Moon Knight #21

Marvel Comics

Written by Jed MacKay

Art by Alessandro Cappuccio

Colors by Rachelle Rosenberg

Letters by Cory Petit

The Rundown: Reese and Soldier have a night on the town that will quickly get Moon Knight’s attention.

Being cooped up in the Mission for so long is leaving Reese restless so she decides to take Soldier and another couple of recent vampire converts on the town for a responsible and fun evening out dancing. Thanks to Jake Lockley, they find the perfect place.

Unfortunately, their night of dancing is quickly interrupted by a shadowy figure who uses the music as a means of mind control prompting Moon Knight to intervene as the crowd gets violent. Fortunately for everyone, Reese has picked up some new tricks from Blade, but this attack might be the prelude to something bigger.

The Story: An engaging and entertaining mystery that sets up an interesting arc for Moon Knight and his allies. I love the use of Jake in this issue and continue to enjoy the integration of the alters into the plot. I enjoyed seeing the supporting characters grow and evolve within the issue and series. The dialogue is light and fun and the story sets up come interesting conflicts with enough teasing moments to keep me invested and compelled to read on.

The Art: Cappuccio delivers some beautifully detailed and memorable art throughout the issue. I love the use of shadow in certain moments of the story and how it enhances the tone of the story.

Moon Knight #21



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