Moon Knight #15

Writer: Mike Benson Artist: Mark Texeira Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 6, 2008 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 3
9.1Critic Rating
6.8User Rating

With Moon Knight leaving a trail of broken bodies in his wake, Tony Stark has one question on his mind: How the hell did this psycho get a Registration Card? But by the time Stark uncovers the truth, it might very well be too late.

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin Powers Feb 5, 2008

    Moon Knight is a fantastic book. This story-line features great writing, a truly great psychological story, excellent character development and the continued struggle between Marc Spector and his completely insane god, Khonshu. Mike Benson is doing a phenomenal job thus far and things look like they will only get better. With the Black Spectre's return and the inevitable confrontation with Iron Man, things are bound to get intense. If you haven't been reading Moon Knight, now is a good time to start. Read Full Review

  • 8.1
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Feb 6, 2008

    But, like I said, it's not all rosy in Moon Knight's neck of the woods. On one hand, I think the art has improved greatly in the last month. Mark Texeira's distinctive style shines through much more, and it lends the book a very nice visual tone. On the other, I'm growing more and more annoyed at the amount of times I mistake one character for another because they're drawn so similarly. I don't understand why this has been such a consistent problem for every artist that has worked on the series. And, as much as I'm enjoying the registration conflict, I don't get the impression that the writers will be able to do much more with it. Either Moon Knight will get thrown in jail, leading to a ripoff of Ed Brubaker's first Daredevil storyline, or Iron Man will stop by for yet another brawl. Here's hoping I'm proven wrong on both counts. Read Full Review

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