Moon Knight #7

    Moon Knight » Moon Knight #7 - Blackout released by Marvel on November 2014.

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    Season 2 of MOON KNIGHT begins with a new creative team and a black-out!

    When the entire city is thrust into darkness by a threat, Moon Knight’s must use all of his weapons (and personalities) to defeat a new foe!

    Brian Wood (X-MEN, DMZ) takes the writing reins picking up from where Ellis left off pushing questions from MOON KNIGHT #1 back to the fore and amplifies them 100-fold!

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    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverDeclan Shalvey (a) & Jordie Bellaire (c)1
    VarVariant CoverDeclan Shalvey (a) & Jordie Bellaire (c)2


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    The second story arc with a new creative team. 0

    Though Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey are no longer on this book, MOON KNIGHT LIVES ON! A new creative team has taken Ellis and Shalvey's places, and from the looks of this first issue [of the second story arc] it may be a success after all. BUT, before you read this review, I suggest you read my review for MOON KNIGHT #6! ALSO, you should read my other [awesome] reviews like Batman: Assault on Arkham, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles [2014] Movie, Godzilla [2014], TTG! episode, "Money Grandma!", a...

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