Appearing in "Chapter 1: The White Knight"
- Sentry (Bob Reynolds)
- Fantastic Four (Cameo)
Synopsis for "Chapter 1: The White Knight"
In a Norman Osborn world, large-scale crime has surged in Manhattan: the Dark Avengers are ignoring significant heist groups for their own interest. One of these groups has set a children’s hospital on fire as they strike a bank a couple of miles away. During their heist, a boom erupts from the sky as a white pod comes crashing in the middle of Broadway; it is Moon Knight as he emerges riding a Mooncycle with guns drawn. He shoots crescent darts from his guns and takes out the criminals. Two criminals manage to escape by van but Marc refuses to let them get away.
From a swift drop aboard his Moonjet, MK uses his ladder to create a momentum in order to kick the van on to its side. Marc hangs onto the van by surfing on top of it; Marlene witnesses Marc extravagant return from a restaurant nearby. Cops arrive to the stopped van and look to apprehend MK, but the Moonjet returns with the ladder drawn ready to swoop him away. On the way out, Marc makes sure to tear a nearby billboard with Norman Osborn’s face using one of his darts.
After a night of driving around as Jake and ignoring Khonshu, Marc parks his cab in a underground secure garage at a run-down loft building. He takes an elevator lift up to the top floor where his sweeping pad and Samuels await. Marc takes a shower, cringes to Norman’s response of the Moon Knight reemergence, and heads back out dressed as Moon Knight. During his patrol, MK encounters a mugging and chases the perpetrator as he tries to get away. Following him into a butcher’s shop, Khonshu tries to speak to Marc and convince him to kill the perp, but Marc resists the urge at the last moment and walks away.
The next morning, Sentry arrives on a rooftop to talk to Moon Knight...
Moon Knight is back in the Big Apple and looking to pick a fight with the man who chased him out of town in the first place: Norman Osborn. Freed of his demons and armed with an arsenal of incredible new weapons, Moon Knight is finally the hero he always aspired to be – taking out criminals with massive flair and throwing down the gauntlet to his old nemesis. Is Osborn ready for Round Two?
- Also reprints Moon Knight #1
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