Moon Knight: Asylum

This might be one of the shortest reviews I’ve ever written. Not that “Asylum,” the fifth episode of Moon Knight, wasn’t great (it really was) or that I didn’t like it (I loved it). I try very hard to not do spoilers in my reviews, and there is surprise after surprise throughout this story.

Moon Knight: The Tomb

Moon Knight is arguably one of the most obscure characters to make the jump from the comics to the MCU. I’ve been a fan of the character for years, and wasn’t sure what to expect from this series. It has been fantastic

Moon Knight: Summon the Suit

Now we’ve met this incarnation of Steven Grant, and gotten at least a glimpse of Marc Spector, Moon Knight, and Khonshu. We’ve met Arthur Harrow, a very unusual villain, and gotten an idea of the problems facing all of them.

Moon Knight: The Goldfish Problem

Now, another I’ve enjoyed for years is finally getting a higher profile. We get introduced to the MCU version of Moon Knight in “The Goldfish Problem,” episode one of six. This one of my shorter reviews, as I skip a lot of things to avoid spoilers.

Hawkeye: Partners, Am I Right?

Hawkeye is one of my favorite Avengers, and I’m thrilled to see him getting more screen time and not being overshadowed by some of his flashier teammates. We’ve seen Kate Bishop, Maya Lopez, and had some hints at a few other characters so far. Now we get some interesting developments and the return of a plot point from episode one in “Partners, Am I Right?”

Hawkeye: Echoes

At the end of last episode, we met Echo, a character with a complicated history in the comics. Now we get to learn more about her, what her connection is to the MCU Ronin, and see a great car chase.