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- Vertebrae! How about that? I'll cut your back open and pull your vertebrae out one at a time. Yeah, cool. And don't worry, I got someone here to help me with surgical procedure and stuff. She'll keep you alive till I'm done.
- -- Midnight
Appearing in "Midnight Sun (Part V) - One Son Lost"Edit
Synopsis for "Midnight Sun (Part V) - One Son Lost"Edit
Marc continues to interrogate the Profile, demanding even more information concerning the whereabouts of Jeff Wilde, Midnight. The Profile makes a few untoward comments concerning Marc's lifestyle, and Marc punches him several more times. The Profile relents, and tells Marc that Wilde has taken up residence in his father's old hideout. Lighting a cigarette, the Profile shows a bit of bravery and tells Marc that Marlene doesn’t love him in anymore. Marc flies into a rage, but the Profile tells him that he could have her again, providing he is willing to listen to him.
Marc goes out to patch things up with Marlene, but he is unable to express his true emotions towards her. He is upset that Marlene has moved on with her life, and is now seeing someone half her age.
Later, Marc returns to his headquarters and dons his Moon Knight costume. He talks with Ray who preps the Moon-copter. Ray wants Moon Knight to take a gun with him, but Marc tells him that he doesn't need a gun to deal with Wilde. Ray reminds him that Wilde is not the same idealistic kid who once wanted to be Moon Knight's partner. Now, he's nothing more than a crazed cyborg.
Moon Knight tracks down Midnight to the original Midnight's underground hideaway. Midnight appears wearing a version of Moon Knight's costume. His cyborg nurse assistant and he attack Moon Knight and quickly overwhelm him. Midnight straps Moon Knight face down onto the face of a large clock and begins cutting into his spine.
- This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for info.
- Moon Knight image gallery
- Moon Knight chronology page
- Moon Knight quotes page
- Iron Man appearances list
- Moon Knight Vol 1
- Moon Knight Vol 2
- Marc Spector: Moon Knight Vol 1
- Moon Knight: Resurrection War #1-4
- Moon Knight: High Strangers #1-4
- Moon Knight (Volume 3) #1-up
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Moon Knight article at Wikipedia
- Moon Knight article at Marvel Universe
- Moon Knight article at Don Markstein's Toonopedia
- Ultimate Moon Knight resource
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