Can something good ever come of gods interfering within the affairs of males? That is the underlying conundrum posed in Moon Knight, the newest spinoff collection within the MCU’s Part 4, and within the case of the collection, the reply is a powerful sure. Starring Oscar Isaac as a tormented man with dissociative identification dysfunction (DID), the collection has extra in widespread with the Netflix Defenders collection than with latest Marvel fare like WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki. However as an alternative of happening in New York Metropolis’s Hell’s Kitchen, it is telling a singular superhero origin story wealthy in symbolism and Egyptian mythology.
(Some spoilers under for the comics and the TV collection. Any main reveals are on the very finish, and we’ll offer you a heads-up after we get there.)
As I’ve written beforehand, within the comics, Marc Spector (aka Moon Knight) is the son of a rabbi, marked at a younger age by the Egyptian moon-god Khonshu to be the god’s avatar on Earth. However Khonshu is a supernatural entity with many points to his nature—and in addition exists out of section with regular time and house—so forging a psychic reference to the human Marc harms the person’s psychological well being.
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