Marc Spector: Moon Knight (1989-1994) #5

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Published October, 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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  • Rockin' at Midnight

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Blue Jackets Fan
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by on 7/15/2017 9:39:00 AM

Velluto is back on artwork, and boy, and I glad. It's a real good end to the 2 parter with Midnight and the Black Cat. The end of the ish has a few pages of what's coming in the next story with Brother Voodoo.

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by on 3/26/2013 6:11:00 PM

A solid way to end the two-part story, and a good introduction for Midnight, someone that we will see quite a bit more of later in the series, and part of the Round Robin storyline in Amazing Spider-Man. Charles Dixon is writing pretty good stuff here, so much so that I'm actually excited for the next issue! I think he is by far much better than Doug Moench, who created Moon Knight. I'm kind of glad they switched pencils with this issue too. Sal Velluto's pencils are a step above the previous artist, and it helps it to stand out on its own. It's crisp, tight, and clean. Here's hoping the next few issues hold true to the bar that's been set by the past few.

Marc Spector: Moon Knight (1989-1994) #5
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