Moon Knight, Volume 2
Meet the many men inside Moon Knight's head as the focus shifts to his various incarnations! Marc Spector broke his body to escape the prison Khonshu built for his mind...but what if he's still trapped? Steven Grant awoke in New York City, ready to produce Marvel's next box-office smash - is he losing his mind, or will Moon Knight: The Movie be a blockbuster? And Jake Lockley is under arrest for murder! With the world calling on him to protect those who travel at night, Marc is losing control. The muddled mind of Moon Knight is reaching its limit!Collecting: Moon Knight 6-9, Moon Knight (1980) 2

Moon Knight, Volume 2 Details

TitleMoon Knight, Volume 2
Author
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJun 6th, 2017
PublisherMarvel
ISBN0785199543
ISBN-139780785199540
Number of pages112 pages
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Superheroes, Marvel, Graphic Novels, Mental Health, Mental Illness, Fantasy

Moon Knight, Volume 2 Review

  • Vinton Bayne
    March 8, 2017
    This went from "what the hell" in volume one to "WHAT THE F#*%" in volume two real quick.Things seem to be coming together. This story is still damn intriguing, I just hope it pays off!
  • Jason
    February 23, 2017
    Lemire's second arc starts off unsteady, but by design. He keeps us off balance with different artists and jarring transitions between seemingly unrelated storylines. This part might be hardest for new fans to follow. But if you stick with it, the resolution of it all is very satisfying. Lemire's still focusing on the mental illness angle and it's still unclear whether or not anything that has happened thus far is only happening in Spector's mind. The third arc, where MK confronts Konshu promise Lemire's second arc starts off unsteady, but by design. He keeps us off balance with different artists and jarring transitions between seemingly unrelated storylines. This part might be hardest for new fans to follow. But if you stick with it, the resolution of it all is very satisfying. Lemire's still focusing on the mental illness angle and it's still unclear whether or not anything that has happened thus far is only happening in Spector's mind. The third arc, where MK confronts Konshu promises to be exciting and possibly historic for this underrated but incredibly complex hero.
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  • Linda
    March 15, 2017
    I'm reading this in issues, so while I don't think this would be a satisfying trade (it's all second act), the art was wonderful (space werewolves!) and I'm optimistic that Lemire has a good story in mind.
  • Debbie
    February 20, 2017
    Read this in single issues.
  • Dan
    January 5, 2017
    As someone who frequently has issues with "reality", I really appreciate this series' take on mental illness, and the struggle to cope when issues arise. A really great read, and a very unique type of book in the Marvel universe.
  • Ramon
    January 3, 2017
    Even with some nice art, 3/4 of this book is aimless meandering before we get to the last chapter. I don't know if it's padding or just realizing that in 9 issues over just as many months barely anything has happened. Don't they owe us a story? Most of this should have taken one issue at most.
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