Moon Knight, Vol. 3: Birth and Death

Moon Knight, Vol. 3: Birth and Death By Jeff Lemire Greg Smallwood, Moon Knight Vol Birth and Death The secret history of the man behind Moon Knight s mask Marc Spector was born in Chicago but where was his alter ego Steven Grant born A story of birth death and rebirth digs deep into Spector s past
  • Title: Moon Knight, Vol. 3: Birth and Death
  • Author: Jeff Lemire Greg Smallwood
  • ISBN: 9781302902889
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
  • Moon Knight, Vol. 3: Birth and Death By Jeff Lemire Greg Smallwood, The secret history of the man behind Moon Knight s mask Marc Spector was born in Chicago but where was his alter ego Steven Grant born A story of birth, death and rebirth digs deep into Spector s past and redefines the history of Moon Knight as you know it Trapped outside of reality, his survival depends on answers but Spector is plagued by nothing but questions IsThe secret history of the man behind Moon Knight s mask Marc Spector was born in Chicago but where was his alter ego Steven Grant born A story of birth, death and rebirth digs deep into Spector s past and redefines the history of Moon Knight as you know it Trapped outside of reality, his survival depends on answers but Spector is plagued by nothing but questions Is Moon Knight stronger alone, or vulnerable Where has he really been all this time Where was a man like Marc Spector forged And where will he face his final battle The answers are here COLLECTING MOON KNIGHT 10 14
    Moon Knight, Vol. 3: Birth and Death By Jeff Lemire Greg Smallwood, Moon Knight Vol Lunatic To those unfamiliar with classic Moon Knight, under Doug Monech s run, Moon Knight was an individual who created three false identities of vigilante, rich socialite, and taxi driver in order to escape his true past as a mercenary and further his aims as a crime fighter. Moon Knight Volume Comic Vine Moon Knight s first on going series It sets up much of his rogues gallery and delves deeper into Marc Spector and his different personas. Moon Knight, Vol The Bottom v Charlie Huston Aug , Moon Knight fights the man who killed him in Egypt in New York, killing him, but being injured in the fight Now, Marc Spector, the not so secret identity of Moon Knight, is a drug addicted man with a split personality disorber, friendless and alone and deserted by his god, who lives in a wheelchair with a stature of his god. Moon Knight Vol Birth and Death Oct , Moon knight has been referred as a knockoff Batman Being new to Moon Knight , Id say the character is a realistic take on that type situation A person who suffers such tragic horrors and that to deal with it they don a mask, new identity and beat up bad guys They will have some issues Pick up all three Parts of Lemires MoonKnight run. Moon Knight Vol Dead Will Rise This item Moon Knight Vol Dead Will Rise by Brian Wood Paperback . In Stock Ships from and sold by FREE Shipping on orders over . Details Moon Knight Vol In the Night by Ron Ackins Paperback . Only left in stock order soon. Moon Knight Vol In the Night Moon Knight continues to be a fascinating, action packed, shockingly accessible gem of a series, and while volume doesn t quite manage to reach the heights of the first volume, it is still very much worth reading I rate it a buy.
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    1. Jeff Lemire Greg Smallwood

      Jeff Lemire is an award winning Canadian cartoonist, and the author of the Essex County Trilogy, Sweet Tooth and The Nobody Lemire is known for a his moody, humanistic stories and sketchy, cinematic, black and white art.

    837 thoughts on “Moon Knight, Vol. 3: Birth and Death”

    1. An excellent conclusion to Jeff Lemire s best Marvel series It may not have been the deepest comic out there, but it was a very fun, action packed book with gorgeous artwork and some very cool ideas It s a shame Marvel doesn t let these great underdog series to live longer, but then again, it s always better to finish a story before the quality starts to dip And Lemire managed to do just that with Moon Knight.


    2. While the story was a little unsatisfying in places, this was undoubtedly one of the most beautiful comicbooks I ve ever read Jaw dropping artwork.


    3. Vote 3,5More a 4 stars, but being an old fan of the character I just hated the retconning of Grant Lockley identities to Marc Spector s childhood mental issues and the Spector Space Warrior was just weird ridicolous Still liked this run, and artworks were very good, but I really hope that with Marvel Rebirth Legacy relaunch MK finds back his roots.


    4. I was genuinely worried going into this final volume that Lemire and Smallwood wouldn t be able to stick the landing on this series I needn t have worried.These final five issues bring Marc Spector, Steven Grant, Jake Lockley, and Moon Knight into final conflict with Khonshu, as Marc works to heal his shattered mind once and for all There s a finality to this story that I really hope future writers don t ignore it s a huge turning point for the character, and shuts the door on the multiple perso [...]


    5. And so we come to the end of Lemire s run.CrazySexyCool Sure, and just a little linear this time, and with much consistent and gorgeously trippy art.


    6. The final volume in this series wraps things up beautifully Where the second part was disjointed, part three uses the structure of the first two sections to give a satisfying conclusion All the different aspects of Marc Spector s personalities are given a chance to shine Plus, it brings the story back full circle.The art is gorgeous yet again I love the layout work that the creators use because it is different from a lot of other comics Bellaire s color work is top notch as always This series is [...]


    7. I seem to be in the minority, but I just didn t care for this series The basis of the series was Moon Knight s fractured mind and the many personalities he assumes I liked it best when he knew he has different identities rather than than the newer take on the character which is just that s he has mental issues The focus of this series was combining all 3 personalities into one and maybe doing away with the split personalities all together But what we got was three issues with weird events that c [...]


    8. Excellent conclusion to an excellent run yet based on none too original premises.The it s all in your head stint has been done before The fusion destruction of multiple personalities too But how many good ones for carloads of crap All is in the execution Lemire managed to pour new wine in old bottles and to deftly wrap up the full circle of Marc s madness Going back to the roots of the character his infancy even Lemire make Marc and Konshu butt heads and settle accounts one with another Supposed [...]



    9. This deserves at least a 7 or 8 out of 5 Great story Fantastic story This tied up every other Moon Knight series with one big bow and sets the stage for a brand new series, I hope Wow that was great


    10. The final volume in this series wraps things up beautifully Where the second part was disjointed, part three uses the structure of the first two sections to give a satisfying conclusion All the different aspects of Marc Spector s personalities are given a chance to shine Plus, it brings the story back full circle.The art is gorgeous yet again I love the layout work that the creators use because it is different from a lot of other comics Bellaire s color work is top notch as always This series is [...]


    11. I must not start another comic book review by saying that I ve always been a fan of the character.I ve always been a fan of Moon Knight, especially harking back to the days when Bill Sienkiewicz was the artist The character, it s probably fair to say, has long had an uneasy time of things, with his multiple identities and sometimes personalities muddying the waters of his stories at times.Jeff Lemire comes at this head on, with Marc Spector trapped inside an asylum, where he struggles to work ou [...]


    12. So three things right away 1 This has the really unhealthy theme that mental illness is a personal challenge that can be overcome with willpower and toughness 2 Race is a little fraught here with the evil villain the Bushman, the anonymous pseudo Egyptian stormtroopers, and the kindly pancake slinging hostess I m not sure if Moon Knight was intended to symbolize victorious colonialism, but 3 The previous volume was clearly the best.Other than that, this whole thing is really fascinating and inte [...]


    13. A satisfying conclusion to Jeff Lemire s Moon Knight arc Our hero knows what he s up against his own brain and knows how to fight it a marked change from previous volumes where the common thread was absolute confusion for everyone It s good to see Moon Knight making progress and not questioning what he believes to be true on every other page The interspersed flashbacks are also fascinating, particularly for me as a person who had not read any Moon Knight comics prior to these The art continues t [...]


    14. In this final part of Lemire s Moon Knight run, Marc Spector finally knew what to do He has to face Khonshu to end all of his mental dilemma Going back to the source and fighting control over his stricken mind, Spector Mr Knight unites with his other identities to claim his psyche and free himself from the so called moon god s control But if Khonshu was really destroyed within Spector, what will happen to his powers The series is great as the team that did this Though I still have to read Ellis [...]


    15. Review for individual issues that make up this collection.This is the end Like, THE END the end Oh, man I am sad to see this run of Moon Knight go Lemire s storytelling is top notch from issue 1 all the way to the conclusion Smallwood s art has been magnificent I wish things didn t have to end so soon, but the story goes out on the creators terms, and is a fitting ending to the series.


    16. I suppose for a big Moon Knight fan this might be a great book Sure it s cool But a plot, a clear story would have been a nice add I can almost figure how kind of who Mark Spector is from this But not really Art is good as is the writing as are the ideas But it s just not enough to hang a book upon But coolness is a plus.


    17. Beautiful art, mediocre story I ve been really enjoying this run remember the space werewolves , but this conclusion fell flat for me It felt like Lemire was trying to make a point about mental health taking personal responsibility embracing your flaws Clearly, I just didn t get it, especially since it was framed around an impossible mission and a fight with a big boss figure.


    18. Well, I spent the whole night reading all of the issues and I loved, loved, loved each and every issue The art was great but what really got me was the story Slight spoilers below Marc coming to terms with his illness and the realization that he must accept it and stopping running and hiding from his illness I really loved how this ended with a ray of hope in the dark world of Moon Knight.


    19. Well, I m a bit torn I have loved Moon Knight since I was a kid So we just went through 14 issues to get to, now we re back to zero and out of his mind So all of this waswhat exactly It was still good, but I feel a little weird about nothing really happening for three volumes.


    20. This is a solid conclusion to Lemire s run Smallwood s art is fantastic and I enjoyed the writing I m interested to see Moon Knight goes from here If you enjoyed the first two books in Lemire s run, you ll enjoy this one, which is my favorite of the three volumes.


    21. Would have preferred the metal health story to have been mixed with something else maybe action orientated while good it just feels like going over the same ground over and over



    22. Clever, adult writing and the perfect artist to depict Moon Knight s journey.One of Marvel s best comics this year.


    23. A strong continuation of the series that for some reason reminds me of Sandman, which is weird, because I ve never read Sandman.


    24. I like the direction Lemire took the series in the first two installations of this arc, and felt this volume satisfactorily draws it to a close However, it felt really rushed.


    25. Jeff Lemire,s Moon Knight run is easily, one of the best runs on the character, that i read.Strong start, with an amazing conclusion, to the series.




    26. Great final volume, although the last issue was lacking in my opinion Strong series, with a weak final couple of pages.


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