Don’t let the rough exterior fool you: Logan does an excellent job of mentoring young heroes (and learning from them as well).
Many astute mooncalves watching the debut episode of Disney+’s hit new series Moon Knight may have stumbled across a cryptic QR Code in one of the British Museum scenes.
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.
The first issue gets off to a momentous start with Jonathan Hickman and Chris Bachalo’s futuristic version of Moon Knight.
One of Marvel’s cult favorites is about to become much more famous thanks to the Oscar Issac-led Disney+ series coming this March.
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).