History Comicbook / MoonKnight

30th Mar '18 3:23:54 AM ashlay
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After Lemire's run finished, [[Music/SayAnything Max Bemis]] and [[ComicBook/{{Crossed}} Jacen Burrows]] took over creative team duties in time for the ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'' initiative, which returned Moon Knight to his all-white costume and traditional superheroics in contrast to Lemire's MindScrew and Ellis's GenreThrowback to Radio/TheShadow.

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After Lemire's run finished, [[Music/SayAnything Max Bemis]] and [[ComicBook/{{Crossed}} Jacen Burrows]] took over creative team duties in time for the ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'' initiative, which returned Moon Knight to his all-white costume and traditional superheroics in contrast to Lemire's MindScrew and Ellis's GenreThrowback to Radio/TheShadow.
Radio/TheShadow ([[AdaptationDistillation kinda]]).
6th Feb '18 9:08:37 PM BeastC
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After Lemire's run finished, Max Bemis and Jacen Burrows took over creative team duties in time for the ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'' initiative, which returned Moon Knight to his all-white costume and traditional superheroics in contrast to Lemire's MindScrew and Ellis's GenreThrowback to Radio/TheShadow.

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After Lemire's run finished, [[Music/SayAnything Max Bemis Bemis]] and [[ComicBook/{{Crossed}} Jacen Burrows Burrows]] took over creative team duties in time for the ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'' initiative, which returned Moon Knight to his all-white costume and traditional superheroics in contrast to Lemire's MindScrew and Ellis's GenreThrowback to Radio/TheShadow.
5th Feb '18 7:50:00 PM saltin
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* NoHeroToHisValet: His various companions and allies eventually leave him in disgust (if they don't die first) due to a mixture of his insanity, churlishness, and the wretched irony of funding a war on crime with a nigh-limitless supply of paramilitary blood money.
5th Feb '18 10:11:31 AM BeastC
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After Lemire's run finished, Max Bemis and Jacen Burrows took over creative team duties in time for the ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'' initiative, which returned Moon Knight to his all-white costume and superheroics in contrast to Lemire's MindScrew.

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After Lemire's run finished, Max Bemis and Jacen Burrows took over creative team duties in time for the ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'' initiative, which returned Moon Knight to his all-white costume and traditional superheroics in contrast to Lemire's MindScrew.
MindScrew and Ellis's GenreThrowback to Radio/TheShadow.
18th Jan '18 6:59:16 PM BeastC
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After Lemire's run finished, Max Bemis and Jacen Burrows took over creative team duties in time for the ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'' initiative, which returned Moon Knight to his all-white costume and superheroics in contrast to Lemire's MindScrew.
30th Dec '17 11:54:59 PM BeastC
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* RevisitingTheRoots: Max Bemis's run (part of ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'') quietly dispenses with Warren Ellis and Jeff Lemire's status quo shake ups to return the character to his traditional superhero adventures. This results in [[spoiler:Khonshu being revived without explanation]], the Mr. Knight persona seemingly forgotten in favor of the original identities of Spector, Grant, and Lockley, and the introduction of more fantastical elements such as a pyrokinetic nemesis for Moon Knight.

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* RevisitingTheRoots: Max Bemis's run (part of ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'') quietly dispenses with Warren Ellis and Jeff Lemire's status quo shake ups to return the character to his traditional superhero adventures. This results in [[spoiler:Khonshu being revived without explanation]], the Mr. Knight persona seemingly forgotten in favor of the original identities of Spector, Grant, and Lockley, and the introduction of more fantastical elements such as a pyrokinetic nemesis for Moon Knight. This is also exemplified by the decision to ditch Declan Shalvey's redesign for a return to the original all-white costume.
30th Dec '17 11:42:05 PM BeastC
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* RevisitingTheRoots: Max Bemis's run (part of ''ComicBook/MarvelLegacy'') quietly dispenses with Warren Ellis and Jeff Lemire's status quo shake ups to return the character to his traditional superhero adventures. This results in [[spoiler:Khonshu being revived without explanation]], the Mr. Knight persona seemingly forgotten in favor of the original identities of Spector, Grant, and Lockley, and the introduction of more fantastical elements such as a pyrokinetic nemesis for Moon Knight.
28th Dec '17 6:23:27 AM Asger
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** Issue 3 of Bemis run ends on the reveal that [[spoiler:Marc and Marlene have a young daughter.]]
8th Dec '17 1:25:14 PM Asger
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* EyeScream: Moon Knight's battle with The Truth. The latter winds up getting his eyes shanked by a pair of crescent darts.


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* InsanityImmunity: Marc's mind makes him a nightmare for psychics. Profile was reduced to a screaming wreck from looking Moon Knight in the eye, and the Truth was overwhelmed by trying to use his powers on the Jack Lockley persona.
28th Nov '17 5:02:53 PM killerzuera
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Later incarnations have had him lose his grip on reality and treat each of these personae [[SplitPersonality as different people]], among other identities crafted to suit his needs. Is commonly seen as a CaptainErsatz of Franchise/{{Batman}}, due to the "millionaire playboy" Steven Grant personality and cape-wearing overly-thematic nighttime vigilantism, although he has more in common with Radio/TheShadow (a character Batman himself was a CaptainErsatz of), even being described by Warren Ellis as "The Shadow by way of John Woo".

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Later incarnations have had him lose his grip on reality and treat each of these personae [[SplitPersonality as different people]], among other identities crafted to suit his needs. Is commonly seen as a CaptainErsatz of Franchise/{{Batman}}, due to the "millionaire playboy" Steven Grant personality and cape-wearing overly-thematic nighttime vigilantism, although he has more in common with Radio/TheShadow (a character Batman himself was a CaptainErsatz of), even being described by Warren Ellis as "The Shadow by way of John Woo".
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