- Title: The Green Hornet: Blood Ties
- Author: Ande Parks
- ISBN: 9781606902080
- Page: 274
- Format: Paperback
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Green Hornet Blood Ties is a precursor to Kevin Smith s Green Hornet series, and features the original Green Hornet and Kato in action Ande Parks and Johnny Desjardins tell the exciting story of the last remains of the Italian Crime Family and the Japanese Yakuza How did the two man team of The Green Hornet and Kato bring about the fall of all crime in Century City FinGreen Hornet Blood Ties is a precursor to Kevin Smith s Green Hornet series, and features the original Green Hornet and Kato in action Ande Parks and Johnny Desjardins tell the exciting story of the last remains of the Italian Crime Family and the Japanese Yakuza How did the two man team of The Green Hornet and Kato bring about the fall of all crime in Century City Find out here Collecting the four issue series, Green Hornet Blood Ties, plus a complete cover gallery.
Recent Comments "The Green Hornet: Blood Ties"
Got this series as part of a humble bundle, so I didn't waste my money. I do feel as though this was a waste of time to read. By the end, I still had no real clue of the plot and the green hornet was barely in it.
As much as I disliked many features of the recent Green Hornet film, Kato’s origin tale proves to be far more interesting and far more pulp. Ande Parks writes the poorly titled Green Hornet: Parallel Lives with art by Nigel Raynor. The book is actually set after the movie, but each issue serves as a framing point for another flashback into Kato’s life. (The Parallel Lives subtitle indicates young Britt might play a role in the story, but he’s nowhere to be found.)The book almost reads like [...]
This is much more about about the mob guys the Hornet is battling rather than the Hornet himself. In fact, it seems like he's hardly in the story at all. And when he is, he is drawn freakishly large, like a pro wrestler. I did not like the art here at all. It's dark, cluttered and all the characters seem to be constantly squinting and grimacing. I've liked several of the Dynamite Green Hornet collections, but this one was a disappointment.
This Green Hornet Orgin type story started off a little hard to follow and incoherent. If the reader stays with it though he or she will find a intriguing story that will eventually grip the reader. The art work is top notch and could be said in the early going to be the saving grace of this graphic novel. I just expect more from my Green Hornet stories 3 and a half stars out of Five.
Far to many indistinguishable characters - both in art and attitude.
This was a flop. I assumed the purpose of this prequel was to show the original Hornet & Kato in action, but they were hardly in it. Also, I hated the art.
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