So I’ve been thinking about how great a Moon Knight show would be and going back to hone the ideas I already had. I even wrote an entire pitch for the show. There is around a zero percent probability I would be able to pitch this to Marvel/Disney, however, so I’m posting it here to show you. It’s just an itch I needed…
This is a great video to watch. It explains not just the story, but the emotional and thematic depth to it. (Also, you should really read it.)
I know, I know. I already did this one, but this time, I’m adding in all new, all fake episodes, too.
So I’ve already gone through what I thought were the best returning comics of 2016. Now it’s time for the best comics that started in 2016. Yes, this does mean that some of these comics only have two or three issues out, but if so, it just means those two or three issues are really goddamn good.
This week, I finished reading through the two Epic Collections of Moon Knight, “Bad Moon Rising” and “Shadows of the Moon.” Together, they collect all of Moon Knight’s appearances (barring cameos) from his first appearance in Werewolf by Night #32 to Moon Knight vol 1 #23. And they create an intricate, expressionistic…
The All-New, All-Different Marvel officially launched in October 2015, meaning that it has now been nine months since it began. However, Marvel is already preparing for their next relaunch in the wake of Civil War II called Marvel NOW. So let’s take a look back at all the All-New, All-Different books and check out…
This week on Hypothetical TV, we explore Marvel’s Moon Knight, a show that doesn’t exist currently. But here on Hypothetical TV, we don’t bother ourselves with things that exist. We only ask, “What if?”
Marvel has been slowly releasing information about the books of their All-New, All-Different Marvel relaunch, but today, at the Baltimore Retailer SUmmit, they released information about three new books at the same time.
So Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey’s epic run on Moon Knight is over. It lasted six issues and included crazy killers, punk ghosts, weird dreamscapes, and a Giant Fucking Bird Skull. And even though we are sad to see it end, we are happy we got to read it in the first place.