Misty Knight

Misty Knight is a fictional character in Marvel Comics' Marvel Universe. She was first mentioned (by name) in Marvel Premiere #20 (January 1975) and appeared in the next issue. She normally appears with Colleen Wing.

Read more about Misty Knight:  Publication History, Fictional Character Biography, Powers and Abilities

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El Aguila - Fictional Character Biography
... brutal police, and other wrongdoers, Águila encountered Iron Fist, Power Man, and Misty Knight ... Alongside Colleen Wing and Misty Knight, he battled mercenaries working for Ward Meachum and fought Fera ... Bob Diamond, and Rafael Scarfe in an attempt to rescue Misty Knight and D.W ...
Misty Knight - In Other Media - Fans
... Knight is one of singer Janet Jackson's favorite superheroes. ...
Paladin (comics) - Fictional Character Biography
... He briefly dated the Wasp at a time when she was separated from Hank Pym, much to the Black Knight's jealousy, who was also attracted to her ... His main opponent was Misty Knight, who seemed to be an equal match ... Paladin was a main character in the 2006 Heroes for Hire series, although as Misty Knight said he was just there for the money ...
Fictional Character Biography - Junzo Muto - The Iron Fist
... As part of his plan to conquer K'un-L'un, The Hand captured Misty Knight, Iron Fist's then-girlfriend ... Misty Knight managed to best two of her ninja captors, only to enrage the young Junzo who ripped out her right arm ... Showing a cruel streak not shown before he reminded Misty that he didn’t need her alive in order for his plan to work ...
Colleen Wing - Fictional Character Biography
... Luckily, she was rescued by officer Misty Knight, who eventually became her best friend ... Later, Knight's right arm was severely injured by a bomb explosion and was amputated ... Colleen encouraged Knight to rise above her depression and return to an active role in life ...

Famous quotes containing the words knight and/or misty:

    By a knight of ghosts and shadows
    I summon’d am to a tourney
    Ten leagues beyond the wide world’s end:
    Methinks it is no journey.
    —Unknown. Tom o’ Bedlam’s Song (l. 57–60)

    His more memorable passages are as naturally bright as gleams of sunshine in misty weather. Nature furnishes him not only with words, but with stereotyped lines and sentences from her mint.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)