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Appearing in "An Eclipse, Waning"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Hulk! #15.

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  • Lenny
  • Ace
  • unnamed thug

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  • Jason

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  • Jason's country home

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Synopsis for "An Eclipse, Waning"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Hulk! #15.

Marc Spector is driving up the countryside to watch the lunar eclipse with his eccentric astronomer friend Jason. Seeing some suspicious characters hanging outside the home, Marc decides to check things out as Moon Knight and excuses himself.

He learns that they are crooks planning on robbing his friend Jason's home, and so quickly makes short work of them, but notices that they have been spooked by something else out in the woods. Trying to find his way back in the eclipse, Moon Knight has a brief run in with the Hulk, even though he doesn't realize it. Returning to Jason's home and changing back to his civilian identity, Marc has to deal with Jason who is upset that Marc missed the entire lunar event.

Appearing in "An Eclipse, Waxing"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Hulk! #15.

Featured Characters:

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Antagonists:

  • Lenny
  • Ace
  • unnamed thug

Other Characters:

  • Jason

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  • Jason's country home

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Synopsis for "An Eclipse, Waxing"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Hulk! #15.

Walking across the countryside, Bruce Banner enjoys the quiet moonlight. However, he runs into crooks that are planning on robbing a nearby house, and so they decide to kill Bruce, so that there are no witnesses. This doesn't go too well as Bruce transforms into the Hulk, who is able to send the crooks fleeing. In fleeing they also encounter the Moon Knight who is also in the area. During a lunar eclipse, it gets so dark that the two super-beings cross paths without even knowing it. After the eclipse, the Hulk originally upset that the moon disappeared, is happy that it's back and continues to walk across the countryside.

Appearing in "Nights Born Ten Years Gone"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Hulk! #17.

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  • Rudy
  • Jeanie
  • NYPD
  • Lisa (Only appearance; dies)[1] (Only in flashback)

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Synopsis for "Nights Born Ten Years Gone"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Hulk! #17.

Investigating a series of murders of nurses by an assailant known as the "Hatchet Man", Moon Knight realizes it's someone he knows. He tells Marlene about Rand, a fellow mercenary from ten years earlier that tried to sell out to the enemy and went mad after Marc injured him with a grenade to stop him. Marlene insists on disguising herself as a nurse to act as bait for catching the Hatchet Man in spite of Marc's protests.

Moon Knight works on a plan that involves ignoring the obvious pattern that the police will follow and stakes out at Central Park based purely on what he knows about Rand. When Marlene is grabbed, everything goes wrong when some police still show up and make Rand run off with an injured Marlene as a hostage before Moon Knight can catch him. Just as Moon Knight catches up, Rand strikes her in the back with his Hatchet and escapes, causing Marc to flash back to the time Rand betrayed him.

He didn't just sell out to the enemy, he also killed Lisa, Marc's lover, when she found him out. The reason he couldn't bring himself to kill Rand then was that he was his own brother, but he swears to kill him now.

Appearing in "Shadows In The Heart Of The City"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Hulk! #18.

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Synopsis for "Shadows In The Heart Of The City"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Hulk! #18.

After the Hatchet Man has attacked Marlene with his axe, Moon Knight tries to go after him but has to fight off the police who mistake him for the Hatchet Man. Moon Knight gets away and follows the Hatchet Man's bloody path through Central Park where his disturbed brother starts attacking anyone who he encounters.

Finally confronting his brother, Moon Knight finds that the Hatchet Man has a hostage. But manages to get her away, and despite injuries sustained by the Hatchet Man's axe, Moon Knight manages to fight him off. However, during the course of the battle, the Hatchet Man is seemingly killed when he impales himself on a tree branch. Moon Knight then travels to the hospital where Marlene has been taken where he is told that her condition is unstable and they won't know if she'll live until the morning.

See Also

Footnotes

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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