Moon Knight #3

    Moon Knight » Moon Knight #3 released by Marvel on September 1, 2011.

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    You've seen what insanity the new Moon Knight can do, but how is he doing it? Find out here! Plus, who is the kingpin of L.A.? And why do all the other criminals cower at his feet? And just how far is Moon Knight willing to take his new blood fued? (Hint: pretty damn far!) From the Eisner award-winning team that brought you Daredevil, Halo, and Avengers.



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    I Would Love to Know How Bendis Came Up With the Name Buck Lime 0

    Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev slow things down this issue to develop Marc Specter's new status quo in Los Angeles for readers, further dealing with Echo and introducing some new supporting cast members.  Much of this issue focuses on the introduction of Buck Lime, a former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Marc hires on to secretly be his weapons supplier and adviser. There is almost a metatextual moment in this issue where Marc tells his assistant Amy that they do not need a French guy to play the role...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Much Better... 0

    Cover:   Applicable and extremely neat.  It was very confusing on the solicits because they kept showing this one as #4, but I can see how it would be important for the cover to represent this particular issue.  The Good:   The dialogue and the interactions in this particular issue are astounding.  I still have a lot of reservations about Bendis' depiction of Moon Knight, but in this issue, his state of mind really shines and the way that he reacts to everyone in L.A is nothing short of awesom...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Dude, run, NOW ! 0

    Review of Moon Knight #3.  The Story: Mark and Echo talk a little and we meet Mark's assistant Buck Lime.  The Good: I like this new assistant already, he doesn't take sh*t from Mark with what he does near the end of the issue and he is SNARKY and I love a character like that. Seeing Mark's interaction with some of his employe's is very funny and does a good job of establishing Mark's new job wich I really hopped Bendis would put at some point. The building up the various villains on the West Co...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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