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Marvel fans are divided over Moon Knight’s newest character reveal

Moon Knight introduced a new character for Oscar Isaac’s Steven Grant – but not everyone is happy with the new character’s changes to the source material.

In the second episode of Moon Knight, Steven “summoned the team” and transforms into Mr. Knight, a gentle detective who made his Marvel comics debut in 2014.

Instead of Mr. Knight’s usual calm, laid-back demeanor, the character was played for laughs as Steven Grant wobbled in the new costume – and seemingly eliminated any chance of the comically correct version of Mr. Knight appearing on the line.

“Mr. Knight was rude. A fan wrote on Reddit because he’s telling the public not to take him seriously because it sucks when they don’t take him seriously,” he said.

Another replied: “That’s his business. I’m a big fan of the MK comics, but it’s really cool to see a different take on Mr. Knight and give him the opportunity to transform into the badass we see in the comics.

Not everyone agreed. “It’s really scary,” he said Moon Knight Viewer. Another wrote on twitter He said the Mr. Knight scene was “bad” and “breaks the rhythm of an otherwise very good episode”.

Others more limited: “I think it made sense to introduce Mr. Knight in this way. Steven didn’t know what was going on and was down. He will learn with eps. 3-6, give him time! said a fan from Marvel.

So the jury is still out on Mr. Knight. He can fly like a butterfly and sting like a bee, but he’s not everyone’s favorite version of Steven-with-aV.

Explore what’s beyond Moon Knight with our guide to new Marvel TV shows. To find out when the next episode is due, check out our Moon Knight release schedule and our guide to when Moon Knight will appear on the Marvel timeline. If you haven’t already, subscribe to Disney Plus here.


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Marvel fans are divided over Moon Knight’s newest character reveal

Moon Knight has introduced a fresh persona for Oscar Isaac’s Steven Grant – but not everyone is happy with the new character’s changes from the source material.
In Moon Knight’s second episode, Steven “summoned the suit” and transformed into Mr. Knight, a suave detective character from Marvel’s comics who first debuted in 2014.
Instead of Mr. Knight’s usual calm and composed manner, the character was played for laughs as Steven Grant bumbled around in the new suit – and seemingly discarded any chance of the comic-accurate version of Mr. Knight making an appearance down the line.
“Mr. Knight was rough. It sucks when they don’t take shit seriously because it tells audience not to take it seriously,” one fan wrote on Reddit.
In reply, another said, “This is its own thing. I’m a die hard MK comic fan but seeing a different interpretation of Mr. Knight and giving him the opportunity to grow into the badass we see in the comics is really cool.”
Not everyone agreed. “Genuinely awful,” said a Moon Knight viewer. Another wrote on Twitter that the Mr. Knight scene was “bad” and “breaks the pace of an otherwise really good episode.”
Others were more restrained: “I think it was reasonable that Mr. Knight was introduced this way. Steven doesn’t know what the fuck is going on and he was having a breakdown. He’s going to learn through eps. 3-6, give him time!” a Marvel fan said.
The jury, then, is still out on Mr. Knight. He may float like a butterfly and sting like a bee – but he’s not everyone’s favorite version of Steven-with-a-V.
Discover what’s next beyond Moon Knight with our guide to new Marvel TV shows. As for when the next episode arrives, check out our Moon Knight release schedule and guide to when Moon Knight takes place on the Marvel timeline. If you’re not already, then subscribe to Disney Plus here.

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Marvel fans are divided over Moon Knight’s newest character reveal

Moon Knight has introduced a fresh persona for Oscar Isaac’s Steven Grant – but not everyone is happy with the new character’s changes from the source material.
In Moon Knight’s second episode, Steven “summoned the suit” and transformed into Mr. Knight, a suave detective character from Marvel’s comics who first debuted in 2014.
Instead of Mr. Knight’s usual calm and composed manner, the character was played for laughs as Steven Grant bumbled around in the new suit – and seemingly discarded any chance of the comic-accurate version of Mr. Knight making an appearance down the line.
“Mr. Knight was rough. It sucks when they don’t take shit seriously because it tells audience not to take it seriously,” one fan wrote on Reddit.
In reply, another said, “This is its own thing. I’m a die hard MK comic fan but seeing a different interpretation of Mr. Knight and giving him the opportunity to grow into the badass we see in the comics is really cool.”
Not everyone agreed. “Genuinely awful,” said a Moon Knight viewer. Another wrote on Twitter that the Mr. Knight scene was “bad” and “breaks the pace of an otherwise really good episode.”
Others were more restrained: “I think it was reasonable that Mr. Knight was introduced this way. Steven doesn’t know what the fuck is going on and he was having a breakdown. He’s going to learn through eps. 3-6, give him time!” a Marvel fan said.
The jury, then, is still out on Mr. Knight. He may float like a butterfly and sting like a bee – but he’s not everyone’s favorite version of Steven-with-a-V.
Discover what’s next beyond Moon Knight with our guide to new Marvel TV shows. As for when the next episode arrives, check out our Moon Knight release schedule and guide to when Moon Knight takes place on the Marvel timeline. If you’re not already, then subscribe to Disney Plus here.

#Marvel #fans #divided #Moon #Knights #newest #character #reveal


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