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A new day is dawning — and with it comes an enemy unlike any Marc Spector has ever faced! Moon Knight has always been a protector from the shadows, but the Sun King is out to extinguish those shadows with blinding light and fire. Meanwhile, a man called The Truth is driving people to suicide. Thank goodness Marc has his personalities under control! (He does have them under A new day is dawning — and with it comes an enemy unlike any Marc Spector has ever faced! Moon Knight has always been a protector from the shadows, but the Sun King is out to extinguish those shadows with blinding light and fire. Meanwhile, a man called The Truth is driving people to suicide. Thank goodness Marc has his personalities under control! (He does have them under control, right?) The Sun King and Bushman hit Marc where it hurts the most, Jake Lockley’s dark secret is revealed — and Marc Spector’s true origin is uncovered! But what traumatic event from his past will shape Moon Knight’s future? As psychotic killers, the horrific Collective and Moon Knight’s oldest nemesis all threaten to eclipse him, Marc must face his demons if his legacy is to survive! COLLECTING: Moon Knight (2017) 188-200


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A new day is dawning — and with it comes an enemy unlike any Marc Spector has ever faced! Moon Knight has always been a protector from the shadows, but the Sun King is out to extinguish those shadows with blinding light and fire. Meanwhile, a man called The Truth is driving people to suicide. Thank goodness Marc has his personalities under control! (He does have them under A new day is dawning — and with it comes an enemy unlike any Marc Spector has ever faced! Moon Knight has always been a protector from the shadows, but the Sun King is out to extinguish those shadows with blinding light and fire. Meanwhile, a man called The Truth is driving people to suicide. Thank goodness Marc has his personalities under control! (He does have them under control, right?) The Sun King and Bushman hit Marc where it hurts the most, Jake Lockley’s dark secret is revealed — and Marc Spector’s true origin is uncovered! But what traumatic event from his past will shape Moon Knight’s future? As psychotic killers, the horrific Collective and Moon Knight’s oldest nemesis all threaten to eclipse him, Marc must face his demons if his legacy is to survive! COLLECTING: Moon Knight (2017) 188-200

30 review for Moon Knight: Legacy - The Complete Collection

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bill Riggs

    I love the character of Moon Knight and this was definitely an interesting take on the character and his dissociative identity disorder, but it was a bit all over the place and could have been a tighter storyline. Still better than most other comics out there.

  2. 5 out of 5

    James

    2.5 stars. Man, this book was weird as hell. It started off pretty good with the Sun God going up against Moon Knight but it didn’t waste any time going off the rails. The more I read, the more lost I became as to what the hell was going on. Every story arc that came was just weirder and weirder. At least the art was great throughout.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Etienne

    I didn't like it. Maybe I'm just too full of Moon Knight after binging three comic run and the TV show, but I find this universe to be quite limited and from one run to another, we find ourselves always reading the same thing. Also the fact that i started with the Lemire run, which in my opinion is the best one, put the bar quite high and the others never were able to reach it. Not bad, but not an essential read either. I didn't like it. Maybe I'm just too full of Moon Knight after binging three comic run and the TV show, but I find this universe to be quite limited and from one run to another, we find ourselves always reading the same thing. Also the fact that i started with the Lemire run, which in my opinion is the best one, put the bar quite high and the others never were able to reach it. Not bad, but not an essential read either.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    Sometimes comic creators can make a jumbled mess a part of the story. Controversial, but I liked what Morrison did with Final Crisis, for instance. This is just a mess. It has some high points which is why I gave it two stars. But it mostly feels like half hearted story arcs surrounded by dialogue geared to topics the author wanted to talk about. It’s not really lazy, but feels that way. The middle story about the collective was truly bad. The artwork was very bad. Which brings me to final point: Sometimes comic creators can make a jumbled mess a part of the story. Controversial, but I liked what Morrison did with Final Crisis, for instance. This is just a mess. It has some high points which is why I gave it two stars. But it mostly feels like half hearted story arcs surrounded by dialogue geared to topics the author wanted to talk about. It’s not really lazy, but feels that way. The middle story about the collective was truly bad. The artwork was very bad. Which brings me to final point: the art was awful throughout, generally. Part of Moon Knight I’ve read is a particular style or mood each creator makes for their tone and story. This felt like a lot of empty space and lazy pencil work.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Omni Theus

    FULL REVIEW *Spoiler Free*- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fa4UZ... I Really Enjoyed Bemis' Work on Moon Knight OVERALL RATING: 4.25 stars Art: 4.25 stars Prose: 4.25 stars Plot: 4 stars Pacing: 4 stars Character Development: 4.25 stars World Building: 4 stars FULL REVIEW *Spoiler Free*- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fa4UZ... I Really Enjoyed Bemis' Work on Moon Knight OVERALL RATING: 4.25 stars Art: 4.25 stars Prose: 4.25 stars Plot: 4 stars Pacing: 4 stars Character Development: 4.25 stars World Building: 4 stars

  6. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Daniels

    This was a pretty enjoyable little run. Max Bemis throws quite a lot at the wall here, and while it doesn’t all stick, there’s some fun to be had. The first arc is pretty straightforward, and would make a decent starting place for those coming off of the show (it would be a good storyline for season 2). The writing feels a bit like a Jason Aaron comic, trying to be a bit edgy at times while also serving the character quite well. Jacen Burrows’s art works well for the story and channels Steve Dil This was a pretty enjoyable little run. Max Bemis throws quite a lot at the wall here, and while it doesn’t all stick, there’s some fun to be had. The first arc is pretty straightforward, and would make a decent starting place for those coming off of the show (it would be a good storyline for season 2). The writing feels a bit like a Jason Aaron comic, trying to be a bit edgy at times while also serving the character quite well. Jacen Burrows’s art works well for the story and channels Steve Dillon at times. The next issue takes a bit of a turn. It starts as a dive into the character’s Jewish identity and feels earnest and well handled, but then swerves pretty hard with its intro of the next villain. I could see this turning people off the run, but the bat shit direction the next few issues go we’re probably my favorite. These are primarily drawn by Paul Davidson, who brings a slightly exaggerated, almost- Nick Pittara on Manhattan Projects- style, and they push against the boundaries of a Marvel comic in terms of content and feel more like a Vertigo story written by Warren Ellis. The ending ends up feeling quite rushed though, and it gets a little incoherent as it tries to tie everything together.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Bekka

    I overall enjoyed this, but there were some issues that were just too confusing to decipher. But the exploration of how Marc, Steven, Jake and Khonshu all work together/how they interact inside Marc's hard/Marc's childhood trauma was fantastic to read. TW for mentions of concentration camps/Nazi's, serial killer who specifically hunts Jewish boys, antisemitism, violence, blood, gore, mentions of war, death, trauma, kidnapping of a child, murder, threats of death to a child. I overall enjoyed this, but there were some issues that were just too confusing to decipher. But the exploration of how Marc, Steven, Jake and Khonshu all work together/how they interact inside Marc's hard/Marc's childhood trauma was fantastic to read. TW for mentions of concentration camps/Nazi's, serial killer who specifically hunts Jewish boys, antisemitism, violence, blood, gore, mentions of war, death, trauma, kidnapping of a child, murder, threats of death to a child.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Shirleon Sharron

    So amazingly wonderful and touching a moments. I'm looking forward go checking out other interpretations of Moon Knight by other authors. So amazingly wonderful and touching a moments. I'm looking forward go checking out other interpretations of Moon Knight by other authors.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Lawson

    Started our intriguing enough but I pretty quickly lost the threads here and could never grab them again.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Brianna

    Absolutely ridiculous. Throw it in the trash.

  11. 4 out of 5

    MK

    3.25* stars

  12. 4 out of 5

    Elias Alexander

    I just love moon knight so much. I like seeing Jake having more space and time in this comic. He felt so absent in the others.

  13. 5 out of 5

    shayla

    3.5 I really loved certain issues but others just fell flat, overall I really enjoyed this and what it added to Jeff Lemire’s run.

  14. 4 out of 5

    nati

    4.25*

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jason Werner

    Possibly the weirdest thing I have ever read but, I kind of loved it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kenneth

  17. 4 out of 5

    Emilio Mendoza

  18. 5 out of 5

    Krystal White

  19. 4 out of 5

    Rick Nelson

  20. 4 out of 5

    Hardly

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey Goerss

  22. 4 out of 5

    Aaron

  23. 5 out of 5

    Rachael

  24. 5 out of 5

    Amy

  25. 4 out of 5

    Wes Morgan

  26. 5 out of 5

    Klaus

  27. 4 out of 5

    Max

  28. 5 out of 5

    Bob

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lathome83

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