Moon Knight #2

    Moon Knight » Moon Knight #2 released by Marvel on August 1, 2011.

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    Moon Knight’s startling true nature as a one-man Avengers team stands revealed! Now, in the guises and identities of Spider-Man, Wolverine and Captain America, Marc Spector wages war against organized crime in Los Angeles. But who is the Kingpin of crime in L.A. and how does Moon Knight plan to bring him down?



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    Crazy Moon Knight Action 0

    Moon Knight is in Los Angeles fighting a new evil along side Captain America, Wolverine and Spider-Man...or is he?The GoodHave I mentioned I really really dig Moon Knight? I love Moon Knight having his own series and a high profile one at that since it's by Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev. In a brilliant move, Moon Knight has decided to fight crime Los Angeles. We all know the Marvel Universe is more than just New York City. Being part of the Secret Avengers, Moon Knight has learned to be a...

    10 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    Review: Moon Knight #2 0

    Brain Michael Bendis threw out a really good issue of Moon Knight last time, is this issue the same quality? What about Moon Knights multiple personalities?  THE GOOD: I have never read Moon Knight before and the first one did really good at making him known to me, this issue continues where the last one left off. They are looking for the person who is trying to become the King Pin of L.A. I love Moon Knight because he is a diffrent character. I love that he has multiple personalities. I think t...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    There's Nothing to Worry About Until He Thinks He's Black Widow 0

    Marc Specter's mental breakdown is on full display in this second issue of his series as he makes his first move to learn who the kingpin of Los Angeles is.   We learn that Moon Knight's mental state is a lot worse than him simply talking to people who aren't really there. In his delusional state, he sometimes actually thinks he is them. He acts as Spider-Man and Wolverine as if they are his allies helping him in this small Avengers team that exists only in his head. Perhaps the strangest thing ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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