Okay so the issue opens up just as the previous two have, with Marc in the thick of things. It follows through with the succesful formula of, identifying the problem, developing course of action, solution, and then well he ends up wearing the much teased bird skull gear. Under the guidance of Khonshu Marc utilizes his vast collection of Egyptian armaments (assuming the were embued with spiritual strength) to combat the ghost punks, taking the "fight fire with fire" motif and running with it. The resolution is as quick and sweet as the "Sniper" had been and with very little dialogue during the confrontation (ghosts are poor listeners.) Personally this issue earned a B+ to an A where this series can still be even better. Ellis, Shalvey and Bellaire make these seemingly unbelievable situations relatively grounded while keeping it fun and fresh. They have also begun re-establishing Marc's modus operandi, favoring his ability to police the supernatural New York as a mortal man. With all of that said, I think the lack of a supporting cast outside Flint is ok for the moment as we can focus on Moon Knight's inner strengths and struggles. He is hardy and formidable by himself (enough to be recruited for The Watchers murder investigation). Other than the small scope so far, there isn't much more we need ask for in future issues.