I love Moon Knight. Love him. And I also love the writer of this book, Gregg Hurwitz. His "FoolKiller" mini-series were amazing and got me hooked on his writing. Here though, it's a mixed bag. Gregg Hurwitz, either doesn't do super-heroes, or has only half an idea of what they are. I think because this is his first "super-hero" book, he tried to combine stuff from the 2 most popular heroes right now, Iron-Man and Batman. Read the comic and you'll see how MK's costume looks alot like Batman's in "The Dark Knight". Or how his armor floats and assembles itself like Iron-Man's Extremis armor. I get why he did it, but I wish he hadn't. The other stuff is good though. MK is a damaged man, like psycho damaged. And Hurwitz uses that in the story as Jake Lockley becomes the main personality while at the same time tries to redeem himself from his past. As Moon Knight tries to be more heroic, Khonshu keeps trying to get him to relapse to his violent and bloody ways. Also, Jake tries to reconnect with all his past friends who have taken some hits while he's been gone. That's the stuff that makes the story good, the whole redeemption angle works because it tyes into MK's insanity. But it doesn't compensate for the rest of the stains that go with the "rebooted" Moon Knight. I still can't decide if I love or hate this book, but I do know I like the previous run better. The art is decent, I have no compliants with it, but I wish Khonshu's new look was more egyptian, instead He looks kinda fake and less intimadating. One more gripe with the book though: "Vengeance of the Moon Knight". It's an awesome title, I love it. But it's kinda misleading since MK doesn't really do anything proactive about the guy that ran him out of New York, Norman Osborn. He does alittle, throws a minor wrench in his operation, but that's it. I would've thought the main focus would be MK going all out against Norman, but I think Deadpool poses more of a threat than Moon Knight, which makes sense but come on. This series only lasted 10 issues, not the shortest MK series, but second shortest. If you like the "Marc Specter: Moon Knight" series, this might be up your alley since they're similar in tone I think. But if you like the deranged Moon Knight, with the creepy stories and dark attitude, look for the older series.