Review by: Franktiger

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Story by Brian Michael Bendis
Art by Alex Maleev
Colors by Matthew Wilson
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by Alex Maleev, Bryan Hitch, Paul Neary, Paul Mounts, Humberto Ramos, Edgar Delgado & Mark Texiera

Size: pages
Price: 3.99

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Story: 2 - Average
Art: 2 - Average


  1. Forgive me but it sounds like you might not have fully grasped the twist of this title.
    (Spoiler for those who haven’t read it BTW)
    It wasn’t Cap or Wolvie, it was Marc Spector’s take on them as he thinks he IS them.

  2. @Jdudley  well yes, I admit I did not fully grasp that, and that’s pretty interesting, but still just seeing Spidey and Wolvie in every comic ad nauseam was tiring, and that was my initial take on it before realizing just now what you’re talking about, and yes, that’s an interesting twist on Spector’s character.

  3. Sounds like I’m glad I passed on this.

  4. @Jdudley  – Forgive me, but Moon Night is schizophrenic, he doesn’t have multiple personality. So he imagines them to be there, but doesn’t actually think they are him.

  5. Whether they’re just products of Moon Knight’s imagination or not, it’s still yet another comic with images of Wolvie, Spidey and Cap in it, all talking in various shades of “witty banter” (which is an oxymoron; “banter” means inherently meaningless chatter).

    When are people going to get tired of this? How many hundreds (thousands?) of issues of this chatter is enough?

  6. @frogguler Yeah! And when will Batman get over his dead parents and move on already! And what is with Action movies with no decent story. People have to be sick of that, right?

    Sorry for the snark, but the answer is people never get tired of it, at least at 50 years and counting.

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