Aftermath."
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Jan 17, 2011 Art rated it really liked it
I did love this graphic novel. I felt it gives you a good feel of what to expect from the new movie. The artwork is amazing. I just wish the hornet would've been in it more.
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Jai Nitz is an American comic book writer who has written for Marvel, DC, Image, Disney, Dynamite, and other publishers. He graduated from the University of Kansas in 1998 with a degree in film studies. He won the prestigious Xeric Foundation grant in 2003 for his self-published anthology, Paper Museum. He won the Bram Stoker Award in 2004 for excellence in illustrated narrative for Heaven’s ...more
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