Published February, 1983 (Copper Age) by Marvel Comics and went on sale in 1983 for $0.75 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $3.00 USD.
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I had never heard of Jellim Yussaf and his Sons of the Jackal, but according to a Google search, this is the only issue they've appeared in. It's a pretty decent reading story, and the artwork is good too. I don't know that this book advances the Moon Knight story any further, but it's worth reading this issue nevertheless.
A solid issue, and much better than some of the stuff Doug Moench has written for Moon Knight. It all comes full circle here as Moon Knight travels back to the desert where it all started. The issue is solid, but not exceptional. Bill Sienkiewicz art is great, and I'm glad he's made such an effort to stay consistant with drawing Moon Knight and Marlene. The drama between them two actually makes sense, and adds to the issue.