Moon Knight #3
Written by Jed MacKay
Art by Alessandro Cappuccio
Colors by Rachelle Rosenberg
Letters by Cory Petit
The Rundown: Moon Knight goes on the hunt for the person attacking the people under his protection.
Marc is worried about the unseen forces plotting and moving against him behind the scenes and goes to his therapist to discuss his fears. After returning to the mission, he is confronted by Reese who wants to know why he let her live when he killed the other vampires he encountered. She confronts him with an object linked to him and her fear that he is targeting the people he rescued. After assuring her that it wasn’t him, Moon Knight takes to the rooftops to hunt down the person who attacked his friends.
It doesn’t take long as Marc is attacked out of nowhere by another Fist of Khonshu who wants to test Moon Knight and his abilities. As the two fight, the man known as Hunter’s Moon reveals his connection to Marc. He also reveals his mission and what it will mean for Marc Spector and Moon Knight going forward. Unfortunately, Moon Knight has a lot of things on his mind and will have to teach his fellow Fist what it means to be Marc Spector.
The Story: MacKay knocks it out of the park with a story filled with emotion, action, intrigue and style. Marc’s psychological journey continues to be intriguing and his world continues to be engaging. The Hunter’s Moon character is well done and the revelations in the issue are brilliant. I continue to be entertained by this series and this issue is filled with great action, dialogue and energy.
The Art: Alessandro Cappuccio delivers some fantastic art in this issue. There is a beautiful sense of flow to the imagery and every page is filled with gorgeous detail.