Cardinali is joined by notable comic artists such as Michael Allred, Stephen R. Bissette, Jae Lee, Nick Pitarra, Paul Pope, and Bill Sienkiewicz for Beizer’s new take on the ancient Golem of legend.
Final Rest serves as the bookend to the Shadows of the Moon Epic Collection, allowing all of those “moon maniacs” out there to own the entire original series for a fraction of the price of the skyrocketing single issues.
Shadows of the Moon comprises a good chunk of Doug Moench and Bill Sienkiewicz’s character- defining run (even in the face of multiple reboots and reimaginings) of the original Moon Knight series (1981 and 1982’s issues #5-23).
Comics legends Dennis O’Neil and Denys Cowan’s reinvention of long-time Charlton Comics character (and the inspiration for Watchmen’s Rorschach) will be collected in DC’s upcoming The Question Vol. 1 Omnibus.
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.
With Oscar Issac’s recent confirmation that he will be donning the white cowl and cape of Marvel’s Moon Knight for an upcoming Disney+ series, attention is once again on back issues of what was once one of Marvel’s cult comic heroes.