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Moon Knight: Black, White & Blood #4 (of 4)

64
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.

The final, hallucinatory issue of this hard-hitting series explores Moon Knight‘s psyche in haunting black, white and red!

Moon Knight’s greatest battle is with himself in a story by Christopher Cantwell and Alex Lins.

Nadia Shammas and Dante Bastianoni pit Khonshu‘s avatar against a rival god.

And Paul Azaceta gives us a cat’s-eye view of the life of Marvel’s nocturnal avenger!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
33 pages
Language
English
Price
$4.99
Amazon ASIN
B0B1GDCQGQ

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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 94

    Un Cómic Más

  • 90

    ComicBook.com

    Black, White & Blood concludes with three of the series’ best tales and provides Moon Knight fans with every sort of adventure they might crave. Christopher Cantwell delivers a typically ambitious story detailing an abundance of metaphors to touch upon mental illness and Alex Lins deftly details all of it within 10 pages—making splendid use of 16-panel grids—in “Good Morning.” Providing an excellent contrast is “The Scent of Blood,” which pits Moon Knight against yet another cult in a bloody frenzy packed with visceral thrills in clean inks. The final story, “Born to Be,” comes from Paul Azaceta and showcases an artist with a refined eye for horror as it draws readers through a detailed series of nightmares concluding in a pair of truly awesome pages. The use of contrast and color in Azaceta’s work is stunning to behold at times and with so much narrative seamlessly woven into 10 pages, it’s tempting to consider what he might accomplish given more space. Altogether, Moon Knight: Black, White & Blood concludes the miniseries in great fashion – showcasing some of the best creators rising up the ranks at Marvel Comics.

  • 90

    But Why Tho?

    Moon Knight: Black, White & Blood #4takes a look at the mental conflicts the lunar vigilante faces, as well as the physical ones. This anthology has been a great look into why Moon Knight is such a great character, and if you’re looking for comics to read after watching the show, this is definitely a great place to start.

  • 80

    Impulse Gamer

    You dont really need to have seen the streaming series or know anything about this character to enjoy this one so I would recommend it for a more general audience.

  • 70

    The Newest Rant

  • 60

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Moon Knight: Black, White & Blood #4 ends the anthology series with possibly the weakest entry so far. Only Azaceta’s short gives readers a clear picture of what Moon Knight is all about. The rest either get lost in metaphors or try to do too much with not enough space.

  • 60

    Razorfine

    We also get two more tales, which like the first are fine but none are a real standout. After taking on a cult, Marc Spector finds his mind invaded by the god Shesmu “The Scent of Blood” who has plans for the hero. And in “Born to Be” Marc is haunted and attacked by cats which lead back to a Bastet cult.

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