Wednesday, June 8, 2011

The Green Hornet Rides Again!

Win Scott Eckert posted the following on his blog today at

Two amazing covers to choose from.
Interiors/galleys are complete and Moonstone Books' second all-original volume of Green Hornet short stories, The Green Hornet Casefiles, is off to the printer!

We're putting final touches on the covers, and those will be complete in short order.

The Green Hornet Casefiles features 18 original short stories (the Limited Edition hardcover includes a 19th story) set squarely in the continuity of the classic 1960s Green Hornet television series featuring Van Williams and Bruce Lee, penned by a roster of top-notch writers who understand and honor the characters and their legacy.

Another thrilling adventure for The Green Hornet.
Edited by Joe Gentile and Win Scott Eckert
Cover Art (Limited Edition Hardcover): Rubén Procopio
Cover Art (Trade Edition Softcover): Michael Wm. Kaluta
336pgs, b/w, Squarebound, 6x9

"The Outlaw Hero" - Introduction by Ron Fortier
"Sting of the Yellowjacket" by Howard Hopkins
"Lair of the Living Dead" by Joe McKinney
"Through a Green Haze" by Dan Wickline
"The Black Widow" by John Everson
"A Thing of Beauty" by Bobby Nash
"The Insincerest Form of Flattery" by Paul D. Storrie
"Bad Medicine" by Vito Delsante and Win Scott Eckert
"The Gray Line Between" by F.J. DeSanto, Michael Uslan and Joe Gentile
"Up in Smoke" by Deborah Chester
"The Worst Angels of Our Nature" by Paul Kupperberg
"Now That Would Be Telling" by Bradley H. Sinor
"Summer of Death" by Barry Reese
"The Wet and the Wicked" by David Boop
"The Carlossi Caper" by Arthur A. Lyon
"Soldanus, the Sultan of Crime" by Gary Phillips
"The Dangerous Game" by Eric Fein
"Beauty Is As Beauty Dies" by James Mullaney
"Auld Acquaintance" by Matthew Baugh
"Memories of My Grandfather, Raymond J. Meurer" - Afterword by Lisa Meurer Long
"Raymond J. Meurer: Man with Many Hats" - Afterword by Tim Lasiuta
Bonus Story in Limited Edition: "If These Walls Could Buzz" by Tim Lasiuta and Rafael Nieves

"Let's roll, Kato."
You can learn more about The Green Hornet Casefiles at

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