Moon Knight

9

Amazing

Moon Knight #196

Undoubtedly both reading and looking like an adventure from John Smith’s “Indigo Prime” series of stories “for British comics magazine 2000 A.D.” back...[Read More]

8

Great

Moon Knight #195

It’s probably safe to surmise that many regular readers of this title probably didn’t know what had hit them when they first opened Issue One Hundred ...[Read More]

5

Average

Moon Knight #194

Disconcertingly billed as being “the true origin of Marc Spector”, this particularly darkly-themed twenty-page periodical must have proved something o...[Read More]

3

Bad

Moon Knight #193

Whilst Max Bemis undoubtedly lived up to his pre-print promise of having some “very weird” plans for this series with his script for Issue One Hundred...[Read More]

4

Poor

Moon Knight #192

If there’s one thing which Max Bemis’ narrative for Issue One Hundred And Ninety Two of “Moon Knight” undeniably delivers, it is one of the best fight...[Read More]

3

Bad

Moon Knight #191

It must have been hard for this comic’s 21,504 readers to imagine a more anticlimactic confrontation than the one Max Bemis penned for Issue One Hundr...[Read More]

2

Terrible

Moon Knight #190

Disappointingly depicting “Marc’s good relationship with his other [split] personalities” badly fracturing having only just established how the differ...[Read More]

7

Good

Moon Knight #189

Shifting just 23,147 copies in November 2017, less than half of what its preceding instalment sold, Issue One Hundred And Eighty Nine of “Moon Knight”...[Read More]

7

Good

Moon Knight #188

Billed by “Marvel Worldwide” as “a new day is dawning” with “the introduction of Moon Knight’s greatest nemesis”, this twenty-five page periodical may...[Read More]

3

Bad

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Moon Knight #14

In many ways it isn’t hard to see why “Marvel Worldwide” cancelled this series with Issue Fourteen of “Moon Knight”. For despite all the “New York Tim...[Read More]

5

Average

Moon Knight #13

Selling some 24,287 copies in April 2017, at least according to “Diamond Comic Distributors”, it’s not hard to see why this title was only the ninety-...[Read More]

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