Moon Knight #7 (2014)

Moon Knight #7 (2014)

$3.99
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Warren Ellis
Art by Declan Shalvey
Cover by Jordie Bellaire
Variant Cover by Declan Shalvey
Season 2 of MOON KNIGHT begins with a new creative team and a black-out! When the entire city is thrust into darkness by a threat, Moon Knight's must use all of his weapons (and personalities) to defeat a new foe! Brian Wood (X-MEN, DMZ) takes the writing reins picking up from where Ellis left off pushing questions from MOON KNIGHT #1 back to the fore and amplifies them 100-fold!
Date Available: 9/03/2014
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


If you love Warren Ellis, you're probably thinking of dropping Moon Knight. Good news! You don't have to. Brian Wood steps in capably and carries on with all the strengths and weaknesses present in Ellis' run. You'll get a strong set up, excellent artwork on the minimalist side, and an ending that if it had any context would probably be either cool or emotionally affecting. It's quite possible you'll understand what should be the payoff for the issue, but I didn't. It didn't stop me from enjoying it though. If Wood and Smallwood can get two great issues out of every six, I'll stick around. Mr. Night would appreciate you considering the same offer.

I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Warren Ellis
Art by Declan Shalvey
Cover by Jordie Bellaire
Variant Cover by Declan Shalvey
Season 2 of MOON KNIGHT begins with a new creative team and a black-out! When the entire city is thrust into darkness by a threat, Moon Knight's must use all of his weapons (and personalities) to defeat a new foe! Brian Wood (X-MEN, DMZ) takes the writing reins picking up from where Ellis left off pushing questions from MOON KNIGHT #1 back to the fore and amplifies them 100-fold!
Date Available: 9/03/2014
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


If you love Warren Ellis, you're probably thinking of dropping Moon Knight. Good news! You don't have to. Brian Wood steps in capably and carries on with all the strengths and weaknesses present in Ellis' run. You'll get a strong set up, excellent artwork on the minimalist side, and an ending that if it had any context would probably be either cool or emotionally affecting. It's quite possible you'll understand what should be the payoff for the issue, but I didn't. It didn't stop me from enjoying it though. If Wood and Smallwood can get two great issues out of every six, I'll stick around. Mr. Night would appreciate you considering the same offer.

I give it 6 out of 10 Grahams


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