Green Hornet Year One Vol 1: The Sting Of The Scorpion: Year One Volume 2: the Biggest of All Game TP

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Dynamite, 2011 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 144 pages
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Act two of the first year of the original team of crime-fighters! Writer Matt Wagner weaves a tale of action and adventure unlike anything else seen on the comic racks. Add in the exquisite art of Aaron Campbell and Francesco Francavilla, and you have the perfect companion to the modern day adventures of the Green Hornet from Kevin Smith! Collects issues #7-12 of the hit series, along with a complete cover gallery.
 

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User Review  - JonathanGorman - LibraryThing

Eh, not bad. I'll pick up the next collection if I see it at the library. Read full review

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Matt Wagner is an art director and owner and curator of Hellion Gallery in Portland, OR. He travels the world with the simple goal of seeking out great art and sharing it. He s curated dozens of art shows on three continents since 2003 and he s a founding board member of The Forest For the Trees Mural Festival in Portland. His eye for quality and his ability to find emerging artists has earned him an international following. Wagner is the creator of the Tall Trees series of books, including The Tall Trees of Portland (2014, Overcup Press ) and The Tall Trees of Tokyo (2012, Overcup Press).

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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