Moon Knight #1

    Moon Knight » Moon Knight #1 released by Marvel on July 1, 2011.

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    last edited by theAliman64 on 04/27/22 12:54PM View full history

    The wait is over! Moon Knight is you've never seen him before! And we mean NEVER! The Eisner award-winning team of Bendis and Maleev tear into the mythos of Moon Knight with the same verve and derring-do they brought to Daredevil. A MARVELOUS reinterpretation of one of the most enigmatic characters in Marvel history starts right here!



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    You didn't pick this up? You must be crazy like Marc Spector 0

    Possible spoilersI must admit, I was a little hesitant to pick this series up. If one character is guilty of abandoning me and leaving me with my wallet intact, it's Moon Knight. (By that I mean his series get cancelled a lot). But since Bendis is the writer (yes, I admit that I like his writing), I'm going to give this a go and pray that Moon Knight sells well.As the other reviews say, it is a little odd that Marc has become a TV show producer, and whilst it isn't exactly explained why he is, I...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Time For Another Moon Knight #1 0

    Moon Knight has had more comic series than I can keep track of. Being a big Moon Knight fan, I always cringe a little with each one, fearing the inevitable cancelation. I can only hope this one will bring an end to that trend.The Good  Going into this comic, there was no way I could not be extremely skeptical. Moon Knight in L.A.? Marc Spector as a television producer? Sounds a little weird but because it's something different, and that's what might be needed to keep this series going where as t...

    15 out of 17 found this review helpful.

    you so crazy! 0

    I have very mixed feelings about this issue. On one hand, MK is getting some much deserved love; he is a personal favorite that seems to remain on the B or C list of superheroes. On the other hand, it was pretty sloppy. Bendis is not a bad writer, but at times going through this book, it seemed like he was phoning it in. The series alone is a complete disconnect from any past Moon Knight series, save for the main character and his name. Vengeance of the Moon Knight was a sorely underrated comic...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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