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Essential Moon Knight, Vol. 1 (Marvel Essentials) (edition 2006)

by Doug Moench, Frank Miller (Illustrator), Mike Zeck (Illustrator), Gene Colan (Illustrator), Pablo Marcos (Illustrator)5 more, Jim Craig (Illustrator), Bill Mantlo, Steven Grant, Don Perlin (Illustrator), Jim Mooney (Illustrator)

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Title:Essential Moon Knight, Vol. 1 (Marvel Essentials)
Authors:Doug Moench
Other authors:Frank Miller (Illustrator), Mike Zeck (Illustrator), Gene Colan (Illustrator), Pablo Marcos (Illustrator), Jim Craig (Illustrator)4 more, Bill Mantlo, Steven Grant, Don Perlin (Illustrator), Jim Mooney (Illustrator)
Info:Marvel Comics (2006), Paperback, 560 pages
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I think I first encountered Moon Knight when he was with the West Coast Avengers. This was after his run as a solo character, first as a villain (or a tool of the villainous Committee in Werewolf By Night), then as a character who slowly built up enough of a following to rate his own book. Something about him spoke to me. At first he seemed like a Batman rip-off, but it soon became obvious that Marc Spector was his own man with his own motivations. The similarities between the Moon Knight and the Dark Knight were primarily cosmetic.

This Essentials volume collects the first adventures of the Moon Knight, we see him hired by the Committee to hunt down Jack Russell, his continued story as he takes down the next crime lord to cause him trouble, and his team-up with the Thing before he gets his own Marvel Preview story (high-quality, longer format, magazine-style book that was used as a testing ground for new characters, unique stories, and secondary characters that were being considered for bigger things). It rounds up with the first 10 issues of the first Moon Knight monthly series.

The Essentials collections are a great way to read some of the older issues of great Marvel comics. I highly recommend this one for fans of vigilante heroes, crime stories, or just really good storytelling in comics. ( )
  regularguy5mb | Nov 20, 2012 |
This is one Essential that is really good. For those not familiar with Moon Knight, a really good buy, as well as for the nostalgic. It introduces the character in his werewolf hunt, shows how he gets his fluctuating attributes, then becomes something much better with the new team.

A publication that is well suited to the format, definitely consider this.

http://graphicsf.blogspot.com/2007/02/essential-moon-knight.html ( )
  bluetyson | Feb 4, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0785120920, Paperback)

Debuting as both enemy and ally of the Werewolf by Night, Moon Knight's three personalities equaled one eerie adventure after another by Moench, Miller and more! Earning enemies like the brutal Bushman and the macabre Morpheus early in his career, Moon Knight also teamed up with Spider-Man, the Thing, and others against well-known and forgotten villains alike! Spun by Cyclone! Caught by Crossfire! Plus: an early fight with the Purple Man alongside Luke Cage! Featuring Topaz from Witches and the original White Tiger! Includes black-and-white stories not reprinted in more than two decades! Collects Werewolf By Night #32-33; Marvel Spotlight #28-29; Spectacular Spider-Man #22-23; Marvel Two-In-One #52; Hulk Magazine #11-15, 17-18, 20-21; Marvel Preview #21; Moon Knight #1-10.

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