The third episode of Marvel’s Moon Knight continues the dazzling adventures of Marc Spector/Steven Grant/Moon Knight, albeit with a little more clarity.
I like the mystery and intrigue surrounding Marc/Steven enough to not care that we rarely see Moon Knight; and enjoy Isaac’s carefully crafted performance.
Some sites have suggested Layla is meant to be Marlene Alraune, a character from the Moon Knight comics who likewise lost a father and fell in love with Marc.
The tone of Eternals and Moon Knight is a serious blend of mysticism and humor sprinkled atop the action, rather than serving as the focal point of every scene.
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