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Moon Knight #17

75
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 8 critic ratings.

The Structure is poised to make their claim on New York City, but before Moon Knight and his allies can strike at them, the super-assassins Grand Mal and the Nemean must be dealt with. But how will Moon Knight handle two killers who beat him once already? And what shocking revelations will Marc Spector learn about the Fists of Khonshu?

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
23 pages
Language
English
Price
$3.99
Amazon ASIN
B0B9QN4S4H

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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Comic Watch

    Moon Knight #17 continues the excellence of its entire creative team, allowing Cappuccios pencils and Rosenbergs colors to shine. The art and coloring play with the expectations and established visual style of the book to present terrifying applications of the two crafts while establishing the versatility of established continuity. MacKays script echoes previous issues and cultivates seeded elements to build tension and craft an excellent sequence of evocative terror. It also subtly affirms some bits of the Moon Knight/Khonshu lore through tight, lean storytelling, making for an enthralling read on levels.
  • 90

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: MacKay delivers an intense and action packed story that showcases just how dark and dangerous Moon Knight is as a character. I love the intensity of the story and how the character elevates that intensity in both his actions and mannerisms. It’s a darkly fun story that makes me excited for what happens next. The Art: Cappuccio delivers some beautifully detailed, stylish and intense art throughout the issue. The action is brilliantly done and there are some truly disturbing visuals in the mission that made me excited.
  • 90

    ComicBook.com

    It deserves recognition that Alessandro Cappuccio and Rachelle Rosenberg were absolutely born to work on a Moon Knight series, and Moon Knight #17 is a shining example of why. Cappuccio and Rosenberg have been exceptional throughout the series, but somehow they find another bar to clear here, delivering a sense of almost menacing sleekness that just isn't prevalent anywhere else. A series of drop-the-mic moments later and suddenly we're in the midst of a hunter playing with his food in the most surreal and yet unconditionally Moon Knight way. Speaking of which, if Marvel doesn't put out a "This is where I teach you why people are afraid of me" Moon Knight shirt then there just isn't justice in the world of merch. This all moves us towards the building war for territory with the Vampire collective in a major way as well, so if you were concerned about Moon Knight losing steam, you don't have a thing to worry about.
  • 90

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Moon Knight #17 is a quick but impactful entry in the series as Moon Knight gets revenge for his dead "brother and takes the fight to the vampires. This depiction of Moon Knight is brutal, unrelenting, and unforgiving in all the right ways.
  • 80

    Un Cómic Más

  • 80

    Razorfine

    Along with suggesting that Fists of Khosnhu can't die, a statement we know to be a lie, Moon Knight #17 mostly reminds us about the darker side of Moon Knight, and the power at his disposal, when he's got a point or statement to make. The return of Hunter's Moon, rather than an appearance by Khonshu is a bit surprising, but the real surprise is that Moon Knight allows the two killers to live.
  • 80

    Razorfine

    Along with suggesting that Fists of Khosnhu can’t die, a statement we know to be a lie, Moon Knight #17 mostly reminds us about the darker side of Moon Knight, and the power at his disposal, when he’s got a point or statement to make. The return of Hunter’s Moon, rather than an appearance by Khonshu is a bit surprising, but the real surprise is that Moon Knight allows the two killers to live.
  • 80

    First Comics News

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