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Moon Knight #3 (2006)

Moon Knight #3 (2006)

$3.50
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Charlie Huston, pencils and cover by David Finch.
"To The Bone." One night on windswept rooftop, Moon Knight squared off against his greatest nemesis -- Bushman -- and something truly dreadful happened. Something Spector can't put behind him, nor should. Something Khonshu won't let him. You see, someone's about to pick a fight with Marc Spector. The night is young and there's a bad moon rising. Brace yourself for the most brutal battle you've ever seen! Part 3 of 6.
Available:
June 28th 2006

BONUS REVIEW by RICK BERG
Are you really not reading this yet? Is it that you just don’t like good comics? Or is it the fact that this book does not have Civil War scrawled across it? Maybe if it came out every week? No, hmmm your loss. The bloody action really starts to rev up in this issue. Huston cleverly catches new readers up on Moon Knight’s history as he reveals who the Profiler is working for. Prepare for more face ripping action as an old friend returns with a surprising revelation that makes total sense now. Then you can giggle with glee as a certain white cowl returns. No not that one yet. It tasks me to have to continue to tell you to read this book.
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Charlie Huston, pencils and cover by David Finch.
"To The Bone." One night on windswept rooftop, Moon Knight squared off against his greatest nemesis -- Bushman -- and something truly dreadful happened. Something Spector can't put behind him, nor should. Something Khonshu won't let him. You see, someone's about to pick a fight with Marc Spector. The night is young and there's a bad moon rising. Brace yourself for the most brutal battle you've ever seen! Part 3 of 6.
Available:
June 28th 2006

BONUS REVIEW by RICK BERG
Are you really not reading this yet? Is it that you just don’t like good comics? Or is it the fact that this book does not have Civil War scrawled across it? Maybe if it came out every week? No, hmmm your loss. The bloody action really starts to rev up in this issue. Huston cleverly catches new readers up on Moon Knight’s history as he reveals who the Profiler is working for. Prepare for more face ripping action as an old friend returns with a surprising revelation that makes total sense now. Then you can giggle with glee as a certain white cowl returns. No not that one yet. It tasks me to have to continue to tell you to read this book.
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