This comic book review looks at Moon Knight volume 4, issue #7 from Marvel Comics.
Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artist: Alex Maleev
Inker: Alex Maleev
Cover Artist: Alex Maleev
Synopsis: Marc Spector returns to the public eye as the writer and producer of a popular TV show, “Legends of the Khonshu”. As Moon Knight, he “suffers” from multiple personality disorder. His other selves? Spider-man, Wolverine, and Captain America.
Moon Knight stopped an illegal delivery of an Ultron body to Snapdragon, the new Kingpin of Los Angelos. Echo was involved, but Moon Knight retained the head and tries to sell it to lure Snapdragon out into the open.
Hot: Snapdragon’s true identity is revealed! I won’t spoil it here. Also, the scenes where Moon Knight is arguing with his alter ego Spider-man, Wolverine, and Captain America are just about worth the price of the book.
Not: Bendis continues to use his character, Echo, in strange ways. It really seems pointless to use her at all in this series, and as a thinly-veiled clone of Elektra (as usual).