Moon Knight #14

Writer: Mike Benson Artist: Mark Texeira Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: January 2, 2008 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 3
8.5Critic Rating
6.2User Rating

Moon Knight is back in the game -- leaving a trail of broken bodies in his wake -- and everyone wants to know the same thing: Who the hell gave this psycho a Registration Card? But no one wants to know more than the architect of the Initiative, Tony Stark.

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin Powers Jan 3, 2008

    I absolutely love Moon Knight and I am baffled I never discovered the character before; I also regret initially passing on this series. Thankfully, I have managed to collect all the issues and fully catch-up. This series is unique because of the questionable mental state of the main character and the method by which he operates. This is an excellent series that should not be overlooked, and this issue continues the trend and momentum set by Charlie Huston. Mike Benson and Mark Texeira are most definitely the right choices to continue this series, and I cant wait to see this character evolve further as I continue to collect and read past stories featuring Moon Knight. This issue also serves as a great jumping on point that will no doubt generate enough interest for non-readers to find the back issues and become regular readers. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Bryant Frattalone Jan 8, 2008

    Its still a wild ride for Moon Knight with some new creative forces bringing some refreshing focus textually and visually to the proceedings. Read Full Review

  • 7.4
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Jan 2, 2008

    This problem could be alleviated somewhat if the writers would simply ditch some of the side characters for better ones. Why are "Stereotypical Ex-girlfriend," "Conflicted Former Partner," and "Creepy Guy in Sunglasses" even a part of the book anymore? None seem to add anything of substance to Spector's adventures. Maybe Moonie should head downtown and steal some of Spider-Man's Brand New Day friends. He appears to have plenty to spare. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Avanvolk Oct 12, 2023

    The writing here is a significant step down from Charlie Huston's, and the art isn't great either. Hoping both improve, but not a very promising start to Benson's run. Also, I couldn't care less about Frenchie and his boyfriend at this point. I really hope there's a point to continuing to keep them around, cause so far it just seems like their only purpose is to be the token gay characters who are just kinda there but add nothing of substance to the story.

  • 7.0
    iPodwithnomusic Apr 2, 2018

  • 6.5
    Hex Apr 18, 2022

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