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Moon Knight Special Edition (1983) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Moon Knight Special Edition (1983) 1

    Wrap around cover by Bill Sienkiewicz. "The Big Blackmail." 20 pages. Reprinted from Hulk Magazine (1978) #13. Story by Doug Moench. Pencils by Bill Sienkiewicz. Inks by Josef Rubenstein. Moon Knight is the courier delivering the money to retrieve a stolen statue. Then it becomes more than a simple exchange as terrorists become involved. Then some plutonium is stolen. Things just got a lot more complicated. "The Moon Knight Portfolio." 7 pages of pin ups of Moon Knight and his supporting cast by Bill Sienkiewicz. "Countdown to Dark." 21 pages. Reprinted from Hulk Magazine (1978) #14. Story by Doug Moench. Pencils by Bill Sienkiewicz. Inks by Bob McLeod. Moon Knight tracks down the man responsible for the plutonium theft. Strange thing is, he wants nothing more than revenge on the world that has shunned him for a childhood deformity. 48 pages. Full color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #2
    Moon Knight Special Edition (1983) 2

    Wrap around cover by Bill Sienkiewicz. "An eclipse, waning." 10 pages. Reprinted from Hulk Magazine (1978) #15. Story by Doug Moench. Pencils by Bill Sienkiewicz. Inks by Bob McLeod. Visiting a friend in the country, Moon Knight uses the darkness of an eclipse to stalk intruders on the grounds. While searching he meets… something. "An eclipse… waxing." 10 pages. Reprinted from Hulk Magazine (1978) #15. Story by Doug Moench. Pencils by Bill Sienkiewicz. Inks by Bob McLeod. The previous tale is told from the viewpoint of the… something Moon Knight met. A something that just happens to be the Incredible Hulk. "Nights Born Ten Years Gone." 29 pages. Part 1 of 2. Reprinted from Hulk Magazine (1978) issues 17 and 18. Story by Doug Moench. Pencils by Bill Sienkiewicz. Inks by Klaus Janson. A madman is killing nurses with a hatchet. Moon Knight is determined to stop him, and even more so when Marlene volunteers to act as bait. Even worse, Moon Knight discovers the killer is someone very close to him. 48 pages. Full color. Cover price $2.00.

  • Issue #3
    Moon Knight Special Edition (1983) 3

    Wrap around cover by Bill Sienkiewicz. "A Long Way to Dawn." Part 2 of 2. 7 pages. Reprinted from Hulk Magazine (1978) #20. Story by Doug Moench. Art by Bill Sienkiewicz. Moon Knight fights crime and searches his soul as he awaits word as to whether Marlene will survive the injuries she received at the hands of the hatchet man. "The Mind Thieves." 40 pages. Reprinted from Marvel Preview (1975) Magazine #21. Story by Doug Moench. Pencils by Bill Sienkiewicz. Inks by Tom Palmer, Dan Green and Bill Sienkiewicz. A large box delivered to Marc Spector contains a corpse. The body is a former CIA associate of Spectors. The last place the two were together was an asylum in Montreal. This trail leads Moon Knight to the depths of government mind control experiments, and the ultimate product of those experiments, a man called Cobra. 48 pages. Full color. Cover price $2.00.