Who said the number 13 was unlucky? For Moon Knight it might just be a lucky break as he joins the Initiative in this double sized issue written by Charlie Houston, with art by Tomm Coker.

Take the jump for a sneak peek of the issue tha arrives October 24th.

Pencils & Cover by TOMM COKER
Parental Advisory

After Iron Man makes him an offer he can’t refuse, Marc Spector decides to work with the government and he’ll do whatever it takes to get his registration card. But when he’s forced to undergo a revealing psychiatric evaluation, is there any way that anyone could find Moon Knight to be sane and fit for duty? Meanwhile, those whose lives have been touched during Charlie Huston’s acclaimed first year on Moon Knight evaluate their lives and set themselves down new paths, leading to a fiery conclusion!


Moon Knight #13 will sell for $3.99, but don’t worry about this being a price hike, remember, the issue is double-sized.

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  1. Josh
    September 28, 2007 at 12:54 pm — Reply

    So, has Tony’s face been ripped/burned off or are we seeing antoher example of Moon Knight’s psychosis?

  2. jman
    September 29, 2007 at 3:19 pm — Reply

    Didn’t think anybody still read this…I think this book would’ve turned out great if it hadn’t been mixed up in Civil War/Initiative…Moon Knight works best when he isn’t too involved with other Marvel Heroes who tend to outshine him(Spider Man, Cap, Punisher, etc.).

  3. September 29, 2007 at 6:48 pm — Reply

    God! I have been so upset with that book. I had better expectations. I had my comic retailer delete it from my Wednesday pull.

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