MOON KNIGHT #9
BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (W) • ALEX MALEEV (A/C)
• MOON KNIGHT throws down with the KINGPIN OF LOS ANGELES!
• The Battle for LA’s Soul claims a life – one that will be felt throughout the Marvel U, all the way to Avengers Tower!
• Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev continue the adventures of Marvel’s Psyche-Splitting Superstar!
32 PGS./Rated T+ ...$3.99
So who's it going to be? My first thought was Echo because I really like her and I figure it would be my luck Bendis would decide to off her. However, she's such an unknown among Marvel's hero population, her death would hardly "be felt throughout the Marvel U." Still, she's got some Avengers connections so I don't think she's off the hook.
Could it be Moon Knight himself? He's not a huge player in the MU, but he's an Avenger and he's worked with a lot of heroes in the past. Maybe this is how they're going to cancel the book and put the character to bed.
What if it's Marlene? Sure, nobody really knows her outside of MK's circle of friends, but her death might push Marc over the edge, causing him to do something that reopens some wounds left over from Civil War. That seems trite, too soon and not likely to happen, but it's a thought.
It also seems way too soon to kill off Nefaria himself, but maybe this is how they're going to establish Moon Knight as a serious player?
Unless the death turns out to be Ultron somehow being irrevocably destroyed or some unnamed guest hero shows up to take a bullet, I'm thinking MK or Echo are the most likely to die. Crap.
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