no21 Moon Knight

série: Marvel Preview
dessinateur / scénariste: Collectif
éditeur: Marvel USA
genre: Fantastique
classement: carton131
date: 1980
format: broché
état: TBE/N
valeur: 15 €
critère: *
remarques: Marvel Preview no 21, serie 2928, spring 1980
cover Bill Sienkievicz and Bob Larkin

Moon Knight is a fictional superhero
appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics
created by Doug Moench and Don Perlin,
the character first appeared in Werewolf by Night #32 (August 1975)
and reappeared in Marvel Preview no 21 (1980)

1/ full phase, the fascinating creation of Moon Night

2/ Moon Night, the mind thieves
a maelstrom of murder, conspiracy and mind control
by Doug Moench and Bill Sienkiewicz+Tom Palmer

3/ the Shroud, master of darkness
a gentleman being a different kind of hero
"walk a crooked mile"
by Mark Gruenwald and Steve Ditko

Information
The character debuted in Werewolf by Night #32 (August 1975),
written by Doug Moench with art by Don Perlin,
as a villain hired by the Committee to capture the title character for them
in a two-part story continuing in #33 where he eventually has a change of heart
and helps the Werewolf escape, briefly fighting alongside him,
Moon Knight later returned in the form of a demonic apparition
taking on his appearance in #37 (March 1976) to battle the Werewolf once again,
Editors Marv Wolfman and Len Wein liked the character,
prompting them to grant him a solo spot in Marvel Spotlight #28–29 (June/August 1976),
again written by Doug Moench with art by Don Perlin,
the story, along with the Bill Mantlo-penned Spectacular Spider-Man
#22 and #23 (September/October 1978),
recast Moon Knight as a hero and his villainous first appearance
as a cover to infiltrate the Committee,
subsequent appearances came in Marvel Two-in-One #52,
written by Steven Grant with art by Jim Craig and The Defenders #47–51,
which had him briefly join the Defenders during their war against the Zodiac Cartel

Marc Spector was the son of a rabbi whose family had fled Europe
in the 1930s to escape the Holocaust,
as Marc matured, he rejected his father's morality and embraced materialism,
he became a heavyweight boxer, then a U.S. Marine, and then a CIA operative
at the CIA, Marc worked with William Cross, who betrayed the agency,
later becoming the villain Crossfire
Marc's brother, Randall, joined him in the CIA but he also betrayed the agency,
selling weapons to both sides in an altercation in Italy,
when Marc's lover Lisa overheard Randall's plans,
he killed her with a meat cleaver,
Marc hunted Randall down, inflicting injuries that left Randall psychotic,
Marc befriended fellow CIA agent Amos Lardner,
but unknowingly turned him over to Operation: Cobra,
a CIA project designed to control its agents' minds,
fed up with the CIA, Marc became a mercenary
and spent several years as a hired gun,
although he ostensibly sought to fight for causes he believed in,
Marc was easily persuaded to fight for anyone who paid him enough,
while working in Africa, Marc met the French mercenary Jean-Paul DuChamp,
whom he nicknamed "Frenchie"
Marc and Frenchie became close friends, and served together on several missions.

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