Moon Knight appears in 1158 issues.
The ex-lover of Seth of the Hellbent.
Female demon in egyptian mytholgy.
An agent of ULTIMATUM, a terrorist organization devoted to bringing an end to all nations, Anarchy once defeated the Punisher and Moon Knight during a mass theft of munitions masterminded by Flag-Smasher and designed to rearm ULTIMATUM and overthrow the U.S. government
Aria is an alien, from the Zennan nation.
Nimrod Strange, a.k.a. Arsenal, was the commander of the Third World Slayers.
Bengal is a martial artist who seeks vengeance on those that committed war crimes during the Vietnam War.
Lawyer and Professional Criminal.
One of Moon Knight's oldest nemeses who donned the armor of the Black Spectre as a homage to Moon Knight, though he aimed for evil rather than good and made several attempts to control the City of New York.
Hired by the committee to assassinate Moon Knight.
Bora is a mutant with the power of arctic winds.
A toy-like robot created by Mordillo.
Hired by the Committee to kill Moon Knight.
A deadly killer for hire capable of using practically anything as a lethal projectile weapon with flawless accuracy and deadly force. He is one of the most psychotic and sadistic characters in Marvel and serves as one of Daredevil's most dangerous foes.
Raoul Bushman is a villain in the Marvel Universe.The former mercenary is considered to by Moon Knights oldest and most formidable nemesis.
Cactus is a humanoid cactus plant created by Dominus. He attacks with his sharp needles and has the ability to regenerate certain body parts.
Cajun Creed is a enemy of Moon Knight.
The Seekers are hired by the Secret Empire to assist Midnight against Moon Knight, Night Thrasher, Spider Man and the Punisher.
Moon Knight, Marc Spector, Steven Grant, Jake Lockley: different aspects of the same man. All serving Khonshu, the God of Vengeance, as his "Avatar"
Ringer, Killer Shrike and Coachwhip team up and fight Moon Knight during the Acts of Vengeance storyline.
Enemy of Moon Knight, Iron Fist and Luke Cage
Conquer-Lord is a skilled assassin that tries to have power over the entire city.
A former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent sent undercover, Constrictor soon became what he was trying to stop. Since joining the Initiative he has lost his arms and had them replaced with cybernetic implants that incorporate his trademark weapon of electrified metal coil whips.
Newest nemesis for Count Nefaria. Moon Knight was sent by Avengers to L.A. to find out about unusual super-criminal activities. However, he met Count Nefaria and started the war against his criminal empire.
Crossfire comes into conflict with the Thing and Moon Knight when he captures the Thing and explains his plan to brainwash the Fantastic Four to battle the Avengers. Moon Knight and the Thing manage to thwart his plans and Crossfire escapes.
The first supervillian called Cyclone. He battled Spider-Man and Moon Knight but was later a victim to Scourge. Was momentarily revived by The Hood only to die again.
A vigilante terrorist and enemy of Moon Knight consumed with eliminating sinners with his electrical whips.
Reanimated from an electric chair, Deadzone is religiously obsessed and an erratic enemy to both sides of the law.
The second Hobgoblin, Jason Macendale, became possessed by a demon after making a deal with N'astirh for power. When Jason rid himself of the demon he was host to, it became a seperate entity known as Demogoblin.
Digger is a villain who buries people alive. Also somewhat of a storyteller.
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