Moon Knight #188 (2017)

Moon Knight #188 (2017)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Max Bemis
(A/CA) Jacen Burrows
CRAZY RUNS IN THE FAMILY Part 1 A new day is dawning and with it comes an enemy unlike any that Marc Spector, Moon Knight, has ever faced. Moon Knight has always been a protector from the shadows, but this new enemy is looking to extinguish that shadow with blinding light and fire. Get ready for the introduction of Moon Knight's greatest nemesis! PLUS: Includes 3 bonus MARVEL PRIMER PAGES! Parental Advisory
Date Available: 11/08/2017
BONUS REVIEW by shawn


Kinda looks like Max Bemis remembered that Moon Knight started in what was, for the time, considered a horror title. Let's face it, Moon Knight runs have been a whole bunch of things, but not this...disturbing, and Moon Knight is barely in this issue. Jacen Burrows turns in his best artwork since, well, Providence. This was easily as interesting as the debut issue of the Jeff Lemire run, with 100% less loopy sci-fi film stuff. No lasers here, just an impending feeling of unease. Speaking as a longtime fan of the character, it looks very promising, or at the least a worthwhile follow up to the previous series. Highly recommended for those accustomed to thinking that this could be the one, and people who buy annual passes to planetariums and natural history museums.

I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Max Bemis
(A/CA) Jacen Burrows
CRAZY RUNS IN THE FAMILY Part 1 A new day is dawning and with it comes an enemy unlike any that Marc Spector, Moon Knight, has ever faced. Moon Knight has always been a protector from the shadows, but this new enemy is looking to extinguish that shadow with blinding light and fire. Get ready for the introduction of Moon Knight's greatest nemesis! PLUS: Includes 3 bonus MARVEL PRIMER PAGES! Parental Advisory
Date Available: 11/08/2017
BONUS REVIEW by shawn


Kinda looks like Max Bemis remembered that Moon Knight started in what was, for the time, considered a horror title. Let's face it, Moon Knight runs have been a whole bunch of things, but not this...disturbing, and Moon Knight is barely in this issue. Jacen Burrows turns in his best artwork since, well, Providence. This was easily as interesting as the debut issue of the Jeff Lemire run, with 100% less loopy sci-fi film stuff. No lasers here, just an impending feeling of unease. Speaking as a longtime fan of the character, it looks very promising, or at the least a worthwhile follow up to the previous series. Highly recommended for those accustomed to thinking that this could be the one, and people who buy annual passes to planetariums and natural history museums.

I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams


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