The twenty-sixth issue of the book features two stories, one by the regular creative team of Doug Moench and Bill Sienkiewicz and the second by Dennis O’Neil and Keith Pollard. The first deals with a man who creates a trail of violence which ends in a battle with our cowled crusader. Though he is to blame, the man was abused when he was little and such is the reason for the violence as his abuser, his father has died and his feelings are all over the map. The second story has Moon Knight investigating the reasons for a series of bombings aimed at cab drivers. MK of course gets to the bottom of it, though not without getting into a few scrapes along the way. This was a decent issue, not the greatest by far with the first part of the book trying a little something new in the way the story was told and the second part of the book taking a more traditional aspect. After a number of strong issues, this particular one was a bit of a letdown. It was not that bad, but just did not have the suspense or excitement that the book had been sporting up to this point.
3 out of 5