All of those “Moon Maniacs” out there will get a second chance to own the original Moon Knight Omnibus in April, followed quickly by the second Volume of Marc Spector’s early adventures in May.
The reprinted Volume 1 edition provides a few of the many origins of the multiple personalities of Moon Knight, starting with his first appearance in Werewolf by Night #32-33 and followed by the adult-oriented back-up stories from Hulk Magazine #11-15,17-18, 20, and his introduction into the wider Marvel Universe in Marvel Spotlight #28-29, Marvel Preview #21, Defenders #47-51, Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #22-23, Marvel Two-in-One #52, Marvel Team-Up Annual #4, Amazing Spider-Man #220, and of course, his first solo title in Moon Knight (1980) #1-20.
The first volume features work by Doug Moench, Bill Sienkiewicz, Bill Mantlo, Steven Grant, Frank Miller, David Anthony Craft, Roger Slifer, John Warner, Gene Colan, Mike Zeck, Keith Pollard, Jim Craig, Keith Giffen, Don Perlin, and Jim Mooney.
Moon Knight Omnibus Volume 2 picks up exactly where Volume 1 leaves off, with the rest of the Moon Knight original series (#21-38) as well as the follow-up Moon Knight: Fist of Khonshu mini-series (#1-6) from 1985. Other issues include appearance by Moon Knight in: Iron Man #161, Power Man and Iron Fist #87, Marvel Team-Up #144, Marvel Fanfare #30, 38-39, Solo Avengers #3, and Marvel Super-Heroes (1990) #1.
In addition to Moench and Sienkiewicz’s end to their run, Volume 2 also includes work by Tony Isabella, Christopher Priest, Jo Duffy, Denny O’Neil, Ann Nocenti, Kevin Nowlan, Brent Anderson, Bo Hampton, Denys Cowans, Vicente Alcazar, Greg Larocque, Joe Brozowski, and Alan Zelenetz,
Look for Volume 1 in stores on April 13, 2022 and Volume 2 on May 11, 2022. Both volumes retail for $125 (and contain 1016 and 960 pages respectively) and both come in two covers.
Moon Knight Omnibus Volume 1 will be available with a cover by former Knight artist David Finch, as well as a classic Sienkiewicz cover from Moon Knight #1. Volume 2 features a standard cover by Alex Ross and a classic Miller cover.
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