Moon Knight #5

    Moon Knight » Moon Knight #5 released by Marvel on November 1, 2011.

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    The new kingpin of L.A. has brought the fight to Moon Knight's front door and now Marc Spector is going to return the favor. Moon Knight unleashes hell on the L.A. underworld in his race to uncover the kingpin's secret identity!! From the Eisner award-winning team that brought you Daredevil and SCARLET.



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    Tick Tock ..... im waiting for the plot to pick up. 0

    Review for Moon Knight #5.  The Story: Marc and Echo runaway from the cops and Tick-Tock gets interrogated by the police.  The Good: Some might be getting annoyed by the hallucinations but here is played up very well. Bendis has a good voice for each of them and how there experience's would try and influence Marc. Cap doesn't want him to hurt the cops since there just doing there jobs, Spidey wants him to run and get Echo and Wolvie wants him to cut loose on the cops in order to runaway. The con...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    If Only You Were As Cute As You Think You Are 0

    The way that Alex Maleev's Moon Knight pops against the backgrounds in this book is stunning. I could sit and stare at Alex Maleev's art for hours. Everything about Moon Knight is just so well done. The two-tone, inks and white page just work so brilliantly. Everything about Moon Knight pops in every panel he's in.It's brilliant because Marc is the only thing standing between L.A. (and the west coast) and crime. If that sentence terrifies you, then you've been reading the same book I have. Echo'...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Moon Knight #5 0

    We continue the story of  Marc Spector as he, with the help of Echo,  continues to search for the elusive kingpin of LA. The Night Shift are defeated by Marc and Echo but this is not the end of their troubles  as the LAPD has surrounded them.  The Good  I love the Dynamic Duo of Bendis and Maleev. They do a great job with the nitty- gritty street level heroes like Daredevil and Moon Knight. The Dirty artwork really adds to the city noire feeling that I think Bendis, in his story telling, i...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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