Moon Knight (2014) #5

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An abandoned hotel in New York contains a single abductee and upwards of twenty armed mob enforcers. Moon Knight is going to go inside and rescue the abductee. Alone. Every issue has sold out! Go ahead and up your orders so your readers don't miss out!
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  • Imprint: Marvel Universe
  • Rating: Rated T+
  • Format: Comic
  • Price: $3.99
  • UPC: 75960608001400511
  • FOC Date: Jun 18, 2014
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MrBoogedyBoo member

This is the first time I've ever actually felt a need to get a print subscription to a series and I don't regret it. Aside from waiting 3 weeks to receive a new issue after it's released.


I actually like that there is not much dialogue because it shouldn't but is there are two are three issues of that then so be it. But I am not complaing that there is not much Dialogue because why would someone be talking while in a brawl.


But issue number 5 reminded me of that movie raid or the new judge dred.


Moon Knight is so cool. It has alot of action and this guy does not mess around. He should fight on top of a train against bad guys just to add that extra action to it. If I was a writer I probably would do that. I do not know where the story is going to go. But stay with this kind of action . I can't wait to see what is more to come from this awesome comic book.

rprice member

I actually really enjoyed this issue. This is probably the best issue yet. It was fast paced with a heavy dose of violence, gore, and action. Moon Knight is not a man to play with, and his current mEntal state makes him in my opinion even more of a threat to his enemies. He doesn't hold back!

I was on the edge of my seat from the beginning to the end of this issue. I have absolutely loved the job that Charles Ellis has been doing with this book and the character. I love the character's battle with his mentality, his no holds back approach to evil, and his many costume changes and wierdness. I hear that a new writing/art team will be coming to the book by issue #7. Im a little nervous because this book has been so successful so far, but i trust that Marvel wont allow It to go downhill after such a successful start. I believe that the new writers will probably/hopefully give us more details about the life if the mysterious Moon KnIght Who is this man? What more uncanny things will we find out about him? Hmmmm. I am still excited about this series and cant wait to see what more is in store for the months to come..


I keep hearing about what a great writer Ellis is, so why isn't he doing any writing for this series! Simple layouts that only show a few events, and the whole thing is wrapped up with very few text or dialog being written. He's practically being paid to do NOTHING! Perhaps I wouldn't complain if it was accompanied by great art--but Deodato or the Dobsons are not working on this series. Instead we have juvenile art depicting very UN-juvenile events. I miss Bendis's series--at least it wasn't a throwback to the wretched Huston reboot of the character! After being disappointed with the first three issues, I almost quit at issue four, only to go back and get it the following week (why, I don't know). This time I am passing up issue five for good (I browsed through it--it isn't worth it!), and I doubt I'll get another again until they bring in a writer who actually writes stories for him and an artist whose work is visually interesting. Way to screw with my favorite character, guys!