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Moon Knight Revealed for Marvel: Crisis Protocol

We knew that Moon Knight was coming for Atomic Mass GamesMarvel: Crisis Protocol. We now have a solid look at the character in a newly released image.

Moon Knight is an interesting addition to the game who will bring more close combat to rosters.

Created by Doug Moench and artist Don Perlin, the character first appeared in Werewolf by Night #32 in 1975.

The character is similar to Batman in that they are both wealthy and use their wealth to fight crime with gadgets along with both being martial artists. However, Moon Knight is very different in ways. Marc Spector, a former boxer, Marine, CIA operative, and mercenary found himself betrayed and is left for dead. He’s approached by the Egyptian moon god Khonshu who offers him the chance to be his avatar on Earth. The character also has created multiple personalities to aid his fight against crime. He also might have dissociative identity disorder and is one of Marvel’s most high-profile Jewish characters.

Moon Knight will be played by Oscar Isaac in an upcoming show on Disney+.

So, what do you think of the miniature? What do you expect as far as gameplay?

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Marvel Comes to Mondo and Restoration Games’ Unmatched

Mondo and Restoration Games have teamed up with Marvel to create several additions to their Unmatched line of miniatures dueling tabletop games planned for release beginning in the summer of 2021. Four new sets have been announced:

  • Redemption Row – featuring Luke Cage, Ghost Rider, and Moon Knight
  • Hell’s Kitchen – featuring Daredevil, Elektra, and Bullseye
  • Teen Spirit – featuring Ms. Marvel, Squirrel Girl, and Cloak and Dagger
  • For King and Country – featuring Black Widow, Black Panther, and Winter Soldier

Unmatched veteran artists Heather Vaughan, Oliver Barrett, and Ian O’Toole will be joined by Matt Taylor and Sanford Greene as the key illustrators for the line. The combined weight of their contributions to the worlds of gaming, comics, and entertainment is staggering; fans can expect each standalone title to be as visually impactful as they are mechanically sound. 

Since debuting at Gen Con in August of 2019, Unmatched has released seven titles featuring 19 heroes sourced from myth, literature, television, and movies – presenting players with nearly two hundred possible 2-player battle scenarios. The upcoming Marvel editions will offer 66 possible in-world combat pairings and will feature unique gameplay additions building off the core game ruleset.