: I like what you guys said about Khonshu being
: another personality for Marc. It's solid and
: makes a lot of sense considering.
: BUT, that said, I would love to see Rubin
: Davis (a.k.a. Zohar) become the second
: avatar of Khonshu. Considering the ties
: Davis had with Marc's father. Add his
: hatred for Marc and those who try to seek
: the forbidden knowledge of the Kabbalah, I
: think Zohar could be easily
: "enslaved" by Khonshu and thereby
: continue the irony of a Jewish character in
: servitude to an Egyptian god.
: I would love to see Davis come back
: especially since Marc has relinquished
: Khonshu and his Marc Spector personality.
: --Previous Message--
: I've definitely got to agree here. I love
: Moon Knight because of the different
: personalities and uncertainty about what's
: actually going on in his head. As far as
: I'm concerned, Khonshu is another
: personality, just not one that Marc acts
: out, and to actually say one way or another
: would drastically change the character of
: Moon Knight, and preclude any interesting
: stories to come that may deal with the
: --Previous Message--
: I still say Khonsu isn't real and its all in
: Marc's head. Therefore having the
: "character" Khonsu actually find
: another physical avatar is impossible and
: not going to happen.
: Marc might think thats whats happening, but
: that's not whats actually going to happen.
: Even if Khonsu is real, the whole character
: of Moon Knight only works because the reader
: is unsure, and they are constantly changing
: their opinion (much like everyone else in
: the Marvel Universe who encounters Moon
: Knight). For them to have the
: "character" actually leave Moon
: Knight for somebody else...well, that would
: just kill the character completly.
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