Masked Filers Reading SFF:
The Green Hornet

Chris Barkley says, “Let’s roll, Kato!”

So, when I first started wearing a mask a few weeks ago, I could not stop thinking about one of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s best known compositions, “The Flight of the Bumblebee”, which was also adapted and famously used as the theme music for the radio and television versions of The Green Hornet.

When I was gifted with a black mask by a relative, I made it a priority to buy a classic patch and sew it on myself. 

I get a few off looks but that’s ok. When I put it on along with my fedora and jacket, I feel like the outlaw vigilante I was always meant to be…

“The Green Hornet! He matches wits with racketeers and saboteurs, risking his life so that criminals and enemy spies will feel the weight of the law by the sting of the Green Hornet!”


If you want to see this series continue, send photos of your mask and social distancing reads to mikeglyer (at) cs (dot) com

4 thoughts on “Masked Filers Reading SFF:
The Green Hornet

  1. I love this! My mask is not “super-hero-y” enough for a pic, but I am an admirer!

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