Vengeance Of The Moon Knight #1

Vengeance Of The Moon Knight #1

Illustrated by: Alessandro Cappuccio

Cover Art by: David Finch

Written by: Jed MacKay

Release date: January 3rd, 2024

Marvel Comics

*Minor Spoilers Ahead

Clad in the black of mourning, the Midnight Mission remains! But who is left to keep the faith? And how have they been changed by the Black Spectre’s master stroke? The next chapter of MOON KNIGHT starts here as the congregants of the Midnight Mission pick up the pieces and carry on the mission…and find themselves faced with a mysterious new enemy in eerily familiar vestments.

Jed MacKay and the creative team behind “Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1” deliver a gripping start to a new chapter in Moon Knight’s saga. Clad in mourning, the Midnight Mission faces the aftermath of Black Spectre’s actions, weaving a tale of resilience and mystery as familiar faces confront an enigmatic new threat.

MacKay’s storytelling prowess shines, infusing every page with intrigue and depth. The evolution of the Midnight Mission congregants and the emergence of a new adversary make for a compelling narrative that keeps readers hooked from start to finish. The nods to various heroes add layers to the story, hinting at a potential unofficial team dynamic that holds immense promise.

Alessandro Cappuccio’s art, complemented by Rachelle Rosenberg’s colors, is nothing short of breathtaking. Each panel is a work of art in itself, showcasing the characters with such detail and dynamism that they practically leap off the page. Cappuccio’s rendition of 8-Ball, in particular, stands out as a testament to artistic excellence, capturing the essence of the character in a visually stunning manner.

The issue’s cliffhanger ending leaves readers craving more, a testament to MacKay’s ability to keep us invested in Moon Knight’s journey. The portrayal of Tigra’s ferocity adds another layer of excitement, leaving fans eagerly anticipating more of her presence in future issues.

David Finch’s cover art for “Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1” is a testament to his unparalleled skill in capturing raw intensity and dynamic storytelling within a single frame. With striking detail and a masterful use of shadows, Finch’s artwork sets the tone for the series, drawing readers into the enigmatic world of Moon Knight with its hauntingly powerful imagery. His ability to convey depth and emotion through his art elevates this cover to a level that is both captivating and iconic.

“Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1” not only meets but exceeds expectations. Cappuccio’s artistry elevates the storytelling to new heights, making every panel a visual delight. MacKay’s deep understanding of Moon Knight shines through, making this a must-read for both long-time fans and newcomers alike. With this exceptional start, one can only hope that MacKay continues to helm Moon Knight’s adventures for a long time to come.

Vengeance Of The Moon Knight #1 is available on our weekly new comic wall and can also be placed on your pull list.

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Unveiling a Masterful Rebirth of Darkness and Redemption

Colors - 9.8
Design - 10
Illustration - 10
Narrative - 9.8
Subplot - 10

9.9

In "Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1," Jed MacKay and the creative team deliver a gripping start to a new chapter in Moon Knight's saga. The Midnight Mission faces a new threat and familiar faces confront an enigmatic adversary. Alessandro Cappuccio's art and Rachelle Rosenberg's colors are breathtaking, and David Finch's cover art sets the tone for the series. The issue's cliffhanger ending leaves readers craving more, and MacKay's deep understanding of Moon Knight makes this a must-read for both long-time fans and newcomers alike.


Genre: Superhero
Series: Vengeance Of The Moon Knight | Illustrated by Alessandro Cappuccio, David Finch
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