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Moon Knight Vol 1 22

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Moon Knight Vol 1 22

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Appearing in "The Dream Demon"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Dream Demon"Edit

The doctors in charge of Morpheus start treating him with norepinephrine in hopes that inducing dreams will calm his mind, but it instead increases the reach of his ebon energies. Morpheus uses his power to possess Peter Alraune through his dreams, who in turn stalks Moon Knight and attacks him with waking nightmares.

Appearing in "Tales of Khonshu: Moon over Alamein"Edit

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Synopsis for "Tales of Khonshu: Moon over Alamein"Edit

British soldiers at El Alamein in 1942 stumble into a long-buried crypt of Khonshu and wisely decide to leave the ruins in peace. In the ensuing battle under the full moon, one of the soldiers catches a glimpse of Khonshu's face in the sky and gets the feeling to warn the other troops against advancing. The landmines in the area then suddenly detonate, apparently due to the unstable terrain over the catacombs combined with the recent bombardment. With the way now clear, the British advance and the battle proves to be a turning point in their favour.

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