Posts Tagged ‘Doug Moench’

Moon Knight, Ep. 2: Shadows of the Moon
11 Apr. 2019

Moon Knight, Ep. 2: Shadows of the Moon


Let’s continue to follow the adventures of the man in silver and jet! This is our second Moon Knight episode and in this one we see the Moon Knight series find its groove and Sienkiewicz find his signature style. Plus, the introduction of some of Moon Knight’s rogues gallery, including Morpheus! Issues discussed: Moon Knight […]

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Interview: Doug Moench on Moon Knight
09 Feb. 2018

Interview: Doug Moench on Moon Knight


Kurtis chats with Marvel legend Doug Moench about creating Moon Knight, working with Bill Sienkiewicz and writing for dozens of Marvel comics and magazines at the same time! There is no recent picture of this great man that I could find, so the header image proudly shows Doug in his heyday. This is a companion […]

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Moon Knight, Ep. 1: Bad Moon Rising
02 Feb. 2018

Moon Knight, Ep. 1: Bad Moon Rising


Kurtis and Eric tackle the origins of Moon Knight! Fans of modern Moon Knight may be surprised to find that the original Moon Knight is nearly a completely different character. Kurtis and Eric discuss the evolution of Marc Spector through this collection of his earliest appearances! Issues discussed:¬†Werewolf By Night #32-33, Marvel Spotlight #28-29, Defenders […]

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Interview: Larry Hama on Iron Fist
01 Jul. 2017

Interview: Larry Hama on Iron Fist


Kurtis talks to writer Larry Hama about his first major work for Marvel (on which he was the penciler), Iron Fist! And as an added bonus, there is a excerpt from an interview with Iron Fist writer Doug Moench, conducted by Adam Chapman on the Comics Shenanigans Podcast! This is a companion episode to Iron […]

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Iron Fist, Ep. 1: The Fury of Iron Fist
04 May. 2017

Iron Fist, Ep. 1: The Fury of Iron Fist


Hot on the heels of the new Netflix series, Kurtis and Brian take a look at the early days of Iron Fist, from the origin story in Marvel Premiere, to the change of pace when Claremont and Byrne launch Danny Rand’s first ongoing series, to the grand conclusion when the book was cancelled after fifteen […]

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