The new Moon Knight book is sweet. The second issue was a little confusing but I think it is going to be a quality series. I really hope this book works out for a while. I hate the mini-series books. I would much rather read a book that is on-going. If you haven't read it yet, check it out.
I'm 22 years old and I haven't given a second look to a comic book store in years. Sure I watched the super hero movies that have come out lately, but it never sparked any interest in the characters I grew up with. However... Recently I discovered Moon Knight had gotten a new comic line for himself and I wanted to check it out (he was a childhood favorite of mine from the early 90s when I was just in elementary school). I went out a bought issue 1. It was dark, it was depressing, it was SWEET! So now i'm here with all 3 issues, the director's cut AND the essential book for Moon Knight. Moon Knight has re-sparked my interest in comic books and now I find myself going to a local shop at least once a week. The memories of Spider-man and all those X-men are coming back to me now from when I was a kid (how could I forget about Maximum Carnage?!). Thank you Moon Knight.
Moon Knight is one of the coolest heroes I have ever seen. With the white cape and the glowing eyes, he looks so awesome and bad. One question: What year did Marvel first release a Moon Knight comic book?
Moon Knight was first seen in "Werewolf by Night" #32 in 1975, but started his ownn series in 1980.
I've been looking all over the place for back issues of the new huston/finch story. Is there a good/cheap place on the internet i can find these? --setabkcin
After reading the first storyline of the new Moon Knight series shouldn't Moon Knight also be put in the Gods category? -- IRISH4869 16:46, 28 December 2006 (CST)
no, i don't think so, he's not a god, he's the hand of a god, he does what his god tells him to do. Khonshu is the god, Moon Knight is the right hand. he's more like an avatar. Galongdafar