Aaron and Craig discuss Moon Knight. The discussion covers and multiple personalities, MCU uniqueness and how to categorise Gods.
“Gods and Monsters”
Moon Knight concludes its first -and possibly only- season with an epic battle against Harrow and the newly freed Amit as well as a resolution of the conflicted Marc/Stephen relationship.
Moon Knight explores the inner trauma of Marc and Steven as they navigate an asylum unsure what reality is.
Moon Knight has two parties embroiled in a race to find Ammit as uncomfortable truths become known to Layla.
“The Friendly Type”
Moon Knight steps up the adventure as Marc takes control to find Ammit’s tomb before Harrow.
“Summon the Suit”
Moon Knight continues to play up the duality of Steven Grant and the mysterious Marc Spector as more details start to come to light.
“The Goldfish Problem”
A museum gift shop employee deals with unexplainable goings on in his life that call his sanity into question in Moon Knight.
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