The 30-Second Review: Kevin Smith’s Green Hornet #1
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Kevin Smith's Green Hornet #1
Story: Kevin Smith
Breakdowns: Phil Hester
Pencils: Jonathan Lau
Pages Before The First Reference To a George Lucas Movie: 20
In the first issue of the first of five "Green Hornet" series Dynamite's going to launch within the next three months, filmmaker and habitual comic-ruiner Kevin Smith defies all expectations by setting up a story about an aimless 20-something whose girlfriend leaves him because he just can't get his life together, couched in a larger context of lazy racial humor and pop culture references. Even more importantly though is the fact that this is a book with the courage to ask questions of the reader:
The answer, incidentally, is no.