Moon Knight #14 (2006)

Moon Knight #14 (2006)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by mike benson (with charlie huston) Art by mark texeira & javier saltares Cover by arthur suydam

“god and country,” part 1 of 6 Award-winning tv writer mike benson (entourage) takes over the reins, with co-plotter charlie huston! Moon knight is back in the game—leaving a trail of broken bodies in his wake—and everyone wants to know the same thing: who the hell gave this psycho a registration card? But no one wants to know more than the architect of the initiative, tony stark. As the body count grows, the pressure to bring in the poster child for super-powered irresponsibility might grow too much for stark to ignore. And when that happens…?

"Wow, after this issue I’m convinced: crazy superhero equals awesome superhero! Moon Knight continues to veer wildly into, as guest-star Tony Stark might put it, ‘bat**** ****ing insanity’, leading to the sort of gut-churning inevitability of self-destruction that the Wolverine never could really muster. It’s a superhero comic that hates superheroes, and it’s all the better for it."

THIS BOOK GETS 8 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10

VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by mike benson (with charlie huston) Art by mark texeira & javier saltares Cover by arthur suydam

“god and country,” part 1 of 6 Award-winning tv writer mike benson (entourage) takes over the reins, with co-plotter charlie huston! Moon knight is back in the game—leaving a trail of broken bodies in his wake—and everyone wants to know the same thing: who the hell gave this psycho a registration card? But no one wants to know more than the architect of the initiative, tony stark. As the body count grows, the pressure to bring in the poster child for super-powered irresponsibility might grow too much for stark to ignore. And when that happens…?

"Wow, after this issue I’m convinced: crazy superhero equals awesome superhero! Moon Knight continues to veer wildly into, as guest-star Tony Stark might put it, ‘bat**** ****ing insanity’, leading to the sort of gut-churning inevitability of self-destruction that the Wolverine never could really muster. It’s a superhero comic that hates superheroes, and it’s all the better for it."

THIS BOOK GETS 8 GRAHAMS OUT OF 10

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