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Moon Knight
Moon Knight (Earth-616)


RG op & Arkady

Oldest version

RG op & Arkady's version (2014)

Newest version

RG op & Arkady's version (2014)



The Moon Knight is a Marvel superhero and vigilante, who was also a brief member of West Coast Avengers. Born in Chicago, Illinois, Marc Spector is an American rabbi's wayward son, whose father fled Germany and became a refugee in the USA during WWII. He became a CIA agent and later a mercenary.

During one of his assignments at Sudan, he was fatally wounded by his partner Bushman, who left him for dead in the desert, but he managed to drag himself near to an idol of the god Konshu. Konshu talked to him, promising him a new life in exchange for his services, which he agreed. After exacting revenge on Bushman, Spector returns to New York and assumes the identity of Moon Knight. Despite not having superpowers, the Moon Knight is an skilled martial artist, marksman, weapons expert, detective and interrogator. Konshu briefly made him able to draw strength from the moon, which enhanced all of his skills to superhuman levels.

In M.U.G.E.N, Moon Knight was made by RG op & Arkady.

RG op & Arkady's versionEdit


Na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na... Moon Knight? RG op & Arkady's version uses Acey's Batman as a base, having both similar sprites and moves to it.

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