There are some pretty strong Moon Knight moments in West Coast Avengers. If you ever read Moon Knight's appearances in the Defenders, you get to see his story come full circle with Scorpio, the brother of Nick Fury, wielder of the Scorpio Key and leader of Zodiac. Here are few more highlights I remember:
1. MK's first fight going solo against the entire Graveyard Shift.
2. Some of the few times you see the actual god Khonshu who isn't a figment of Marc's imagination interacting with other people.
3. Moon Knight uses crazy to defeat Dominus, a villain with mind control powers.
4. Moon Knight & Tigra dating (which actually turns out to kind of creepy when they reveal what's going on with Marc.)
5. Moon Knight breaks the "Avengers don't kill" rule when he hunts down Cornelius Van Lunt, the original Taurus.
6. Khonshu and Kristoff Doom (a child Doom imprinted with his own personality and memories who subsequently stole his throne out from under him) meet and have a conversation, which ends up working out pretty well for the team.
: I personally love it. That was the first book
: that I saw MK in and then I got hooked
: --Previous Message--
: There's some good stuff in there. It goes
: heavy into Moon Knight's superpowers. This
: was during that brief time when Khonshu gave
: him super strength depending on the phases
: of the moon.
: I personally prefer him without, but it's
: interesting to see him interact with other
: heroes like Iron Man and Tigra.
: --Previous Message--
: The West Coast Avengers vol 2 omnibus has
: Moon Knight appearances. My question is what
: should I expect from the book? Is it good or
: bad, What are some of the storylines? I have
: never read the West Coast Avengers book.
: Thank you.
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