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Thanks to our two dollar Disney+ month I am able to review Moon Knight Season One. I wish these shows would be released in the physical copy format of DVD and/or Blu-ray. I vaguely remember Moon Knight from the comic books. A hero all in white that reminded me a lot of Batman. Moon Knight Season One will play with your mind. Is this real? Is this fantasy? Is it just in this guy's head? Figuring out what is really happening is quite the challenge in Moon Knight Season One.

Please be aware there will be spoilers in this review. We first meet Steven who has blackouts and becomes Marc. Little do we know at the beginning that Steven is the made up personality and Marc is the main person. That comes much later in the six episodes that make up Moon Knight Season One. Six episodes is a bit light for a season but much longer than one of the movies. The scene in the credits opens the door for another season.

Mark is serving an Egyptian deity called Khonshu. He is given powers of a suit. Steven is initially considered as an idiot and Marc is competent. We do not learn until the end credits of the last episode that there is a third personality Jake. There were hints to a third personality when Marc would black out and Steven said it was not him who did it. All of the scenes in the insane asylum throughout Moon Knight Season One are very interesting. At times it feels like all of the super hero content is in the head of Marc, Steven, and Jake.

The issues families can have with Moon Knight Season One are blood, violence, bad language, lack of attire, enticement to lust, false gods/goddesses, obscene gestures, and more. The Egyptian deities work through avatars which are humans being given additional powers. Moon Knight Season One teaches us about the Egyptian afterlife beliefs, as well as what it is like for someone with mental illness. At times Moon Knight Season One can be a bit weird.

I could find no MCU Phase Four connections within Moon Knight Season One. It does introduce the character and make him feel like he is out of the super hero business. We learn in the end that he is not really out. Layla is Marc's wife and she winds up becoming an avatar for Taweret. Moon Knight Season One debates an interesting question. Do you punish evil people before they do their evil acts or after? How can you be sure you will get the right people? Would you kill children if it means not having another Stalin or Mao?

All of the content issues aside there are plenty of interesting things within Moon Knight Season One. The whole mind game this show plays with the viewer kept me really engaged. I liked Moon Knight Season One way more than many of the other MCU TV shows I have seen thus far. I hope this show gets another season. It would also be neat to see this character in other MCU shows and movies. Make sure you pay attention the age rating of Moon Knight Season One.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 65%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Disney+
Publisher: Disney
Developer: Marvel Studios
Rating: ‘TV-14’ – FOURTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Action Adventure Fantasy Sci-Fi Violence}

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