Green Hornet, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Dynamite, 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 140 pages
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The Green Hornet expansion continues as Dynamite presents the original tales of comics most iconic hero! And Matt Wagner, one of the most creative creators in comics, takes the reins, bringing the characters to their basic roots. Joining Wagner is artist Aaron (Sherlock Holmes) Campbell, whose stunning recreation of the industrial world of 30s Chicago is sure to wow fans across the globe. Reprinting issues #1-6, along with a complete cover gallery.
  

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Review: Green Hornet: Year One Vol 1: The Sting of Justice (The Green Hornet: Year One #1)

User Review  - Shane Amazon - Goodreads

Over the years I have read a many comic book and graphic novel, however Green Hornet has never been one of my focuses. Like many of the older franchises it can be hard to find a good starting point ... Read full review

Review: Green Hornet: Year One Vol 1: The Sting of Justice (The Green Hornet: Year One #1)

User Review  - Adam Graham - Goodreads

As the "Year One" title implies, this book tells the early career of the pulp hero the Green Hornet. The story is decent if not all that spectacular as Britt Reid goes travelling and meets up with ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Matt Wagner is an art director, owner and curator of Hellion Gallery in Portland, Oregon. He has over a decade of experience traveling to Japan to seek out undiscovered artists and frequently debuts Japanese artists in the States. His first trip to Japan in 1999 sparked an appreciation for Japanese art and culture and he now travels to Japan several times a year to host art shows and look for emerging talent. Wagner is the author of two books, The Tall Trees of Tokyo and The Tall Trees of Portland.

Aaron Campbell is the founder and senior pastor of Antioch of Calvary Chapel (www.antiochphilly.org), said to be one of the most ethnically diverse churches in Philadelphia. The church's outreaches including free fish fries, food and clothing drives, carnivals, and "street" basketball tournaments have gained them city wide recognition and respect, from the projects to the colleges.

Aaron is the founder and CEO of Angoon Alive Project, Inc., a non profit dedicated to helping Alaska natives (and natives at large) become economically self sufficient (www.angoonaliveproject.org). Along with Alaska, he also does extensive work in Port au Prince, Haiti.

Besides enjoying each day with his amazing wife, Natasha, his other hobby is laughing with their three super kids, and wiping the drool from their Sicilian mastiff, Agap .

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