Moon Knight #2

    Moon Knight » Moon Knight #2 - Sniper released by Marvel on June 2014.

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    Sniper last edited by Phantom25 on 08/05/23 12:58PM View full history

    The best new comic of 2014 continues with a story that has to be experienced to be believed!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverDeclan Shalvey (a) & Jordie Bellaire (c)1
    VarVariant CoverPhil Noto3
    2ndSecond Print CoverDeclan Shalvey (a) & Jordie Bellaire (c)2



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    Guns are Power 0

    From last brilliantly executed installment, we move on to the second issue of MOON KNIGHT Written By Warren Ellis. As I mentioned before, Moon Knight is an entirely new character to me and Ellis really nailed it last time by not only grabbing my interesting, but also collaborating with Shavley to such an extent that I was left craving for more. Point of the Matter is that we were introduced with some pretty interesting physiological aspects of Marc, and due to the fact that this is a concept I ...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

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    What's happening and why it's happening. There's a sniper. Written by Warren Ellis with artwork by Declan Shalvey and colors by Jordie Bellaire.The GoodNot knowing what you are in for is an interesting feeling. It gives you a sense of fear and excitement as to whether or not you will like or dislike something. This second issue of Moon Knight is an exact representation of the sense of "not knowing what you are in for." After Warren Ellis' incredible first issue of the series that got us (readers...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Ellis is getting it done! 0

    The GoodI absolutely love Moon Knight. I wasn't so sold on the first issue, but after reading Sniper, I am so totally sold. The way Ellis tells the story here, with the different people, their panel's staying in the same layout even though certain people die, I love it. It was such a fun and new way to be told a story. Declan's art in this issue was a lot better than issue two. Maybe because the scale of the people he was drawing was a lot smaller, but I felt as though it was a lot neater. He t...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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