Moon Knight #6 (2006)

Moon Knight #6 (2006)

$11.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Charlie Huston, pencils and cover by David Finch.
Conclusion to first story arc! Glories Such As These: It's never about speed or slick moves or razor-sharp reflexes. It's about what you can take. It's about how much pain you can absorb. How many times you can hit the mat, bloody and dazed, and still get up. That's where glory is forged. That's where one earns the grace of God. Or in this case, Khonshu, God of Vengeance. Marc Spector's taken their best shot. Taskmaster. The Profile. The entire Committee. Question is, are they ready for his?
BONUS REVIEW by DAL BUSH
Who doen't love a good epilogue, huh? If you like Moon Knight, it'd better be you, 'cause that's about all this month's issue is. Marc Spector wraps up his brutal beating (or rather, "Moon Knighting") of Taskmaster just in time for a new episode of Khonshu Explains It All, giving us the lowdown on all the stuff that happened without us realizing it. All that, plus a final page I didn't understand. A solid wrap-up, but not so great on its own. 7 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Charlie Huston, pencils and cover by David Finch.
Conclusion to first story arc! Glories Such As These: It's never about speed or slick moves or razor-sharp reflexes. It's about what you can take. It's about how much pain you can absorb. How many times you can hit the mat, bloody and dazed, and still get up. That's where glory is forged. That's where one earns the grace of God. Or in this case, Khonshu, God of Vengeance. Marc Spector's taken their best shot. Taskmaster. The Profile. The entire Committee. Question is, are they ready for his?
BONUS REVIEW by DAL BUSH
Who doen't love a good epilogue, huh? If you like Moon Knight, it'd better be you, 'cause that's about all this month's issue is. Marc Spector wraps up his brutal beating (or rather, "Moon Knighting") of Taskmaster just in time for a new episode of Khonshu Explains It All, giving us the lowdown on all the stuff that happened without us realizing it. All that, plus a final page I didn't understand. A solid wrap-up, but not so great on its own. 7 Grahams
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