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Subj: Moon Knight #191: This is a job for... Zombie Babysitter!
Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 at 07:47:06 pm EST (Viewed 90 times)


Moon Knight 191 (2018)

Since the renumbering relaunch, the enjoyment factor with this take on MK has flipped from bad to good like knight and day, sunking and moon. Sure, it's becoming cliche and copycat and sometimes offputting to suddenly throw an unknown offspring into the life story of a decades long comic book mainstay character/superhuman. However, in and of itself, the introdcution of DIATRICE has been quite fascinating and promising to the Moon Knight cast that sadly has had less than a handful of notable supporting cast since 1975! And she's a charmer. Never heard the name before. Is there any (canon) significance to the name, Diatrice?? The Egyptian's Origin of the Universe according the POV of Khonshu was thought provoking fun. Does anyone see any (canon) problems or contradictions with it? The fight was good. The villainy and escalating threat was proper. The preferences in music was nice plug for Dazzler. The "Nick Fury" joke was funny. The art was clean and crisp(pun realized). And the final page Return of Frenchie was... wholey krap! WTH?!

The extra letter page was bonus. The cover was nicely symbolic:
> American Gothic - Wikipedia
> Why is the painting called American Gothic?
> American Gothic is a painting by Grant Wood in the collection of the Art Institute of Chicago. Wood's inspiration came in his decision to paint what is known as the American Gothic House along with "the kind of people I fancied should live in that house."


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