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Moon Knight: Marc Spector Omnibus Vol. 2

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Moon Knight: Marc Spector Omnibus Vol. 2

Author Biography:

After early assignments on Kickers Inc. and Cloak and Dagger, Terry Kavanagh wrote Web of Spider-Man for years - spinning a hero he introduced in those pages, Nightwatch, into his own title. In addition to runs on Marc Spector- Moon Knight, X-Man and various mutant titles, he wrote Avengers, Iron Man and several tie-in one-shots during the controversial "Crossing" storyline. His miniseries work includes Before the Fantastic Four- The Storms, Fury/Agent 13, Black Cat and Rise of Apocalypse. He teamed Marvel heroes with UItraverse heroes in Exiles vs. X-Men and Ultraforce/Avengers Prelude. In addition to runs on Fantastic Four and Thor, original Moon Knight scribe Doug Moench specialized in writing features outside the Marvel mainstream - including Adventure into Fear's Morbius, Frankenstein, Inhumans, Ka-Zar- Lord of the Hidden Jungle, Master of Kung Fu, Werewolf by Night and Astonishing Tales' Deathlok. Proving his eclectic abilities, he also wrote the full run of Godzilla, most of Shogun Warriors and stories for virtually every Marvel black-and-white magazine of the 1970s. He expanded on his Star-Lord and Weirdworld sagas in multiple anthology titles. At DC, he wrote memorable runs on Batman, Detective Comics and Legends of the Dark Knight - along with numerous Batman one-shots, cross-company crossovers and Elseworlds sagas. He further contributed such short-lived but unique series as Electric Warrior, Lords of the Ultra-Realm, Slash Maraud, Wanderers and Xenobrood. Howard Mackie got his start at Marvel during the late 1980s as an editor and then a writer. One of his first series as full-time scribe was 1990's massively popular Ghost Rider, which introduced the alter ego Danny Ketch to the mythos of the Spirit of Vengeance. He also wrote prolifically in the Spider-Man and X-Men titles of the '90s. Having begun his career on G.I. Joe, Eisner Award-nominated artist Ron Garney is known for well-received runs on Captain America and Amazing Spider-Man. He has teamed with writer Jason Aaron on Wolverine, Wolverine Weapon X and Ultimate Captain America. Garney has also contributed design work to such films as Will Smith's I Am Legend and Nicolas Cage's The Sorcerer's Apprentice. His later Marvel work includes Uncanny X-Force and a collaboration with Charles Soule on Daredevil. Garney reunited with Aaron on Thor- God of Thunder and then the creator-owned Men of Wrath for Marvel's Icon imprint. Alex Saviuk established himself as a major Marvel artist with a seven-year run on Web of Spider-Man. He also worked on the animated-series tie-in Spider-Man Adventures and drew the Amazing Spider-Man comic strip from scripts by Stan Lee and Larry Lieber. At DC, he penciled and inked Flash, Green Lantern, Superman and other titles. Tommy Lee Edwards worked his way up in the industry as an upstart artist taking on such popular characters as Batman, Hellboy, Daredevil and Star Trek. He soon found Hollywood fertile ground for his talents, his influence growing after his work on film style guides, with credits in big-budget movies such as Batman Begins, Superman Returns and Men in Black II. Edwards provided the art for Marvel's Bullet Points, a limited series written by the renowned J. Michael Straczynski, and collaborated with writer Mark Millar on the high-concept series 1985.
Release date Australia
March 5th, 2024
  • General (US: Trade)
1032 Illustrations, unspecified
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