Read Moon Knight, Volume 2: Reincarnations Online Free - Meet the many men inside Moon Knight's head as the focus shifts to his various incarnations! Marc Spector broke his body to escape the prison Khonshu built for his mind...but what if he's still trapped? Steven Grant awoke in New York City, ready to produce Marvel's next box-office smash - is he losing his mind, or will Moon Knight: The Movie be a blockbuster? And Jake Lockley is under arrest for murder! With the world calling on him to protect those who travel at night, Marc is losing control. The muddled mind of Moon Knight is reaching its limit!
Collecting: Moon Knight 6-9, Moon Knight (1980) 2
|Title||:||Moon Knight, Volume 2: Reincarnations|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
September 03, 2017
I'm still enjoying this title quite a bit, but I'm torn on the Moon Knight In Space persona. To me, it was just an extra layer of looney that Marc Spector didn't need. However, everything did sort of make sense in a crazy way at the end. So...ok.
The overall story is good, though. All of Spector's...
July 05, 2017
If you’ve read any Moon Knight comics you’ll know the hero, Marc Spector/Moon Knight, is madder than a box of frogs. He’s completely crazy in the coconut! That’s what Jeff Lemire’s second Moon Knight book is all about underlining - and unfortunately not much else.
There are three seemingly dispar...
November 29, 2017
I see an extended theme running on from vol. 1, but this lost me a lot. A bit too mental this volume.
June 06, 2017
Bella ed intrigante la storia, piacevoli le citazioni di memorabili e classiche saghe passate come quella di Lupinar, la storia del Tagliagole qui ristampata é sempre stata una delle mie preferite del Cavaliere Lunare... Ma tutta la parte del guerriero spaziale mi é parsa davvero ridicol...
February 23, 2017
Lemire's second arc starts off unsteady, but by design. He keeps us off balance with different artists and jarring transitions between seemingly unrelated storylines. This part might be hardest for new fans to follow. But if you stick with it, the resolution of it all is very satisfying. Lemire's...
January 22, 2018
This was good though I did not like it nearly as much as the first volume.
What’s it about?
Umm... imagine what Moon Knight would be like on drugs...well, okay more drugs than usual. That’s this book.
The story is interesting. Confusing but still interesting and it actually does end up making s...
July 16, 2017
Moon Knight's current insanity continues in this second arc, which pumps the brakes hard as Marc Spector, the Moon Knight, Steven Grant, and Jake Lockley all get their own storylines running parallel off of the back of the previous arc's ending.
With Spector's mind literally splintering into piece...
July 01, 2017
This series just isn't doing it for me. In this volume we explore the different personalities of Moon Knight as he flips through each one. Is he in outer space battling werewolves? Is he a movie producer and Moon Knight only a character in a movie? Is he a cab driver who's really Moon Knight? Thi...
October 15, 2017
Is Marc's special power being super-confused all the time? If so, Jeff Lemire's generously sharing it with the readers here.
July 15, 2017
Yay! It's the plotline that was left cliffhangered in the first book of Moon Knight v6.
This comic continues to rather joyfully bends our perception, making us question what is reality, and in doing so, places us firmly in the mind of Marc Spector. I called it an overdone trope in the last volume,...