Series: Moon Knight [2014]

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Moon Knight Volume 1: From the Dead by Warren Ellis1-6
Moon Knight Volume 2: Dead Will Rise by Brian Wood7-12
Moon Knight Vol. 3: In the Night by Cullen Bunn13-17

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  2. Thor: God of Thunder, Vol. 1: The God Butcher by Jason Aaron (2013)
  3. All-New X-Men, Vol. 3: Out of Their Depth by Brian Michael Bendis (2013)
  4. Moon Knight, Vol. 2: Midnight Sun by Charlie Huston (2007)
  5. Loki: Agent of Asgard Volume 1: Trust Me by Al Ewing (2014)
  6. Black Widow, Vol. 2: The Tightly Tangled Web by Nathan Edmondson (2015)
  7. Uncanny X-Men, Volume 1: Revolution by Brian Michael Bendis (2013)
  8. Uncanny Avengers Vol. 3: Ragnarok Now by Rick Remender (2014)
  9. Iron Fist: The Living Weapon Volume 1: Rage by Kaare Andrews (2014)
  10. Ant-Man Vol. 1: Second-Chance Man by Nick Spencer (2015)
  11. Mighty Avengers Volume 1: No Single Hero by Al Ewing (2014)
  12. X-Men, Vol. 1: Primer by Brian Wood (2013)
  13. All-New X-Factor Volume 1: Not Brand X by Peter David (2014)
  14. Infinity by Jonathan Hickman (2014)
  15. The Superior Foes of Spider-Man Volume 2: The Crime of the Century by Nick Spencer (2014)

Series description

Marc Spector is Moon Knight!...Or is he? It's hard to tell these days, especially when New York's wildest vigilante protects the street with two-fisted justice and three-that's right, count 'em--different personalities! But even with the mystical force of Khonshu fueling his crusade, how does the night's greatest detective save a city that's as twisted as he is?

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