I agree with Bthomasusmc. Huston and Benson did some great stuff with the character. Hurwitz on the other hand, not so much.
At this point, I think the only way to "save" Moon Knight (short of us raising enough money to pay Marvel to never stop publishing the book,) is to make him a regularly featured member on a prominent team. I'm not talking about this Secret Avengers thing where he shows up once every six issues. I mean damn near every issue. That said, I think the Thunderbolts would be a good place for him.
T-bolts has always been about the redemption of bad guys, and Marc knows about doing terrible things even if he's never been a super villain. If Cage steps down from handling the team, I think a great evolution for Moon Knight would be to see him chase his own redemption by trying to reform a team of crooks.
: Charlie Huston and Mike Benson had, hands
: down, the BEST MK run Since the 80's.
: Without Huston's ressurection of the
: character from Marvels attic this site would
: not even exist.
: --Previous Message--
: In my opinion ever since Charlie Huston
: completely ruined the character in 2006 Moon
: Knight has just gotten worse and worse. So
: my question is how to bring Moon Knight back
: to his kick ass self? Please respond with
: your ideas because they can't be any worse
: then the staff at Marvels.
: I'll start you off. KILL OFF MARC SPECTER.
: His continuity is beyond repair. The only
: way to fix this is to start from scratch.
: When Marc is dead Konshu will need a new
: This new avatar can fight crime with the use
: of several personae including Cabbie Jake
: Lochley, Millionaire Stephen Grant, and
: Mercenary...Marc Specter.
: Okay now your ideas?
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