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Moon Knight’s startling true nature as a one-man Avengers team stands revealed! Now, in the guises and identities of Spider-Man, Wolverine and Captain America, Marc Spector wages war against organized crime in Los Angeles. But who is the Kingpin of crime in L.A. and how does Moon Knight plan to bring him down?

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3.78 stars 3.78/5 Stars Average score of 9 user reviews

He has something of mine and I need it back. 0

To preface this, I know NOTHING about Moon Knight. Nada. So coming into this series I was surprised how little confusion there was for me. In fact, the only confusing part about issue #1 was the very last panel where Spidey, Cap, and Wolverine just suddenly disappear which was immediately cleared up for me by the catch up page in this issue. Moon Knight is a character that just gets more and more interesting the more I read so, to my wallet's lament, I'm definitely sticking with this series.  Th...

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What Happened? 0

Cover:   Not too bad, but not the greatest.  Maybe it's the lack of colors that's not doing it for me.  The Good:   At least the story is progressing, even if it's at a tiny little trickle.  The art is gritty and that definitely fits the mood of the story that is being portrayed, but that was about all I liked.  I get that MK has multiple personalities, I was just not very happy with a few things (see below).  The Bad:   My main bother is the fact that he was actually wearing the Spider-Man c...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Does whatever a Moon Knight can? 0

Possible spoilers  So if you've read Moon Knight #1 (of the 2011 series, that is), you'll know how it's going. Moon Knight has three new multiple personalities in the identities of Spider-Man, Wolverine, and Captain America. In this issue, we get to see what this'll mean for Marc's war on crime. After a brief discussion between the personalities, the Spider-Man one comes out swinging to find out what he can about the Kingpin of L.A.!  Most of this issue consists of Marc dressed as Spider-Man try...

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