Written by Jason Aaron
Art by Javier Garron
Colors by Jason Keith
Letters by Cory Petit
The Rundown: Moon Knight and his master will find that holding onto power is harder than they imagined, especially when they don’t have all of it.
The events that set Moon Knight on his mission to take the powers of the Avengers is showcased as his master Khonshu shows Marc Spector the horrors he has witnessed at the hands of a familiar enemy.
After confronting the foe and ending the threat, Khonshu takes things further and conquers the Earth in order to protect it from a larger threat looming. With heroes on the run, Moon Knight confronts Black Panther about his power, but finds the king reluctant to give it up. He also finds the rest of the Avengers not as powerless as he thought.
The Story: A well done story that is full of intensity and intrigue. Moon Knight’s confrontation with Black Panther is brilliantly conceived and executed by Jason Aaron. The story gets more interesting and engaging with each turn and the ending is fantastic. I loved the dialogue in this issue and Moon Knight’s narration gives great insight into the character.
The Art: Javier Garron has some great looking panels throughout this issue. There are awesome details to be found with all the characters and the Black Panther pages are some of the best of the issue.