2) The Bottom
3) Hatchet-Man (Hulk! #17, 18 & 20)
4) Music Box (v.1 #31-32)
5) Lupinar (Hulk! #11-14)
Man, that was hard. "God & Country" and the Werewolf arc are very closely behind.
: Good list. I agree with some of yours. This
: was fun looking back over all the previous
: storylines and picking the best. I tended to
: favor the old school stories a bit more.
: Here's my list:
: 1) Moon Knight vs. The Werewolf by Night
: (from Moon Knight v1 #29-30)
: 2) Moon Knight vs. Morpheus (from Moon
: Knight v1 #22-23)
: 3) The Bottom (Moon Knight 2006 Series #1-6)
: 4) Scarlet Redemption (Marc Spector: Moon
: Knight #26-31)
: 5) High Strangers (Moon Knight High
: Strangers Limited Series #1-4)
: Storyline #5 on my list is kinda "out
: there" and weird for MK because of the
: aliens and conspiracy angles to the story.
: But is a very underated series and a lot of
: fun. Plus, it's written by Moench and
: resembles the good old Moon Knight
: mental-game type of stories of his first
: series in the early 80s.
: - khonshu
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: Here's mine, how bout yours???
: 1) The Bottom
: 2) God and Country
: 3) Scarlett Redemption
: 4) Divided We Stand
: 5) Ultimate Knights (Ultimate Spider-Man
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