Reunited once more with the Green Hornet, Kato discovers how his friend has kept busy in the six weeks since their falling out. After hitting up various low-rent locales for protection money and information, the pair final turn their attention the the people actually behind The Voice and the various bombings around town.
Writer Mark Waid continues to play on the subterfuge the Green Hornet creates while masquerading as the city’s most notorious crime boss. Although Kato is still not sure about the lengths Britt Reid is willing to go to in order to sell the charade, he must admit his admiratation with the network the Hornet has been able to put together in such a short time.
The final sequences gives us the Green Hornet and Kato finally confronting the businessmen behind the bombings (featuring a great splash page by artist Daniel Indro), and the comic ends on a cliffhanger as we will soon see just how far Reid is willing to go to sell the Hornet’s act when he is tasked with killing and FBI agent. Worth a look.
[Dynamite Entertainment, $3.99]