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Moon Knight episode 3 may have just unveiled Marc Spector’s third personality from Marvel comics

Moon Knight Episode 3 may poke fun at Marc Spector’s third character in the Marvel comics. Spoilers for the next episode!

In the episode, Oscar Isaac’s Spector loses control of his body and later wakes up stabbing someone. Naturally, she assumes her alternate personality, Steven Grant, is behind the wheel (Spector has dissociative personality disorder). Apparently the British man wasn’t responsible either.

In the comics, Spector has a third character named Jake Lockley (read our deep dive into the alter-ego via this link), a taxi driver with informants who keep him up to date with the criminal underworld. So far, Lockley hasn’t been mentioned on the show, but his personality now seems to be in the mix.

Lockley looks ready to get his hands dirty, given that Spector was back in his body during the stabbing. It’s still unclear if Lockley will get his own superhero persona like Grant’s Mr.

Of course, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen one of the personalities wake up unaware of what’s going on. In episode 1, a very confused Grant comes face to face with Ethan Hawke’s Arthur Harrow and later in a car chase. Spector was probably in charge back then, but this time Grant and Spector are in the dark – so all signs point to a third character.

We’ll have to wait and see if it’s really about Jake Lockley, but Episode 4 wasn’t long in coming – the show releases a new episode every Wednesday, and you can check our Moon Knight release schedule for know exactly when the next one is. reaches your time zone.

In the meantime, check out our ultimate Marvel Phase 4 guide to everything the MCU has in store for us, and subscribe to Disney Plus here if you haven’t signed up yet.


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Moon Knight episode 3 may have just unveiled Marc Spector’s third personality from Marvel comics

Moon Knight episode 3 might be teasing Marc Spector’s third personality from Marvel comics. Spoilers for the episode ahead!
In the episode, Oscar Isaac’s Spector loses control of his body and wakes up later, halfway through stabbing someone. Naturally, he assumes Steven Grant, his other personality, was behind the wheel (Spector has Dissociative Personality Disorder). As it turns out, though, the British man wasn’t in charge, either.
In the comics, Spector has a third personality named Jake Lockley (read our deep-dive into the alter-ego through that link), who is a cab driver with informants that keep him in the know on the criminal underworld. So far, Lockley hasn’t been mentioned in the series, but it seems his personality is now in the mix.
Lockley also seems to be willing to get his hands dirty, considering Spector came back into his body mid-stabbing. It remains to be seen if Lockley will have his own superhero persona like Grant’s Mr. Knight, though.
Of course, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen one of the personalities wake up without any knowledge of what’s going on. In episode 1, a very confused Grant found himself coming face to face with Ethan Hawke’s Arthur Harrow, and later in a car chase. Spector was presumably in control then, but this time, both Grant and Spector are in the dark – so all signs point to a third personality.  
We’ll have to wait and see if that really is Jake Lockley, but it’s not long before episode 4 arrives – the series drops a new installment every Wednesday, and you can check out our Moon Knight release schedule to find out exactly when the next arrives in your time zone.
In the meantime, check out our ultimate guide to Marvel Phase 4 for everything else the MCU has in store for us, and if you’re not already signed up, subscribe to Disney Plus here.

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Moon Knight episode 3 may have just unveiled Marc Spector’s third personality from Marvel comics

Moon Knight episode 3 might be teasing Marc Spector’s third personality from Marvel comics. Spoilers for the episode ahead!
In the episode, Oscar Isaac’s Spector loses control of his body and wakes up later, halfway through stabbing someone. Naturally, he assumes Steven Grant, his other personality, was behind the wheel (Spector has Dissociative Personality Disorder). As it turns out, though, the British man wasn’t in charge, either.
In the comics, Spector has a third personality named Jake Lockley (read our deep-dive into the alter-ego through that link), who is a cab driver with informants that keep him in the know on the criminal underworld. So far, Lockley hasn’t been mentioned in the series, but it seems his personality is now in the mix.
Lockley also seems to be willing to get his hands dirty, considering Spector came back into his body mid-stabbing. It remains to be seen if Lockley will have his own superhero persona like Grant’s Mr. Knight, though.
Of course, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen one of the personalities wake up without any knowledge of what’s going on. In episode 1, a very confused Grant found himself coming face to face with Ethan Hawke’s Arthur Harrow, and later in a car chase. Spector was presumably in control then, but this time, both Grant and Spector are in the dark – so all signs point to a third personality.  
We’ll have to wait and see if that really is Jake Lockley, but it’s not long before episode 4 arrives – the series drops a new installment every Wednesday, and you can check out our Moon Knight release schedule to find out exactly when the next arrives in your time zone.
In the meantime, check out our ultimate guide to Marvel Phase 4 for everything else the MCU has in store for us, and if you’re not already signed up, subscribe to Disney Plus here.

#Moon #Knight #episode #unveiled #Marc #Spectors #personality #Marvel #comics


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