Vengeance of the Moon Knight #8

Vengeance of the Moon Knight #8

Writer: Gregg Hurwitz Artist: Josh Medors Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: May 5, 2010 Critic Reviews: 2
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“KILLED, NOT DEAD,” Part 2 It’s crazy versus crazier when Moon Knight squares off against Deadpool! Herman Goncharenko lies at death’s door, wasting away of cancer, but someone wants him killed, not dead. Someone desperate enough to hire the Merc with the Mouth to do the dirty deed. Gonchrenko’s only hope: the reformed Moon Knight. But is he in Deadpool’s weight class? Heck, is anyone? Parental Advisory...3.99

  • 5.2
    IGN - Kevin Fuller May 5, 2010

    One of the things I used to like about titles like Moon Knight was how insular they were. While set in the Marvel Universe, they had a nice corner to play around in themselves. Unfortunately, Marvel seems to be forcing Moon Knight to play with the neighborhood kids now, which can occasionally lead to arcs like this. It shouldn't detract completely from the promising start this series has had. Just be aware that Spider-Man plays a prominent role on next issue's cover. You've been warned. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Comics Bulletin - Travis Walecka May 9, 2010

    Vengeance of the Moon Knight #8 doesnt lack for humor, thankfully, much to the chagrin of Jake Lockley where a heckling Khonshu is concerned. Last month I complained about the absence of the demonic Egyptian shoulder parrot. In Deadpool's ever reflecting house of horrors, Khonshu once again strikes to the thick of Jake's mental imbalance, torturing Lockley in both mirrored reflection and nightly dream. And if that was Hurtwitz' goal for the two-parter coming in, I suppose the writer accomplishes one thing: That some hindrances, no matter how minute in stature, just seem to never go away. Read Full Review

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