It’s actually rather hard to write a review for this book each month, as it’s chapter structure is not like many other comics these days, there’s no set story titles or arcs, each issue just follows on from each other. It’s simultaneously old-school and innovative. There were some great moments in this issue, like Moon Knights meet with the Cop, which really showed just how different MK is from Batman. Maleev really shone in that scene too, the way he drew Moon Knight’s cape was spectacular. As always the scenes between Spector and (to borrow a turn of phrase from Battlestar Galactica) Head Cap, Head Wolverine and Head Spidey were brilliant, and it’s cool to see MK and Echo take their tentative steps towards becoming a couple, their action scenes were awesome, although the panels with Echo flicking the match were a little cheesy. Oh yeah, and I’m glad the Moon Knight TV showed up again, Bendis needs to focus on that some more, it’s a really interesting conceit, he can do a kind of meld of his Marvel work and Total Sell-out.