In the far 1975's August a new Marvel character was born. Straightly after this appearence (as the character aproved to be popular to readers) he had several solo spots and ended up with an ongoing series in 1980. But those didn't last for long: after #38(!) the issue was cancelled. After short-period incorporation in the Secret Avengers new series, the most long-term ones, were launched: Marc Spector: Moon Knight (what is pretty fun despite the fact that Spector has multiple idenities). But #60 was the last of it!
7 ears later, in 2006, Charlie Huston (soon replaced by Mike Benson) and David Finch took the character in his hands. Guess what? In 2009, MK is killed again with #30, only to be ressurected in 2010 with "The Vengeance of the Moon Knight" 10 issues-long title, and cancel again(!!).
Appart from some Shadowland and Secret Avengers appearences, Marc eats dust on Marvel's cabinet shelf till 2011: the long-awaited Bendis relaunch comes real! - - - deja vu - - - #12 wraps it up. AGAIN.
So then, what for this brief historical inquiry? Read the topics name again. "Why don't Moon Knight comics last long?" Maybe Marvel thinks that like that they make the character more significant? Or it's Moon Knight's curse: he always dies to live again? What do you think?