Green Hornet comic books began in December 1940. The series, titled Green Hornet Comics published by Helnit Comics (sometimes called Holyoke), with the writing attributed to Fran Striker. The stories were loosely based on episodes of the radio show. This series ended after six issues.
Several months later, Harvey Comics launched its own version, beginning with issue #7. This series lasted until issue #47 in 1949; during that time it also changed its title twice: first to Green Hornet Fights Crime (issue #34) and later to Green Hornet, Racket Buster (issue #44).
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Harvey additionally used the character in the public-service one-shot War Victory Comics in 1942, and gave him one adventure in each of two issues of All-New Comics, #13 (where he was also featured on the cover)and #14, in 1946.
In 1953, several months after the radio series ended, Dell Comics published a one-shot with the character (officially entitled Four Color #496). Both stories therein share titles with late-era radio episodes (“The Freightyard Robberies,” June 23, 1949; and ” Proof of Treason,” October 17, 1952) and might be adaptations.
In 1967, Gold Key Comics produced a 3-issue series based on the TV show.
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