- I am Moon Shade -- Moon Knight to the highest power!!
- -- Moon Shade
Appearing in "Multiverse Madness!"
- Dark Moon (Only appearance; dies)
- Moonfang (Only appearance; dies)
- Grey Wing (Only appearance; dies)
- Crescent Moon (Only appearance; dies)
- Ivory (Only appearance)
- (Only appearance)Moon Ghost (Only appearance; dies)
- Dino-Knight (Only appearance; dies)
- Moon Maid (Only appearance; dies)
- Moon Man (Only appearance)
- Moon Boy (Only appearance)
- Moon Shade
- Nova doppelganger
- Thing doppelganger
- Speedball doppelganger
- Black Knight doppelganger
- Strong Guy doppelganger
- Franklin Richards doppelganger
- US Agent (John Walker)
- Gambit (Remy LeBeau)
- Firestar (Angelica Jones)
- Franklin Richards
- Frenchie (Jean-Paul Duchamp)
- Marlene Alraune
- Ellen Brosterman
- Earth-84929 (Moon Ghost Reality)
- Earth-92051 (Dino Knight Reality)
- Earth-9134 (Mr. Spector Reality)
- Earth-9209 (Dark Moon Reality)
- Earth-9251 (Mermaid Moon Reality)
- Earth-42992 (Moon Man Reality)
Synopsis for "Multiverse Madness!"
Moon Shade explains that he has stolen power from Franklin Richards and the Franklin Richards doppelganger. This allows him to absorb most of the Moon Knights in the multiverse. Moon Shade travels to various alternate universes to drain the remaining counterparts, with Marc Spector in tow. He fights and kills at least seven counterparts. Spector deduces that Moon Shade is vulnerable to adamantium, and manages to destory the doppelganger with his electrified bo staff.
This story includes characters inspired by THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS, BATMAN & DRACULA: RED RAIN, BATMAN: HOLY TERROR, THE SPIRIT, SPACE GHOST, and the 1950s BATMAN.
Links and References
- Profiles for Moon Shade and the multiversal counterparts, Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe
- First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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