Moon Knight (1980-1984) #17A

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Published March, 1982 (Bronze Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1982 for $0.75 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $3.00 USD.

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  • Master Sniper's Legacy!
  • The Worship of False Idols

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Blue Jackets Fan
4

by on 7/8/2017 12:20:00 PM (Variant A)

This is a bit better than the previous 3 or so issues leading up to it. Introduced is a team of villains called the Third World Slayers. It's a pretty good story, with good artwork. After the story is another pre-Moon Knight Marc Spector story, which is actually decent. On a side-note, maybe the series would've gone on longer than 4 years if most all of the villains weren't either killed or caught at the end??

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3.5

by on 1/9/2012 11:33:00 PM (Variant A)

A sight better than nearly all other issues before it. After focusing on the Steven Grant and Lockley personalities for so long, you'd almost forget that he is really Marc Spector. This issue focuses mainly on that, and Moon Knight. It's a good solid story with equally good artwork. I think Bill Sienkiewicz is finally coming into his own on Moon Knight. He's very consistant now with how everyone looks, and really puts effort into the issues. Let's not forget this cool Jusko cover either!


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