Over the last few years, MacKay and Cappuccio have revitalized the Moon Knight mythology. One of the hottest titles on stands today, Moon Knight’s current run has blessed the iconic character with new purpose, boldly reinvented his rogues gallery, and introduced fascinating new allies and supporting players.
This October, witness the full scope of Jed MacKay and Allesandro Cappuccio’s vision for MOON KNIGHT in “THE LAST DAYS OF MOON KNIGHT.”
An epic new three-part storyline kicking off in issue #28, this will be the culmination of Moon Knight’s current era and the beginning of his next chapters Marc Spector’s journey reaches a climactic end.
Running from MOON KNIGHT #28-30, “The Last Days of Moon Knight” will see Moon Knight in a deadly race to intercept the Black Spectre before his apocalyptic schemes bear fruit — but the clock is ticking, and a city hangs in the balance. And when the dust settles, a new vengeance will be born.
In a press release from Marvel, McKay explained some of his plans for the arc:
“Almost all the pieces are now on the board- on one side, Moon Knight and his allies in the Midnight Mission, and on the other, the Black Spectre, his creatures, and his plan for New York. We’ve been building towards this confrontation since #19, and starting with MOON KNIGHT #28, Moon Knight and the Black Spectre go to war. It’s not just a question of victory, but survival itself. The Midnight Mission is already cloaked in the black of mourning…”
Check out the cover below to issue #28:
MOON KNIGHT #28
Written by JED MACKAY Art by ALESSANDRO CAPPUCCIO Cover by STEPHEN SEGOVIA
Stay tuned in the coming weeks for more news about MOON KNIGHT, including exciting variant cover reveals and be there when Moon Knight #28 lands on October 18, 2023
The Last Days of Moon Knight Begin This October from Marvel Comics
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