The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Nights
The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Nights (2013) #5
There is action and intrigue aplenty in this issue. Will Shiwan Khan kill President Roosevelt? Will the Shadow and the Green Hornet arrive in time to save the president? Rated teen plus, this is the last and entertaining issue of the miniseries.
The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Nights (2013) #4
The dreaded Shiwan Khan now has a weapon of great magnitude and plans to
cripple the United States’ military capability in order to keep it out
of World War II. Set against a historical backdrop of New York City in
1939, this issue is pretty good. We get to see U.S. President Franklin
D. Roosevelt and Nikola Tesla in this outing. Rated teen plus, it will
be interesting to see where this series leads.
The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Nights #3
The backdrop is
and New York, 1939. The United States is not yet embroiled in World War II. The Shadow and Green Hornet are
fast on the heels of Shiwan Khan, a man out to use a Tesla weapon to use
against the U.S. in the coming war. Rated teen plus, this issue has a page of interesting
footnotes that place the events alongside history.
The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Nights #2
The backdrop is 1939. War looms large on the
horizon and there are plans afoot to cripple America’s manufacturing base. While a bit too chatty, this issue is worth
reading. Rated teen plus.
The Shadow/Green Hornet: Dark Knights #1 (of 5)
This is a thought-provoking look at what was
“truly” behind both world wars. While very chatty, this issue reads
pretty quickly. It mostly sets the stage for what happens next. Rated
teen plus, this miniseries is worth watching.