Marvel brings the street-level mystical world of Moon Knight to Disney+ with a new series

Marc Spector, Steven Grant and Jake Lockley are about to make their Marvel Cinematic Debuts along with the other personality within the man known as Marc Spector, the white costume clad Moon Knight.

During their D-23 conference, Marvel Studios’ announced they are moving forward with at Moon Kight series for the Disney+ streaming platform. The series joins the also newly announced Ms. Marvel and She-Hulk series as well as the previously announced Loki, Falcon and Winter Soldier, WandaVision, Hawkeye and more as the original Marvel offerings for the platform.

A street level hero tied to ancient powers and gods, Moon Knight is a character that has been floated around for years by fans as one they wanted to see coming on Netflix from Marvel when the two were working together. Now instead of being to the side of MCU happenings, now Moon Knight will be on the front lines of the MCU.

How the series will deal with Marc’s multiple personalities that have come from his deal with the god Kononshu and any other details about the show are currently unknown.

Moon Knight, as well as the just announced Ms. Marvel and She-Hulk, shows, is part of the recently announced Phase 4 and likely won’t arrive till 2021 as the tail end of that phase.

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Scott Redmond

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