Published September, 1989 (Copper Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1989 for $1.50 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $2.00 USD.
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**Spoilers (but not if you read the characters above, wink)** Midnight is back, actually his son is. It's a good issue (I wish I had the option to put good in italics, but I do not), but this issue was drawn by someone other than Sal Velluto, and I think it detracted about one star from my rating. It is a little predictable, but worth reading nonetheless. It's nice to see the Black Cat in action. I've always loved Felicia Hardy. I was majorly bummed when she and Peter Parker broke up.
A solid issue. The first arc was OK, but nothing overly awesome. This arc is pretty good, and keeps great pace with the start of the series. Midnight is back, (maybe?) and he's doing everything he can to make Marc Spector's life miserable. Charles Dixon's story is tight. He focuses on Spector when he's being, well, Spector. When he's Moon Knight, it's different. There is a solid barrier now between the two than in the Fist of Konshu series or even the original Moon Knight series. It's far better than what's been written previously, and I think that's in no small part of removing the multiple personalites. Russ Heath's artwork is solid, but doesn't really break way from the standard. It keeps pace though, and I like that.