Moon Knight

Moon Knight is a fictional character, a superhero who appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character exists in the Marvel Universe and was created by Doug Moench and Don Perlin. He first appeared in Werewolf by Night #32 (August 1975).

Read more about Moon Knight:  Publication History, Character Analysis, Powers and Abilities, Enemies, Reception

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Moon Knight - Bibliography - Collected Editions
... Essential Moon Knight Vol ... Marvel Two-In-One #52 Hulk Magazine #11-15, 17-18, 20-21 Marvel Preview #21 Moon Knight vol ... softcover, Marvel Comics, February 2006, ISBN 0-7851-2092-0) Essential Moon Knight Vol ...
Taskmaster - Fictional Character Biography
... contracted by the Committee to kill Marc Spector, Moon Knight ... Taskmaster was misled with information that Moon Knight was broken, desiring death and friendless ... Moon Knight then carved off part of Taskmaster's facemask, though left him alive ...
Arthur Suydam - Cover Work - Marvel Comics Homage Covers - Other Marvel Covers
34 Ghost Rider #35 Incredible Hercules #121 Incredible Hercules #122 'Zombie' Variant Moon Knight #14 Moon Knight #15 Moon Knight #16 Moon Knight #17 Moon Knight #18 Moon Knight #19 Moon Knight #21 ...
Marc Spector - In Other Media - Video Games
... Moon Knight is one of the default playable characters on the next-gen consoles (Wii, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3) versions of Marvel Ultimate Alliance, voiced by Nolan ... Moon Knight appears in Spider-Man Web of Shadows, voiced by Robin Atkin Downes ... After the defeat of Symbiote-Vulture, Moon Knight flies Spider-Man to the S.H.I.E.L.D ...
List Of Marvel Comics Characters: K - Khonshu
... Khonshu first appeared in Moon Knight #1 (November 1980) ... He is the patron of the superhero Moon Knight ... While Khonshu possessed Moon Knight during the hero's time with the West Coast Avengers, Khonshu was often shown as a largely benevolent god who wanted to assist the team ...

Famous quotes containing the words knight and/or moon:

    Nae living man I’ll love again,
    Since that my lovely knight is slain.
    Wi ae lock of his yellow hair
    I’ll chain my heart for evermair.
    —Unknown. The Lament of the Border Widow (l. 25–28)

    It becomes the moralist, too, to inquire what man might do to improve and beautify the system; what to make the stars shine more brightly, the sun more cheery and joyous, the moon more placid and content.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)