MK did very little throughout the story. Somewhere around issue 3 or 4 (I don't have my copies in front of me) he and Black Widow are revealed to be hiding in one of Nick Fury's bunkers in California. Moon Knight kills a looter and a couple ultron drones with a sniper rifle, then heads to the Savage Land with Natasha. After that, he just kind of fades into the background.
What's kind of funny is MK turns out to be one of only a very few characters who both survive Ultron's takeover and get left in a now-broken timestream. If they ever revisit the Age of Ultron splinter universe, the world is going to have to be saved by Moon Knight, Kazar and, like, six or seven other B-Z list heroes.
: I read #10 last week and whilst he was in the
: background, he did absolutely nothing.
: I wouldn't be surprised if the edits told
: the artist, "put as many characters in
: this thing as you can. the completist's will
: snap them up."
: Sadly, I am one of those people.
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: I'm curious about this, too. Is there any
: reason for a Moon Knight fan to want to read
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: I did not get to read Age of Ultron yet.So
: dose moon knight do anything or was he just
: in the background?
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