Another Marvel superhero, Moon Knight, has also been introduced. The introduction came through a series called Moon Knight, all six episodes of which have come to light. Like the rest of the characters, this character is also taken from Marvel’s comic book, but here we see some changes in it.
According to the story, a person Steven Grant or Mark Specter is suffering from a mental illness in which he has different personalities and different forms. The other does not know what one person does. He sleeps with his feet tied because when he wakes up he finds himself somewhere else. He suddenly sees corpses lying around him but he is unaware of it. As a person, Steven Grant is a harmless and timid person while as a Mark Spector he is a very ruthless killer. There is also a third person in it, named Jack Lockley, who is a very violent type of person who can kill anyone with cruelty and cruelty.
How did he make Moon Knight? What is the secret of his being divided into different personalities? How does he know about his personalities? You will know all this by watching this series.
Moon knight is a character in Marvel’s comic book that requires bloodshed, but according to Marvel’s policy of the series, PG13 has been kept, which is disappointing for many people. The bloody scenes have been beautifully shown and hidden. That is to say, the reckoning that did not come to light even in secret was done. I personally think that it would have been beneficial to give it an 18 rating. Deadpool and Logan are clear examples.
Speaking of technical issues, Oscar Isaac dominated in acting. The way he has played the role of a victim of different personalities is brilliant. The villain brother was fine too (can’t remember the name). The CGI was somewhat weak but did not show stinginess where needed. I found the fifth episode to be the best in terms of directing and acting.
Some friends may not like the action scenes in the comic book, but the series focuses more on the character of Moon Night. Let’s see what the future holds.