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Continuing to dog the operations of Skid Caruso leads the Green Hornet and Kato to the bloody aftermath of a mob execution. Our heroes soon find themselves cornered at the scene of the crime by the police, leading to a daring rooftop confrontation. Meanwhile, flashbacks to Britt and Kato’s past reveal the creation of the Hornet’s underground hideaway in the very heart of 1938 Chicago and a highly unusual request that the Hornet makes of his operations technician. Will the Hornet and Kato succeed in discovering the secret vault that houses the sum of Caruso’s ill-gotten treasure?

Writer: Matt Wagner
Penciller/Inker: Aaron Campbell
Colorist: Francesco Francavilla
Covers: Matt Wagner & Francesco Francavilla

Price: $3.99
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  1. This book is the best in the GH lot and hardly anyone is reading it.  

  2. @skydog seconded. Not only is this the best Green Hornet book, but it’s also just a fun awesome pulpy book.

  3. Matt Wagner is totally under rated, this series has been really good this far, its a shame the movie didnt shine a bigger spot light on these titles!

  4. I agree with all the comments above.  This book is fantastic!  Not only does Wagner capture the “pulpy” style of the Green Hornet, but the art by Aaron Campbell evokes the gritty feel of depression era America.  The costumes, furniture and city-scapes (in addition to the characters) are bang on.  How do we get more fanboys to try this on?   

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