|Artist(s):||Joe Bennett, Penciller|
|Joe Bennett, Inker|
|Media Type:||Pen and Ink|
|Art Type:||Interior Page|
|Added to Site:||6/9/2011|
From the story entitled, "The Acquistion". An early Joe Bennett piece from around 1992. GREEN HORNET is fighting off some cops, as he tries to remember some awesome martial arts moves that Kato taught him. From the NOW Comics series, this was both pencilled and inked by Joe. Issue #29 Synopsis:"Thirteen months ago": As a police contingent led personally by Commissioner Hamilton attempts unsuccessfully to salvage something from the harbor, someone with gloved hands climbs unnoticed from the waters. "Now": The Green Hornet and his associate interrupt some teenagers dealing cocaine, but are surprised to find themselves facing military-style firearms. The arrival of police gives the masked men the distraction they need to get away unharmed, but one of the "kids" has already been killed. As media coverage--including Sentinel headlines--ties the Hornet to the murder, he and Kato resolve to find the source of the weapons. A small-time "retailer" is quite willing to direct the two to his supplier, but all our heroes find is an explosive device! They run, it detonates, and afterward, Kato cannot find his partner! He does, however, find their informant again, but he can be of no further help, as he has been permanently silenced.
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