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Appearing in "Explosion at the Center of a Madman's Crown"

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Synopsis for "Explosion at the Center of a Madman's Crown"

Brynocki used voice projectors and robots to give the impression that Mordillo was still alive and speaking. He used this ruse to fool impressionable people into believing that his master had overcome death. The fools created a cult to worship Mordillo, called the Golden Dawn.

According to Black Jack Tarr, the cult was bilking money from its members, and brainwashing them into becoming sleeper agents. They were trained to become custom-made terrorists who would eventually be released against targets in Europe, Japan, and the United States of America.

Moon Knight and Shang-Chi joined forces to investigate the cult, since several youths had been recruited into the cult and disappeared. Among them was a trainee of Spector Corps' London Division, who absconded with embezzled funds from the company and possibly industrial secrets as well. The heroes had to make their way through Brynocki's traps and robotic attacks. They discovered Mordillo's skeleton sitting upon a platform. The heroes destroyed the platform, revealing Brynocki who was hiding beneath it.

The cultists were disillusioned and came back to their senses. Brynocki attacked the two heroes, but a swift kick from Shang-Chi decapitated him. To escape capture, Brynocki activated a self-destruct mechanism. Blowing himself and the skeleton to pieces.

Appearing in "Moon Blight The Motion Picture"

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  • Mr. Griffin
  • The Ancient-looking Egyptians who helped Moon Blight (Only in flashback)
  • Khonshu Egyptian god
  • Frenchie
  • Marlene

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Synopsis for "Moon Blight The Motion Picture"

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The issue contains a Moon Knight cover gallery featuring alternate versions of the hero. The concept was that Moon Knight has been published since the Golden Age and featured in many titles. Featured are the covers to:

  • Moon Knight #94. Titled "The Pool Shark's Prize Plunder!". A Golden Age Moon Knight issue, based on a Batman cover.
  • The Macabre Moon Knight #1. With no title given. A Silver Age Moon Knight issue based on one of Marvel's Tales of Suspense-type books.
  • There Goes Moon Knight: Fist of Konshu!#17. Titled "Danger on the Desert Sands". Based on Silver Age Daredevil covers.
  • Journey into Mythology with Moon Knight #25. Titled "Lo, There Shall Come... Khonshu!". Based on a Silver Age issue of Journey into Mystery.
  • The Mysterious Moon Knight #80. Titled "Horror Is the Hobgoblin!". Featuring Moon knight facing Hobgoblin. Based on Silver Age Amazing Spider-Man comics.

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