A crew of aliens called the Sligs kidnap the WCA and force them into another dimension to fight a robot in order to test their abilities. Every time an Avenger beats the robot, they build another stronger robot to try and beat the next contender. The dimension looks like a vast starscape with multiple moons and planets and various generic space stuff. Moon Knight is the last of the team to fight the robot and he seems a little concerned until Khonshu's voice reminds him the presence of so many full moons has actually increased his strength to the point where he is at least as strong as Iron Man and Wonder Man combined. Moon Knight then laughs maniacally as he shreds the robot into confetti-sized scraps of metal. The whole story was pretty ridiculous, but I've always wondered if Marvel would keep the same idea (more moons=more strength) if Khonshu ever returned MK's lunar-based powers.
: i really don't see how a MK:The End story
: could be done due to the resurrection issue,
: unless Konshu is involved in some twilight
: of the gods kind of story and is destroyed,
: MK will be as timeless as the Moon itself.
: Or that might be a possible arc, what if the
: Moon is destroyed, how would that effect
: Konshu and thus Marc?
: --Previous Message--
: Technically, Marc Spector: Moon Knight ended
: with a "death of Moon Knight"
: story. The build-up to the event was pretty
: ridiculous and involved a bunch of lame
: characters who will hopefully never return,
: but it did get one thing right. Granted,
: the threat to the world was never clearly
: defined and only MK and his closest friends
: knew about it so it didn't even cause a blip
: on the radar of any other hero on the planet
: (frankly, it reads like the climax of a
: Michael Bay film) but, in the end, depsite
: all his past mistakes and madness, Marc
: Spector died a hero.
: One thing it gets me thinking about is this:
: When a well-known or popular hero dies in
: the Marvel Universe, you'll typically get at
: least few panels depicting a funeral
: attended by various costumed heroes sharing
: their memories of the character. I've got a
: feeling if Moon Knight died, not many heroes
: would attend his funeral. The guy just
: doesn't seem to have any friends in the
: community. Spider-Man might show up because
: he's the kind of guy who shows up to his
: enemies' funerals, and Punisher might raise
: a glass to Marc from some dank bar while
: he's on a mission but I don't see MK getting
: the kind of attendance as a guy like Cap or
: the Wasp got when they died. I wonder if
: they'd hold a Jewish ceremony at the
: --Previous Message--
: A good ending for Moon Knight would involve
: Marc either completely coming to terms with
: his own sanity or completely losing himself
: to his lack of it. Either he is united with
: all his friends or he is the last one of
: them left. The main thing is that regardless
: of his mind, he will always have to be Moon
: --Previous Message--
: I believe there was something odd like that
: written out at some point but never put to
: print, where MK is dying of cancer and his
: daughter is going to take up the role of MK.
: I thought it sort of offensive. The
: character deserves cancer? It seemed
: unnecessary, but it never made it to a book,
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