Moon Knight Review

Gabi Cuellar, Reporter

On March 30, Disney+ released yet another show and character to add into the expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe. The show consists of one season and six episodes.

The show focuses on the life of Steven Grant (Oscar Isaac), an average, everyday museum worker whose life is turned upside down when strange things start occurring that he can’t remember or explain. Soon after this, Steven discovers he has split personas and has been living a double life that he was unaware of.

As Seven realizes that there is more to him that meets the eye; forces that he doesn’t fully understand, threaten the life he and his other persona Mark Spector have created for themselves. Steven is thrown into more danger than he could ever imagine as he fights forces, he doesn’t fully understand.

The show is based on the Marvel comics and incorporates elements of Egyptian mythology, while keeping an original twist.

The show is a fast paced, action-packed series that keeps you engaged and on the edge of your seat the entire time. The first episode doesn’t hesitate to jump right into action. The show creates an eerie and suspenseful feeling as each episode unravels more of the mystery, but it still leaves room for more questions to be answered.

So far, there are four episodes in the show, and a new episode is released every Wednesday.

Genre: Superhero, action adventure, drama, sci-fi

Rating: TV-14

Director: Mohamed Diab

Writers: Alex Meenehan, Peter Cameron, Sabir Pirzada, Beau DeMayo, Michael Kastelein, Jeremy Slater,
Danielle Iman

Production Studios: Marvel Studios, Disney+, Walt Disney Studios


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