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Moon Knight #6 (We got our cloak on Spoilers)

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Punchy

Staff Writer

Postby Punchy » Thu Oct 06, 2011 11:23 am

Okay, first off, what the hell is Moon Knight doing on the cover? Is he voguing? He looks ridiculous! This was very enjoyable as usual, it’s just a pleasure to read Bendis and Maleev groove together. There were several really strong scenes here, Moon Knight and Echo deciding to team-up again, the new Kingpin of LA (who is definitely Count Nefaria I reckon) killing that bunch of morts, and then the actual Avengers showing up to find out what the hell Moon Knight is up to. This was a brilliant scene, and just adds another layer to Moon Knight’s craziness, he knows that the Cap, Spidey and Wolverine in his head aren’t real, but he’s still listening to them, and that last page was very clever. Can’t wait for the next issue.
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Flynn the Pirate

OMCTO

Postby Flynn the Pirate » Thu Oct 06, 2011 2:42 pm

Punchy wrote:Okay, first off, what the hell is Moon Knight doing on the cover? Is he voguing? He looks ridiculous! This was very enjoyable as usual, it’s just a pleasure to read Bendis and Maleev groove together. There were several really strong scenes here, Moon Knight and Echo deciding to team-up again, the new Kingpin of LA (who is definitely Count Nefaria I reckon) killing that bunch of morts, and then the actual Avengers showing up to find out what the hell Moon Knight is up to. This was a brilliant scene, and just adds another layer to Moon Knight’s craziness, he knows that the Cap, Spidey and Wolverine in his head aren’t real, but he’s still listening to them, and that last page was very clever. Can’t wait for the next issue.


To be honest, I was a little let down by this issue. Aside from seeing the Kingpin of L.A. for the first time, not much actually happened. It was a lot of talking and a lot of rehashing what we've already seen, but not much moving the story forward.
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Stephen Day

Wrasslin' Fan

Postby Stephen Day » Sat Oct 08, 2011 6:08 pm

Flynn the Pirate wrote:
To be honest, I was a little let down by this issue. Aside from seeing the Kingpin of L.A. for the first time, not much actually happened. It was a lot of talking and a lot of rehashing what we've already seen, but not much moving the story forward.


I felt similarly, but the reveal of who the Kingpin of L.A. is was a big enough moment that I still enjoyed this issue a lot. I was sad to see the Night Shift buy it though, I've always had a soft spot for them.

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