Moon Knight #7

    Moon Knight » Moon Knight #7 - Midnight Sun, Chapter 1: The Woodwork released by Marvel on January 1, 2007.

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    Midnight Sun, Chapter 1: The Woodwork last edited by kaneundertaker2 on 08/12/19 04:57AM View full history

    “Midnight Sun: Part One: The Woodwork” Moon Knight enters Civil War!

    Three months back on the job, and they’re already coming out of the woodwork. The bad guys you expect. The gangsters and the hoods with old axes to grind. They all come with the territory. But the heroes--them you don’t expect. Popping up to give you the eyeball and make sure you’re toeing the line. Their line. Spider-Man and his wisecracks...Frank Castle, the angel of death himself, telling you he’ll be keeping an eye on you...even the fugitive Captain America, with a word to say about crashing aircraft into the sides of buildings in New York City. And now, this other thing. Someone is out there. Someone hitting the old haunts, scenes of the old crimes. Leaving messages. Leaving bodies. Someone who knows you. Someone who crushes steel and pulls off limbs. All to get your attention. Someone out of your league!

    Spider-Man makes a brief crossover appearance from the Civil War story arc. Marc Spectre (Moon Knight) seaks out the help of old mercenary friends. He has been baddly beaten from a previous fight, and the bruises on his face are actually startling. It appears that Spectre wants to get his helicopter flying again. He enlists the help of Jean-Paul his French ex-mercenary buddy.



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    First off,the artwork is great especially these covers with other heroes along with Moon Knight.Second,the story is amazing.Ever since his throwdown with Taskmaster and Bushman or whatever he's been getting crazier and crazier,i love his way of handeling things.He is way more developed then Batman when it comes to personality.He actually gets hurt when he fights(imagine that).Other heroes who cross his path are not liking how he doing things but he just shrugs em off and continues to be like a B...

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