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“The Bottom” Part 1 (of 6)

The Fist of Khonshu is back and badder than ever, courtesy of acclaimed novelist Charlie Huston (Caught Stealing, Six Bad Things) and red-hot, fan-favorite artist David Finch (New Avengers).

Marc Specter used to talk to God. His god anyway. Khonshu -- God of the Moon, God of Vengeance -- saved Spector’s life, brought him to glory, made him a hero. Made him Moon Knight. But what Khonshu gives, he also takes away. And once he takes, he takes for good. Spector learned this the hard way, spiraling into madness, depression and worse. But he also remembers. Remembers what it felt like to jump off the top of a six-story tenement, cloak spread behind him. Remembers the feel of cartilage and bone exploding beneath his fists. Remembers the fun stuff. Now Specter wants back in the game. Will Khonshu hear his prayer?

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Confusing But OK 0

I have always been a big fan of good  ol' Loony Moony, which is why I bought the TPB with this issue in it. But I have to say, it was quite disappointing. The whole plot of the story was really confusing and hard to follow. There was also not enough action, especially considering how crazy Moon Knight is. The whole comic was pretty much about Marc Specter remember all of the cool stuff he used to do as Moon Knight and popping pills, which leads me to my next point: why isn't he Moon Knight anymo...

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