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Review: Green Hornet: Solitary Sentinel #3


There is always that point in the “On The Run” stories where the truth comes to light. This is where you find out who is really the bad guy. There are those villains who do simply for greed. Then there are those who do it purely for personal reasons.

Good Liar shows such a twist, that no one saw coming. As the villain finally gets him comeuppance, leaving no room for escape.  When the hero rises, is when the audience finally sees that glimmer of hope. In the final issue of Green Hornet: Solitary Sentinel, our heroes finally get justice.

We catch up with the Black Hornet,, as he and his commandoes raid the headquarters of the secret police, possibly alleviating some of the heat Paul gets. As the reader and Paul find out that the Black Hornet is Britt, as he needed to stay hidden so that they can uproot the mayor. Paul rescues Diana and Kato from jail. By the issue’s end, the Reids expose the Mayor and his cronies and would soon see their wealth restored.

Overall, Green Hornet: Solitary Sentinel #3 is an extraordinary conclusion which ties the story up well. The story by Van Hise is electrifying. The art by the creative team is eye-catching. Altogether, a story that ends as exciting as it started.

Story: James Van Hise Art: Andrea Albert, Ken Penders, Tony DeZuniga, and Tony Caputo
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

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