Rare, Moon Night Art by Alex Ross released to fans at SDCC 2022

CBR can exclusively reveal a piece of moon knight Art created by Alex Ross which will be available for fans to purchase at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) 2022.

The Alex Ross Art The website launches its SDCC 2022 page on June 16 and will make the Moon Knight piece available to order on the waiting list. This all-new illustration of Marvel’s multi-character mercenary, Mark Spector aka Moon Knight, Stephen Grant, Jake Lockley, and Mr. Knight is part of a series of simpler superhero visualizations by Alex Ross. Alex Ross Art This signed giclée edition will be released at SDCC 2022—available at Booth #2415 and alexrossart.com,” the description of the piece as it reads.

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Ross also sells a cover from 2007 Black Adam: The Dark Age In SDCC 2022 Booth #2415 On his website.

The description reads: “Black Adam has been both a hero and a villain during his long existence.” Each ‘Black Adam’ piece is hand numbered and signed by Alex Ross.

Black Adam: The Dark Age It came from writer Peter Tomasi, pencilist Doug Mahink, ink painter Christian Alamy and Norm Rapond, colorist Nathan Earing, and painter Nick J. Napolitano. In the sixth issue, Teeth Adam begins the quest To regain his strength after his defeat and become mortal in World War III. When he finally regains his power, the titular hero battles the evil and charming Felix Faust.


Moon Knight was created by Doug Munch and Don Berlin, and debuted in 1975 werewolf at night No. 32. Mark Spector was a mortally wounded mercenary who discovered the tomb of the Egyptian god Khuncho. Spector is revived as the religion’s “Koncho Fist” and then heads out on a mission to protect the innocent at night by any means necessary. Spector/Moon Knight suffers from dissociative identity disorder (DID), which means that multiple personalities live inside his body. It mainly navigates between three identities: Spector, Stephen Grant and Jake Lockley.

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Ross co-created Marvel’s Universe X A copy of Moon Knight alongside Doug Braithwaite and Jim Krueger. According to Jeremy Slater, principal writer at Disney+ moon knight Series Universe X The character interpretation was a major inspiration for Oscar Isaac’s character costume. “We pitched the idea of ​​’Summoning’ to Kevin Feige using his Universe X costume as a visual aid,” Slater previously said. “He loved it…but he wanted us to go one step further. Kevin’s idea was to combine the modern Moon Knight look with the mummy bandages of Universe X. The end result is one of the coolest costumes we’ve ever seen in the MCU, brought to wonderful life.” Created by a team of Marvel artists and designers. And it all started with a 20-year-old comic piece of art pinned to the whiteboard.”


additional moon knight Artwork from Ross can also be found at Marvel’s Moon Night Omnibus vol. 2 Cover, posted May 11 moon knight (1980) #21-38 Iron Man (1968) No. 161, The strong man and the iron fist (1978) No. 87, marvel team (1972) #144, moon knight (1985) #1-6, marvel stir (1982) No. 30; material from solo avengers (1987) No. 3, marvel stir (1982) No. 38-39 Marvel Super Heroes (1990) #1. The End of the Beginning! Doug Munch and Bill Senkiewicz’s critically acclaimed race is coming to a close. But the first Moon Knight must survive threats old and new – including the madness of Morpheus, the deadly return of the Stained Glass Scarlet, the devious Black Specter, and a rematch against Werewolf by Night! Moon Knight teams up with Iron Man, Brother Voodoo, Doctor Strange, Spider-Man and more – but when tragedy strikes, dead secrets emerge, will Moon Knight meet his last rest? Or will he rise again and activate like Khuncho’s fist? “


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