The Green Hornet and Kato have met their fair share of villains over the years, but when an alien infant crashes to Earth, the two heroes must keep him safe from a whole new type of nemesis.
Are they prepared to take on a series of dark and deadly enemies willing to stop at nothing and do whatever it takes to save the child?
Cover art by Lee Weeks.
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