Spector of Hope (Moon Knight #198 Review)

Writer – Max Bemis

Penciler – Jacen Burrows

Inker – Guillermo Ortego

Colorist – Matt Milla

Letterer – Cory Petit

Cover Artist – Becky Cloonan

Editor – Jake Thomas

 

SUMMARY

 

Moon Knight is tested by the The Société des Sadiques to see if he will become the monster they believe him to be. He must pass through several trials and fight against the many personalities that inhabit his mind.

 

MY THOUGHTS

 

This is an excellent issue in the Moon Knight series. What it lacks in action it makes up for in brilliant characterization and development. We delve into the mind of Marc Spector and see how his personalities twist and contort his judgment- as well as how he rises above them. The art is enjoyable as well. The use of a bold color palette allows the Characters to stand out on the page and is pleasing to the eye. However, many of the backgrounds are too basic to really help you appreciate the art to its fullest. The ending is also really touching, and I can’t wait to see what comes next from this series.

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