Moon Knight (1980-1984) #25A

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Published November, 1982 (Bronze Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1982 for $1.00 USD. This issue contains 48 pages in Color, the current NM value is $64.00 USD.

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  • Black Spectre / First Clash / Sinking / The Climb Back

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Blue Jackets Fan
4.5

by on 7/9/2017 6:21:00 AM (Variant A)

This was a solid issue! It had a great story, and the art, and pace was terrific. But, and this is may be a trivial matter, one that I've mentioned in another review, maybe it would've been better if Moon Knight's foes weren't either killed or incarcerated at the end of the stories? Sure there are a couple that are not, but this Black Spectre character (along with Arsenal) would've been great to see again. Maybe we will, I guess, there are 13 issues remaining in the series, so I guess I will find out.

Valdimer
3.5

by on 3/4/2012 12:23:00 AM (Variant A)

The trend continues! A solid issue, with a solid story. Black Spectre, though not as tough as Arsenal, was good villain for Moon Knight. A nice twist in this issue with Marlyene too. The personalities of Moon Knight are being addressed, and we actually get to see how it affects his personal life. Finally! A double sized issue, this story was a little too lengthly, but held my attention throughout. Let's hope this trend continues with the next issue.

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