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Is Moon Knight teasing a secret third personality or a comics cameo?

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with the fourth episode knight of the moon It’s done really well as a series, but the show doesn’t lack secrets to reveal or twists to tease. Tomb had new characters, new places, and a whole new interpretation of Mark Spector and Stephen Grant’s messy relationship. And at the same time, it revealed something else, giving viewers a clear clue that a third person was sneaking around the edges of the program.

[Ed. note: This piece contains spoilers for Moon Knight through episode 4, “The Tomb.”]

A mysterious sarcophagus stands mysteriously in the room of Moon Knight's all-white asylum.

Image: Marvel Studios

“The Grave” ends with Mark being trapped in what appears to be his own mental space in the form of a dry white mental organ torn right out of Marvel’s mental space. knight of the moon manga. Shortly after Mark finds Stephen in the sarcophagus, and just before they both scream and run to the hippo-headed Egyptian goddess Taweret, they pass by another room containing the sarcophagus.

This is much more terrifying. Standing upright and swaying from side to side, as if someone was trapped inside, they of course pass through it undisturbed. Having a third personality that shares Marc and Steven’s body is the most obvious hint of the series, but not the first.

it came in knight of the moonIn the second episode of “The Friendly Type,” Steven experiences a power outage while fighting Arthur Harrow’s men and wakes up to learn that they’ve all been violently subdued, and Marc doesn’t remember who killed the man. As in “The Grave” knight of the moon You quickly move away from this revelation without thinking about it.

But for the savvy viewer, all other Steven outages that Marc hasn’t checked out himself could be problematic. Was it really Mark that Marc, who had recently abandoned her because he was concerned about his wife’s safety, asked Steven’s cute colleague to go out? And if not, who did it?

Who are the other Moon Knight characters?

Various characters of Moon Knight (from left to right: Mark Spector, Jake Lockley, Stephen Grant, and Moon Knight).

Image: Doug Moench, Bill Senkiewicz/Marvel Comics

Throughout the history of Marvel Comics, Mark Spector’s head has been owned by many (including in 2011). knight of the moon Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev’s series, characters based on Spider-Man, Captain America and Wolverine). However, in the character’s first cartoon, he only had three aspects: Mark Spector, Stephen Grant, and Jake Lockley.

Three personalities that enable the hero to live at all levels of superhero society: a trained mercenary, Moon Knight/Marc Spector, who transforms into a vigilante/avatar, a fully-funded billionaire Steven Grant, and Salt-of-the-Earth Taxi driver Jake Lockley to spy on the criminal underworld.

Will Jake Lockley appear in Moon Knight?

It’s hard to say. now we all yes really About the secret third person you know knight of the moon On Disney Plus, they’re far more violent than Marc’s, and they don’t exactly fit into Jake’s comic book version.

But the show’s Steven is far from the comic’s intrepid billionaire. We may also see a fully revamped Jake. Or you can see the completely original character locked in this sarcophagus.

Either way, with only two episodes and a gruesome white exile to escape, knight of the moon You can’t keep this secret under a (mummy) cover much longer.


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Is Moon Knight teasing a secret third personality or a comics cameo?

Image: Marvel Studios
With its fourth episode, Moon Knight has really hit its stride as a series, but the show hasn’t run out of secrets to reveal or twists to tease. “The Tomb” had new characters, new locations, and a whole new way of looking at Marc Spector and Steven Grant’s messy relationship. And it revealed something else at the same time, by giving viewers the obvious hint that there is a third personality sneaking around the edges of the show.
[Ed. note: This piece contains spoilers for Moon Knight through episode 4, “The Tomb.”]

Image: Marvel Studios
“The Tomb” concludes with Marc trapped in what appears to be his own mental space, in the form of a sterile, white mental hospital ripped straight from Marvel’s own Moon Knight comics. Just after Marc finds Steven inside a stone sarcophagus, and just before they both run screaming into the hippo-headed Egyptian goddess Taweret, they pass by another room with a sarcophagus in it.
This one’s a lot creepier, standing upright and shaking from side to side as if someone was trapped in it, and they understandably pass it by unmolested. It’s the series’ most obvious hint so far that there is a third personality sharing Marc and Steven’s body, but it’s not the first.
That came in Moon Knight’s second episode, “The Friendly Type,” when Steven experiences a blackout while battling some minions of Arthur Harrow’s and wakes up to find they have all been violently subdued — and Marc has no memory of killing the men either. As in “The Tomb,” Moon Knight moves swiftly on from that revelation without dwelling on it.
But for the savvy viewer, this could call into question every other one of Steven’s blackouts that Marc has not directly corroborated. Was it really Marc, who recently left his wife because he fears for her safety, who asked Steven’s cute coworker out on a date? And if not, who did?
Who are Moon Knight’s other personalities?

Image: Doug Moench, Bill Senkiewicz/Marvel Comics
In the course of Marvel Comics history, Marc Spector’s head has belonged to many people (including, in 2011’s Moon Knight series from Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev, personalities based on Spider-Man, Captain America, and Wolverine). But in the character’s first comics, he had only three aspects: Marc Spector, Steven Grant, and Jake Lockley.
The three personalities allowed the hero to have a life in every strata of superhero society: Moon Knight/Marc Spector as the trained mercenary-turned-vigilante/avatar, Steven Grant as the billionaire who funded all that, and salt-of-the-earth cab driver Jake Lockley, to keep tabs on the criminal underworld.
Is Jake Lockley in Moon Knight?
It’s hard to say. Right now all we really know about the secret third personality in Moon Knight on Disney Plus is that they are even more violently capable than Marc, and that doesn’t exactly fit with the comics version of Jake.
But then again, the Steven of the show is a far cry from the suave billionaire of the comics. We could be looking at a total retread of Jake as well — or a completely original personality locked up in that sarcophagus.
Either way, with only two episodes to go and a creepy white asylum to escape from, Moon Knight can’t keep this secret under (mummy) wraps for much longer.

#Moon #Knight #teasing #secret #personality #comics #cameo

Is Moon Knight teasing a secret third personality or a comics cameo?

Image: Marvel Studios
With its fourth episode, Moon Knight has really hit its stride as a series, but the show hasn’t run out of secrets to reveal or twists to tease. “The Tomb” had new characters, new locations, and a whole new way of looking at Marc Spector and Steven Grant’s messy relationship. And it revealed something else at the same time, by giving viewers the obvious hint that there is a third personality sneaking around the edges of the show.
[Ed. note: This piece contains spoilers for Moon Knight through episode 4, “The Tomb.”]

Image: Marvel Studios
“The Tomb” concludes with Marc trapped in what appears to be his own mental space, in the form of a sterile, white mental hospital ripped straight from Marvel’s own Moon Knight comics. Just after Marc finds Steven inside a stone sarcophagus, and just before they both run screaming into the hippo-headed Egyptian goddess Taweret, they pass by another room with a sarcophagus in it.
This one’s a lot creepier, standing upright and shaking from side to side as if someone was trapped in it, and they understandably pass it by unmolested. It’s the series’ most obvious hint so far that there is a third personality sharing Marc and Steven’s body, but it’s not the first.
That came in Moon Knight’s second episode, “The Friendly Type,” when Steven experiences a blackout while battling some minions of Arthur Harrow’s and wakes up to find they have all been violently subdued — and Marc has no memory of killing the men either. As in “The Tomb,” Moon Knight moves swiftly on from that revelation without dwelling on it.
But for the savvy viewer, this could call into question every other one of Steven’s blackouts that Marc has not directly corroborated. Was it really Marc, who recently left his wife because he fears for her safety, who asked Steven’s cute coworker out on a date? And if not, who did?
Who are Moon Knight’s other personalities?

Image: Doug Moench, Bill Senkiewicz/Marvel Comics
In the course of Marvel Comics history, Marc Spector’s head has belonged to many people (including, in 2011’s Moon Knight series from Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev, personalities based on Spider-Man, Captain America, and Wolverine). But in the character’s first comics, he had only three aspects: Marc Spector, Steven Grant, and Jake Lockley.
The three personalities allowed the hero to have a life in every strata of superhero society: Moon Knight/Marc Spector as the trained mercenary-turned-vigilante/avatar, Steven Grant as the billionaire who funded all that, and salt-of-the-earth cab driver Jake Lockley, to keep tabs on the criminal underworld.
Is Jake Lockley in Moon Knight?
It’s hard to say. Right now all we really know about the secret third personality in Moon Knight on Disney Plus is that they are even more violently capable than Marc, and that doesn’t exactly fit with the comics version of Jake.
But then again, the Steven of the show is a far cry from the suave billionaire of the comics. We could be looking at a total retread of Jake as well — or a completely original personality locked up in that sarcophagus.
Either way, with only two episodes to go and a creepy white asylum to escape from, Moon Knight can’t keep this secret under (mummy) wraps for much longer.

#Moon #Knight #teasing #secret #personality #comics #cameo


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