Moon Knight #10

Writer: Brian Wood Artist: Greg Smallwood Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: December 17, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 7 User Reviews: 29
7.6Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

Moon Knight’s latest mission- BREAK INTO THE UNITED NATIONS BUILDING! Can he possibly deal with the consequences of these actions?

  • 8.6
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Dec 17, 2014

    Moon Knight may be writer Brian Wood's strongest Marvel work to date, so it's a shame that he'll be leaving after issue #12. This chapter is another winner, as Wood and artist Greg Smallwood explore the fallout of Khonshu bestowing his gift on another. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics: The Gathering - King Dec 30, 2014

    Anyways, this issue is interesting in terms of further redefining the status of “just how screwed Marc Spector is today,” as well as steadily progressing things towards what could be an even more dynamic arc conclusion than issue #6. My only complaints are that while Smallwood’s art was on point as per usual, the paneling and pacing was a lot more conventional and static than has been seen in past issues. This is such a minor detail though, and does nothing to detract from yet another fantastic entry into the Moon Knight saga. Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Chase Magnett Dec 18, 2014

    The ongoing nature of this second arc in Moon Knight suggests that perhaps this confusion is part of a larger moral bluff, something that will pay off in the long term. Read as an individual issue though, it is perplexing. That does not detract from the beautiful presentation of the story, the excellent action (both psychological and physical), and twist on the Moon Knight persona, but it does prevent Moon Knight #10 from becoming something truly special. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Booked - David Hinspeter Dec 20, 2014

    We knew, after Kendrick stole Khonshu, that she would start her knew role as an avatar of vengeance by ending her vendetta with General Lor. As a fan who pays attention to detail, I did notice a few things that are going to cost her the newfound powers. Her current attempt at retribution lacked two major parts of what Moon Knight and Khonshu are; it happened during the day and it wasnt Khonshus avatar that was making the kill. We know from previous issues and series that Khonshu wants the blood on his hands. I also get the feeling that the god can deal with defiance and disobedience such as Marc has shown in the past much better than he can deal with incompetence and cowardice, both of which Kendrick has shown by using someone else to make the kill, and failing. I cant wait to see how Marc gets his mojo back. This series cant come out fast enough. Read Full Review

  • 7.3
    The Latest Pull - Chris Green Dec 18, 2014

    While this issue may have felt a tad unnecessary as a whole, I won't say it was unenjoyable to read. Looking at this issue by itself, it had a decent story, strong writing, and excellent art. And with its conclusion, I'm very excited to see where the story will progress from here. “Moon Knight” is still one of the most exciting new comics of the year, and with the current arc wrapping up in two issues, I only see big things in store for Spector from here on out. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Infinite Comix - Thomas Crawford Dec 22, 2014

    Moon Knight is a very well-drawn, well-colored, even well-lettered book. Watching Marc Spector continue to practice his "your fist to my face" style of superheroics is always great, but this current storyline creates a moral ambiguity that asks the reader who they should really be rooting for. And any superhero comic that forces you to examine your own values goes above and beyond the standards for books about men in tights. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comicosity - J.A. Micheline Dec 17, 2014

    Moon Knight #6 doesnt do anything that you dont expect, which is especially disappointing after the great twist we saw at the end of issue #5. The real story only picks up in the last three or four pages and its a shame that were going to have to wait yet another month to see how it all pans out. Im holding out hope for a satisfying ending to the Wood/Smallwood team, but this particular issue felt like filler more than anything else. Read Full Review

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