Killed, Not Dead: Chapter 1 last edited by EPYON8675 on 08/18/18 08:32PM View full history

Guest-starring Deadpool! Herman Goncharenko lies at death's door, wasting away of cancer, but someone wants him killed, not dead. Someone desperate enough to hire a certain mouthy mercenary to do the job. Gonchrenko's only hope just might be the reformed Moon Knight - if he's able to withstand the force of nature known as Deadpool, and if Goncharenko is, indeed, worth saving.

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Almost perfect, just not quite there. 0

First off, let me say that this is my first review, so if it's a little choppy, bear with me, I'll get better. As for the comic itself, I should say beforehand that I'm a huge Moon Knight fan, so I've got all kinds of bias. But anyways, this was the first part of a team-up arc with Deadpool. I know Deadpool's overexposed recently, but this was a much more low key Deadpool, so it worked for me. His literal "Hello, Nurse!" moment was hilarious. He wasn't as outright "wacky", as he's usually writte...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

REVIEW: VENGEANCE OF THE MOON KNIGHT 0

Deadpool makes his 70th guest appearance this month, trying to kill a Ukrainian mobster that Moon Knight's trying to protect because he doesn't know any better.   THE GOOD Tan Eng Huat was already doing amazing work on Doom Patrol years ago and his style's evolved nicely here, incorporates painterly elements that resemble Simone Bianchi's work. Moon Knight's real-time computer imaging powers make him a nice update of the Batman archetype for the 2010s. Hur...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Hard to read this one without wincing 0

I love Moon Knight, and I loved the first six issues of this run (for the most part).   So I say this with a little bit of disappointment and a lot of hope for the future, that this issue was pretty poor.  The writing has been good.  At some points even very good.  But while this issues main idea is solid, it falls flatter than Oklahoma in the dialogue department.    This issue brings Moon Knight into contact with the everywhere-at-once Deadpool, as he wakes to a disturbance at the nearby hospit...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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