Page 45 Review by Stephen
I dont understand
Whats to understand? It doesnt matter who you say you are
You ruin everything you touch. Everything and everybody.
Uh-oh. Now Captain Crazyhead really loses the plot, and someone pays the price. Never saw that coming.
Commander Hill, we have an incoming communiqué.
Dont we get a lot of those?
This is from someone saying theyre Moon Knight. Theyre using one of Captain Americas secure lines.
Its coming from the Los Angeles area. Hes using old codes. From a discharge agent by the name of Buck Lime.
Okay, well, put him through. (This should be annoying.) Mister Moon Knight. How can I help you?
Which one are you?
I was just about to ask the same question.
From the creative team behind SCARLET (ooh, look, interior art!), ALIAS (nothing to do with the TV series but possibly the best thing ever from Marvel), SPIDER-WOMAN (lurid!), and definitely the best-ever run on DAREDEVIL
a 7,205th attempt at Moon Knight to coincide with the number of personalities battling away in his nocturnal noggin. You can add three more here, and they'll be readily familiar to you.
In MOON KNIGHT VOL 1, finally after half a century of modern Marvel continuity, some of the supervillains have figured out that if 963 superheroes have chosen to live in Manhattan and only one in Los Angeles, they'd be 963 times less likely to get busted if they relocated to L.A... Marc Spector also happens to be in L.A., overseeing the launch of his Legend Of Khonshu TV show, so the Avengers call on him to scare the bejeezus out of the criminal community there... IN HIS MIND!
Lo and behold, a new Kingpin has indeed set himself up: Count Nefaria, a man with a power level way off the scale, bent on reclaiming the gleaming head of the genocidal robot Ultron snatched from under his nose by Moon Knight. Obviously hes way out of his depth this is going to take a whole team full of Avengers. It's a bit of a shame, then, that THEY'RE ALL IN HIS MIND!!!
This is the second and final volume with gorgeous, twilight art, the closest yet to Bill Sienkiewiczs (see ESSENTIAL MOON KNIGHT VOL 2 with bits on either side). Theres a cover I initially thought was indeed by Billy The Sink! Some truly brutal bust-ups leading to an explosive finale with some serious firepower and Im really not kidding about the awful consequences. On the other hand, it was also deliriously funny.
Im sorry I was a bad boss.
Are you kidding me? You were never around, barely cared and I got to come and go as I pleased. You were the best boss I ever had.
To be continued in THE AGE OF ULTRON, a great big AVENGERS event by Bendis and Bryan Hitch. So you will want these two books very badly indeed.