MOON KNIGHT EPIC COLLECTION: THE TRIAL OF MARC SPECTOR

Illustrated by Sal Velluto, Marvel Various
Cover Design or Artwork by Mark Bagley
Paperback
$44.99 US
0"W x 0"H x 0"D   | 13 oz | 16 per carton
On sale Oct 08, 2024 | 472 Pages | 9781302959593
| Rated T
FOC Jul 29, 2024 | Catalog June 2024
Crimes from his mercenary past return to haunt Moon Knight in this thrilling Epic Collection that concludes one of Moon Knight's most popular eras!

As Acts of Vengeance from a dark alliance of villains wreak havoc on the Marvel Universe, Moon Knight deals with chaos on the streets — and faces unfamiliar foes including Flag-Smasher, Killer Shrike and the Ringer! Marc Spector joins deadly mercenaries to free Burunda from its ruthless dictator: his old nemesis, Bushman! But the lethal Arsenal is out to kill them both! Then, Marc’s history catches up with him as he’s put on trial, accused of murder! No matter what the jury decides, the shadowy Secret Empire will declare a death sentence! To take down this sinister organization, Moon Knight will need some help from Spider-Man and the Punisher — but soon it will be time for payback on whoever tried to ruin Marc’s life!

COLLECTING: Marc Spector: Moon Knight (1989) 8-25, material from Punisher Annual (1988) 2
Chuck Dixon wrote several limited series for Marvel’s Epic imprint, the long-running ’Nam series and multiple Punisher titles. When he set the Punisher against DC’s grimmest character in the one-shot Punisher/Batman, Dixon set the stage for his writing tenure on virtually every Batman-related title: Batgirl, Detective Comics, GCPD, Nightwing, Robin and more. Dixon’s other Marvel work includes What If?, Marvel Knights and Hawkeye.

Sal Velluto penciled several issues of Marc Spector: Moon Knight and most of Christopher Priest’s Black Panther run, the latter with his friend and frequent collaborator Bob Almond on inks; later, he contributed to the limited series Doctor Voodoo. At DC, he drew Firebrand and Justice League Task Force. His additional work includes Acclaim's Bloodshot, Continuity's Armor, Now's Green Hornet and Penny-Farthing's Captain Gravity.

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Crimes from his mercenary past return to haunt Moon Knight in this thrilling Epic Collection that concludes one of Moon Knight's most popular eras!

As Acts of Vengeance from a dark alliance of villains wreak havoc on the Marvel Universe, Moon Knight deals with chaos on the streets — and faces unfamiliar foes including Flag-Smasher, Killer Shrike and the Ringer! Marc Spector joins deadly mercenaries to free Burunda from its ruthless dictator: his old nemesis, Bushman! But the lethal Arsenal is out to kill them both! Then, Marc’s history catches up with him as he’s put on trial, accused of murder! No matter what the jury decides, the shadowy Secret Empire will declare a death sentence! To take down this sinister organization, Moon Knight will need some help from Spider-Man and the Punisher — but soon it will be time for payback on whoever tried to ruin Marc’s life!

COLLECTING: Marc Spector: Moon Knight (1989) 8-25, material from Punisher Annual (1988) 2

Creators

Chuck Dixon wrote several limited series for Marvel’s Epic imprint, the long-running ’Nam series and multiple Punisher titles. When he set the Punisher against DC’s grimmest character in the one-shot Punisher/Batman, Dixon set the stage for his writing tenure on virtually every Batman-related title: Batgirl, Detective Comics, GCPD, Nightwing, Robin and more. Dixon’s other Marvel work includes What If?, Marvel Knights and Hawkeye.

Sal Velluto penciled several issues of Marc Spector: Moon Knight and most of Christopher Priest’s Black Panther run, the latter with his friend and frequent collaborator Bob Almond on inks; later, he contributed to the limited series Doctor Voodoo. At DC, he drew Firebrand and Justice League Task Force. His additional work includes Acclaim's Bloodshot, Continuity's Armor, Now's Green Hornet and Penny-Farthing's Captain Gravity.