Nitz also will be writing adventures of the Green Hornet in the “Golden Age,” based on the original conception of the character. He'll follow Wagner, who established the “Green Hornet: Year One” series.
“It's very inspirational working with Matt (Wagner),” Nitz said. “He's got three Eisner (Awards); he's an extraordinarily gifted creator.”
Each Hornet must accurately reflect its time period — the modern era for the movie-based comics, and the 1930s and 1940s for the “Year One” comics — but Nitz enjoys both assignments. He also has more projects at Dynamite that he expects to be announced in the coming months.
“I'm very firmly entrenched in the family of Green Hornet books at Dynamite, but I'm also doing a ton of other stuff at Dynamite,” Nitz said. “It's a good home to have right now.”
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