Moon Knight Has Fallen Into The Abyss Of His Multiple Personalities! What Force On Earth Can Bring Him Back From The Brink? Enter: The Avengers! The Legendary Team Of Bendis And Maleev Bring You This Pinnacle Moment In The Life Of Marc Spector!
Last issue I was both angry and happy at what Bendis did to Moon Knight and his associates. This issue didn't pack quite the punch as the last. There is still plenty of great action involving Moon Knight and really makes you sad that we won't be seeing more of this in a couple months. Maleev's art captures the feel of the story but there were a couple moments I felt it fell a little. It's hard to say what's going to happen in the next issue. There's a lot riding on it and I have some pretty high expectations. Based on what Bendis and Maleev have been doing, there shoudn't be any doubt that they will end the series with an explosive finish. Read Full Review
The biggest problem with this issue, and it's a problem that has plagued this whole series, is that it feels like it was written for the impending collection. Moon Knight #11 doesn't feel like an issue that can really be enjoyed unless you've read the previous ten. This is clearly not a great jumping on point for new readers and it's not meant to be. Those readers that have been following this new series will get plenty out of this issue, but if you're new to the character or to this particular take on him, then it'll leave you wondering why Wolverine keeps popping up and how Moon Knight came to be armed with Captain America's shield. Read Full Review