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Moon Knight #24

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 6 critic ratings.

SWEET DREAMS, MOON KNIGHT!

A plague of dreams sweeps through a tenement building, the boundaries between the world of sleep and that of the waking grow porous and Moon Knight must deal with his old enemy Morpheus! But what secret does Morpheus hold…and how will that bring a terrifying new understanding to the seemingly unconnected incidents of the recent past?

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
23 pages
Language
English
Price
$3.99
Amazon ASIN
B0BZZWBDKP

67%
33%
6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 92

    Comic Watch

    As Moon Knight heads into an anniversary issue that promises to kick off the home stretch of the current run, MacKay and his collaborators ensure #24 is another excellent one-off that builds towards the endgame. The structure of Moon Knight running from dream to dream to track down Morpheus is another instance of MacKay creating boundaries for a story to maximize dramatic tension and character exploration. Sabbatini returns to the title to bring these dreams to light, approaching the idyllic nature of Morpheus’s fabrications with softer linework and less stylized action. That paired with Rosenberg’s consistently top-notch coloring ensures that the book feels in line with previous issues even as it telegraphs something is wrong during these sequences.

    Moon Knight remains one of the strongest titles that Marvel is putting out to shelves, and each element of the book reinforces that status. Even as the story’s finish line starts to come into focus, MacKay and co. ensure the issue never feels the downsides to that. Instead, Moon Knight #24 is a great reminder of what makes this title so special as it switches gears into its other mode of storytelling.

  • 87

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: MacKay delivers a thrilling, dark and intense story in this issue. The action is fantastic and the story serves as a great way for fans of the character as well as new readers to learn more about Marc, his alters and their lives. The story still manages to have a level of fun as well and I continue to be impressed with the direction Marc’s story is taking and the series as a whole.

    The Art: Sabbatini delivers some great art in the issue. The action is fantastic and I love the self-contained environment of the story as well as the intricate visuals of the dream sequences.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    Moon Knight #24 provides an entertaining and revealing glimpse into the wants, hopes, and dreams of everyone but Marc Spector, and yet we still learn something about the Fist of Khonshu by issue’s end. Writer Jed MacKay is able to flesh out Marc’s other personalties without derailing the momentum of the story, and in just one issue Morpheus makes quite the impressive as well, with an arc that feels earned despite of how compact it is. Artist Federico Sabbatini, colorist Rachelle Rosenberg, and letterer Cory Petit thrive with the ever-changing locales and scenarios, moving from the flush neon of a rollicking party to the blood soaked skies of a brutal battle to the death effortlessly, and that’s not even mentioning the Mighty Mail-Man scene that absolutely steals the show. The seeds are planted for even bigger stories to come in Moon Knight #24, and it’s yet another stellar entry in one of Marvel’s best.

  • 80

    Un Cómic Más

    Interesting installment that prepares everything for the overwhelming final chapter of this saga.

    Art is full of dynamic and fast-paced sequences, heavily influenced by manga art.

  • 70

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Moon Knight #24 sends Moon Knight down a rabbit hole of blissful dreams and nightmares to hunt for the dream-manipulating Morpheus. The surreal scenes intentionally create a disorienting feeling, and readers finally get the name of the mastermind behind Moon Knight’s recent trouble. That said, the issue is a little too confusing in the beginning due to the lack of setup, and the art gets lost in some of the darker panels.

  • 70

    First Comics News

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