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Moon Knight #15

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Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.

Moon Knight needs information and must rely on his old allies to get it for him.

Secrets are ferreted out from the steamiest gutters to the highest seats of power, while Moon Knight must reveal a hidden truth to those closest to him.

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
23 pages
Language
English
Price
$3.99
Amazon ASIN
B0B3SCPMNL

Author
Variant Cover Artist
Letterer

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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

  • 92

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: A fun, entertaining and engaging issue from start to finish. I enjoyed the humor and the tension in the issue as well as how the characters of Steven and Jake are incorporated into it. It was great to see Marc finally realize that something was missing and how those missing pieces were putting his mission at risk. I can’t wait to see how the characters are utilized going forward and what that means for Moon Knight and his mission. The Art: Caappuccio delivers some beautifully dark and stylish art throughout the issue. The visual tone of the art perfectly captures the different worlds of these characters and how they live within them.
  • 90

    ComicBook.com

    Jed MacKay, Allesandro Cappuccio, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Cory Petit have delivered one of Marvel's best Moon Knight runs to date thus far, and yet much of that run has been without the involvement of Moon Knight's other two personalities. Now Jake and Steven are back in the mix, and the book's become that much better as a result, finding new complexities between their personalities and approaches to explore while also contrasting their usual flow to the new people in Marc's life. Steven was never one of my favorites, and yet his scenes consistently steal the show. Meanwhile, Cappuccio and Rosenberg tell a story in each and every panel and craft vivid landscapes for Marc, Steven, and Jake to explore. Swaths of dazzling oranges, purples, greens, and pinks can't help but command your attention, and then they all combine when you least expect it. Frankly, this issue is worth it just for that Reese and Marc scene alone, and as a whole, Moon Knight #15 is one not to be missed.
  • 90

    Comic Watch

    Moon Knight #15 is a strong entry into the Moon Knight canon, balancing old and new to deliver an entertaining installment in an arc that couldve otherwise felt scattered. Mackays script deftly handles Marcs Dissociative Identity Disorder and its place in the vigilantes characterization. Paired with Cappuccios strong linework and Rosenbergs inspired palettes, the team manages to streamline a story with multiple moving parts, while maintaining various aesthetics and vibes that the series has employed since its first issue.
  • 80

    Razorfine

    The information provided by the team gives us some of the basics on Grand Mal and Nemean who Moon Knight has had run-ins recently. Following up on recent events, but playing into larger themes, Moon Knight #15 is a strong standalone issue that isn't a must-read but is sure an entertaining one.
  • 80

    First Comics News

  • 60

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Moon Knight #5 gives readers plenty of world- and character-building, but does so at the expense of any action or plot progression. Almost nothing of consequence happens in this issue other than readers learn why Marc Spector developing a cooperative relationship with his other personalities is valuable. If you're looking for fun and excitement, you'll have to wait a bit longer.

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