Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1 Sells Out and Returns With New Printing
Marvel is pleased to announce Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1 has sold out at Diamond (though copies may still be available at the retail level) and will return with Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1 Second Printing Finch Sketch Variant!
Writer Gregg Hurwitz and artist Jerome Opena present Moon Knightâs return to New York City in âShock and Aweâ. The White Knight is back and heâs cleaning up the city the only way he knows how: with a vengeance! Where did Moon Knightâs new gear come from? Whoâs really under the hood this time? Has he curbed his killer instinct? Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1 Second Printing Finch Sketch Variant features a sketch version of the David Finch stunning cover.
"[Hurwitz] turns in a solid script…his Moon Knight feels on the mark." – Jesse Schedeen, IGN.com
"A breath of fresh air…The question this series seems to be asking is: ‘Can a blood-soaked vigilante become a true hero again, however much he wishes it?’ Judging by this excellently plotted first issue itâs going to be fun finding out." – Tony Igram, Brokenfrontier.com
"[The] opening sequence is brilliantâ¦Hurwitz means business with Moon Knight, and [the] opening sequence is absolutely ‘shock and awe.’" â Kevin Powers, ComicsBulletin.com
Marvel urges retailers to check their orders on Vengeance of the Moon Knight as the series continues to draw mainstream media attention! How will Moon Knight enact his vengeance? What does he have in store for Norman Osborn in the wake of Dark Reign? Find out in Vengeance of the Moon Knight #1 Second Printing Finch Sketch Variant!
VENGEANCE OF THE MOON KNIGHT #1 SECOND PRINTING FINCH SKETCH VARIANT (AUG098027)
Written by GREGG HURWITZ
Penciled by JEROME OPEÃA
Cover by DAVID FINCH
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Posted originally: 2009-09-22 10:39:03