Moon Knight #6

Writer: Charlie Huston Artist: David Finch Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 15, 2006 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 6
7.6Critic Rating
8.2User Rating

THE BOTTOM PART 6 Marc Spector's taken their best shot. Taskmaster. The Profile. The entire Committee. Question is, are they ready for his?

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Steven G. Saunders Nov 16, 2006

    All in all, this is a must have title for those of you into dark superheroes. Moon Knight doesnt even try to aim for kids anymore, and I feel this is a good thing, as hes never really been a kiddie-hero anyway. If you are looking for something that is going to make you think and root for a guy who is kinda screwed up in the head whilst in service to a vengeance obsessed god, then this is most certainly your cup of black tea. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Nov 17, 2006

    Moon Knight #6 is another great read. Huston and Finch are in impressive team and then are cranking out a comic book that is consistently an incredible read each month. I hope that Huston decides to stick around on Moon Knight for longer than 12 issues. Marvel has hit a home run with Moon Knight. I definitely recommend this title. If you don't mind the dark mood and the bloody violence, then you certainly won't be disappointed. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Dave Wallace Nov 23, 2006

    I haven't ever been a fan of Moon Knight before, and hadn't read a single issue of his own book before Huston took up the reins, but I'm very glad I gave this series a try. It'll be interesting to see how the writer holds our interest in the character now that his opening arc has played out and a certain status quo has been achieved, and the small tease at the end of this issue doesn't really give anything away about the next story he's got lined up, but getting Moon Knight back on his feet - both as a character and as a successful and commercially viable property for Marvel - is no mean feat. I don't know what kind of sales figures the book has been getting, but it deserves to do very well in the inevitable collected edition, as the story is the kind that will read even better as an entire completed arc. As Khonshu opines in this very issue, Moon Knight is a character who "dropped from the B-list to the D-list," but Huston and Finch have conspired to rejeuvenate the character with Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin T. Brown Nov 21, 2006

    If I could just rate this book on the art alone, I'd give it easily. However, the lack of story pulls the entire issue down. No, check that. Not the lack of story, just more of the same. Issue one is issue two is issue three is so on and so forth. Until I get something more out of this title, I may start looking for something different to read. For now though, it's a one trick pony. Read Full Review

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