Moon Knight gains enhanced strength, endurance, and reflexes at night, reaching his pinnacle during a full moon, and sometimes has prophetic visions.  
Moon Knight is a skilled boxer, commando, martial artist, acrobat, gymnast and pilot. His multiple identities grant him resistance to some psychic assaults.  Moon Knight usually carries a truncheon which can be modified into nunchuks, and silver darts shaped like crescent moons. While serving the Committee, Moon Knight wore a silver cestus on each arm, studded with spikes. While he served the Priests of Khonshu, Moon Knight wielded an ankh which he used as a club, an ax, a boomerang, throwing irons, and bolas. Most of these Egyptian weapons had actually been designed and built for the priests by the time-displaced Hawkeye. Later, Moon Knight wore protective Adamantium armor and wielded an Adamantium staff, a truncheon which could fire a cable line, and gauntlets which could fire his crescent darts. As Marc Spector he wielded various firearms, and would occasionally employ them in his Moon Knight identity as well.  His cape can serve as a glider. For transportation, Moon Knight has employed a variety of sophisticated aircraft. These have included the Mooncopter and Angelwing; the vehicles have featured VTOL (vertical take-off and landing), a rope ladder, and 20 mm cannons. #Marvel #MoonKnight #Bio #CharacterBio #CharacteroftheDay

Moon Knight gains enhanced strength, endurance, and reflexes at night, reaching his pinnacle during a full moon, and sometimes has prophetic visions.
Moon Knight is a skilled boxer, commando, martial artist, acrobat, gymnast and pilot. His multiple identities grant him resistance to some psychic assaults. Moon Knight usually carries a truncheon which can be modified into nunchuks, and silver darts shaped like crescent moons. While serving the Committee, Moon Knight wore a silver cestus on each arm, studded with spikes. While he served the Priests of Khonshu, Moon Knight wielded an ankh which he used as a club, an ax, a boomerang, throwing irons, and bolas. Most of these Egyptian weapons had actually been designed and built for the priests by the time-displaced Hawkeye. Later, Moon Knight wore protective Adamantium armor and wielded an Adamantium staff, a truncheon which could fire a cable line, and gauntlets which could fire his crescent darts. As Marc Spector he wielded various firearms, and would occasionally employ them in his Moon Knight identity as well. His cape can serve as a glider. For transportation, Moon Knight has employed a variety of sophisticated aircraft. These have included the Mooncopter and Angelwing; the vehicles have featured VTOL (vertical take-off and landing), a rope ladder, and 20 mm cannons. #Marvel #MoonKnight #Bio #CharacterBio #CharacteroftheDay

But as before, death could not claim Marc Spector for long. Apparently again awakened by Khonshu, Spector was reunited with Marlene and Frenchie, and set out to oppose Morpheus, Bushman and Black Spectre, who had all become affiliated with the Egyptian god Seth, enemy of Khonshu. Black Spectre and the others tried to destroy the United Nations, but Khonshu guided Moon Knight against them, thwarting Seth’s plan. Subsequently, Moon Knight learned Daredevil was assembling a team of heroes to capture the Punisher. Eager to help, he offered to finance a headquarters for the unnamed team (“Marvel Knights”). He joined the group against Cloak (controlled by Nightmare) and a teaming of Bengal, Tombstone, Big Ben and Bullet. Finally, the team’s base was invaded by Shang-Chi’s enemy Zaran, who struck down Moon Knight with several of his miniature sais. Moon Knight’s teammates brought him to safety while their base was blown up by agents of Fu Manchu. Seriously wounded by Zaran, and having lost significant money in the base’s destruction, Spector was forced into retirement. However, Moon Knight has since recovered from his wounds and resumed his activities. He was among many former Avengers who briefly rejoined the team to fight the effects of the Scarlet Witch’s out-of-control hex power. Moon Knight recently battled his long time rival Bushman in a brutal encounter, carving his arch enemy’s face from his body. Broken knees however have kept the moon’s Knight of Vengeance confined to a wheelchair. Recovering from the war with Bushman, Moon Knight is now stalked by Taskmaster, who has been hired by the Committee to take him out. #Marvel #MoonKnight #Bio #CharacterBio #CharacteroftheDay

But as before, death could not claim Marc Spector for long. Apparently again awakened by Khonshu, Spector was reunited with Marlene and Frenchie, and set out to oppose Morpheus, Bushman and Black Spectre, who had all become affiliated with the Egyptian god Seth, enemy of Khonshu. Black Spectre and the others tried to destroy the United Nations, but Khonshu guided Moon Knight against them, thwarting Seth’s plan. Subsequently, Moon Knight learned Daredevil was assembling a team of heroes to capture the Punisher. Eager to help, he offered to finance a headquarters for the unnamed team (“Marvel Knights”). He joined the group against Cloak (controlled by Nightmare) and a teaming of Bengal, Tombstone, Big Ben and Bullet. Finally, the team’s base was invaded by Shang-Chi’s enemy Zaran, who struck down Moon Knight with several of his miniature sais. Moon Knight’s teammates brought him to safety while their base was blown up by agents of Fu Manchu. Seriously wounded by Zaran, and having lost significant money in the base’s destruction, Spector was forced into retirement. However, Moon Knight has since recovered from his wounds and resumed his activities. He was among many former Avengers who briefly rejoined the team to fight the effects of the Scarlet Witch’s out-of-control hex power. Moon Knight recently battled his long time rival Bushman in a brutal encounter, carving his arch enemy’s face from his body. Broken knees however have kept the moon’s Knight of Vengeance confined to a wheelchair. Recovering from the war with Bushman, Moon Knight is now stalked by Taskmaster, who has been hired by the Committee to take him out. #Marvel #MoonKnight #Bio #CharacterBio #CharacteroftheDay

Learning that Randall was still alive, Moon Knight joined the Punisher in hunting him. Randall, now called Shadowknight, fought his brother in an effort to claim the mantle of the Moon Knight. Marc finally slew Randall by knocking him off of a building. During this encounter, Marc learned that Khonshu was a god of justice, not only vengeance. He reinvented his Moon Knight identity, creating a new corporate image for himself through the company Spectorcorp. He moved his base to a high-tech office tower called “Shadowkeep”, where he would meet with holographic representations of various special agents in what he called the “Shadow Cabinet”. He also donned protective adamantium armor, and upgraded his weaponry. Moon Knight became involved in the doppelgangers used by the power-mad Magus during the Infinity War. Moon Knight’s double, Moonshade, allied himself with the doppelganger of the powerful young Franklin Richards, unleashing a host of dimensional counterparts against Moon Knight in a failed effort to usurp his identity. Moon Knight’s new mode of operations began to worry his super-hero peers. After he abused his Avengers privileges to gain access to the Latverian embassy for a confrontation with Dr. Doom, the Avengers brought him up on charges. Unwilling to take the time to sit through these proceedings, Moon Knight destroyed his membership card and cut his Avengers ties. Moon Knight later became involved in a struggle against the Hellbent, a sub-species of humanity interbred with demons. Seth Phalkon, leader of the Hellbent, claimed to be Moon Knight’s great-great grandfather, and tried to unleash a computer virus called “Zero Hour” that would destroy every facility in Spector’s network. To prevent the virus from taking thousands of lives, Spector sealed it within his headquarters. As a result, the Shadowkeep was destroyed, killing Spector. #Marvel #MoonKnight #Bio #CharacterBio #CharacteroftheDay

Learning that Randall was still alive, Moon Knight joined the Punisher in hunting him. Randall, now called Shadowknight, fought his brother in an effort to claim the mantle of the Moon Knight. Marc finally slew Randall by knocking him off of a building. During this encounter, Marc learned that Khonshu was a god of justice, not only vengeance. He reinvented his Moon Knight identity, creating a new corporate image for himself through the company Spectorcorp. He moved his base to a high-tech office tower called “Shadowkeep”, where he would meet with holographic representations of various special agents in what he called the “Shadow Cabinet”. He also donned protective adamantium armor, and upgraded his weaponry. Moon Knight became involved in the doppelgangers used by the power-mad Magus during the Infinity War. Moon Knight’s double, Moonshade, allied himself with the doppelganger of the powerful young Franklin Richards, unleashing a host of dimensional counterparts against Moon Knight in a failed effort to usurp his identity. Moon Knight’s new mode of operations began to worry his super-hero peers. After he abused his Avengers privileges to gain access to the Latverian embassy for a confrontation with Dr. Doom, the Avengers brought him up on charges. Unwilling to take the time to sit through these proceedings, Moon Knight destroyed his membership card and cut his Avengers ties. Moon Knight later became involved in a struggle against the Hellbent, a sub-species of humanity interbred with demons. Seth Phalkon, leader of the Hellbent, claimed to be Moon Knight’s great-great grandfather, and tried to unleash a computer virus called “Zero Hour” that would destroy every facility in Spector’s network. To prevent the virus from taking thousands of lives, Spector sealed it within his headquarters. As a result, the Shadowkeep was destroyed, killing Spector. #Marvel #MoonKnight #Bio #CharacterBio #CharacteroftheDay