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Moon Knight #4 Comic
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Everything about this book is worked on and the more you look at it, you more you realise that nothing about it is left to chance. If you see anything on the page, it means something; however that does not always mean I know what it is trying to tell me. The way Moon Knight is drawn is one of the most interesting and important parts of the book. Instincts tell me that I should not appreciate it; I go for the more photo realistic interpretation of the characters and his obvious separation from his surroundings immediately pull you out of it. Every panel he is in makes him stand apart from the rest of the world in pure white and stark black shading. Apart from his car nothing around him has any effect on his shadows. The only shades that form on him are from his own body and clothing. Shut in a darkened room where his white suit should be variations of grey, he is still pure white. It is such an interesting take on the art and so clearly the intention of the creative team to make him stand apart rather than be part of the world, as if being that metaphorical bridge between life and death.
If I am to be fair and attempt to be at least slightly unbiased, I would say this comic is probably not for everyone. In fact it is definitely not for a lot of people. There is barely any action in this comic, dialog is sparse and the theme is ‘creepy.’ If you come into comics because you like seeing Superman punch someone, or Spider-Man wise crack and then punch someone, then this definitely will not work for you. But if you like depth, fantastically executed comics, mystery and above all else wonder if the truth is out there, then you should be buying this comic.