No recent wiki edits to this page.

Moon Knight embarks on his first adventure with Steve Rogers’ new Super-team: The Secret Avengers! Captain Barracuda and his crew of pirates that have hijacked a tanker transporting two million barrels of crude that’s worth north of two-hundred mil on the open market and executed 9 hostages just to show they’re not playing around. But neither are Steve Rogers, War Machine, Valkyrie, Ant-Man and their newest recruit, Moon Knight. They’re ready to rumble…and if that means taking on Barracuda’s reinforcements – a legion of creatures from the bowels of the deep blue sea – so be it.

Moon Knight reflects on his inclusion on the Secret Avengers as the team (minus Nova) prepares to drop from a cargo plane to their roving headquarters. Once there, Sharon Carter briefs the team on their mission. A group of pirates called Black Mast has taken over a valuable oil tanker and killed 9 of the 17 crew members. Black Mast is lead by Captain Barracuda, who has a history of capturing tankers and murdering the crews. Barracuda also has possession of the Glove of Asteria, a powerful artifact that disappeared from Project Pegasus after Norman Osborn shut it down. The team descends on the tanker and engages the pirates. In battle, Ant-Man shrinks down and flies into Captain Barracuda’s mouth and tugs on his uvula, causing him gag and take out his own thugs with the Glove. Meanwhile, Moon Knight rescues the hostages with some help from Valkyrie. Barracuda summons sea creatures with the Horn of Proteus, but the team escapes and leaves Barracuda to sink, submerging the horn and removing the creatures. The team returns to land with the remaining hostages.

sizepositionchange
sizepositionchange
positionchange
positionchange
bordersheaderpositiontable
positionchange

Creators

none of this issue.

Teams

none of this issue.

Locations

none of this issue.

Concepts

none of this issue.

Objects

none of this issue.

Story Arcs

none of this issue.

User reviews Add new review

5 (0)
4 (3)
3 (0)
2 (0)
1 (0)
4.3 stars

Average score of 3 user reviews

Back on track. 0

After what I felt were a few so-so months, this issue brought  me back 100% to this title. It's basically Moony's rumination's on his place in the Secret Avengers, and whether or not he belongs on the team, and just how the team functions in general. All told, it's a pretty solid piece of business. Ryp, the artist, manages to pack a TON of action onto a page. I'm not a huge fan of how he draws people, but the way he manages to squeeze a ton of stuff and have it all make sense is amazing. Hurwitz...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Hey Schitzo 0

I've never given Moon Knight a shot before this, and only picked up the comic because of its connections to the Secret Avengers. I was pleasantly surprised at what a fascinating and cool character Moon Knight is. While I never disliked him or called him a Batman rip-off, I just never really gave him the time of day. This issue was great from start to finish and chock full of great action scenes. There's also a fascinating character study to be found here as we find a man torn by internal struggl...

4 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Review: Vengeance of the Moon Knight #10 0

Moon Knight reflects on his membership in the Secret Avengers while they go about the covert op of saving hostages from Captain Barracuda on oil platform. The Good I continue to be absolutely floored by the amount of detail Ryp is able to pack into a single panel, let alone a whole page. I never thought I'd come across a comics artist who could give Geof Darrow a serious run for his money, but here he is.  I just want to frame every piece, because these c...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
See all user reviews

This edit will also create new pages on Comic Vine for:

Beware, you are proposing to add brand new pages to the wiki along with your edits. Make sure this is what you intended. This will likely increase the time it takes for your changes to go live.

Comment and Save

Until you earn 1000 points all your submissions need to be vetted by other Comic Vine users. This process takes no more than a few hours and we'll send you an email once approved.