If I remember correctly, I picked up a few issues of something he appeared in back in the late 1980's or early 1990's. Maybe it was even a graphic novel collection. I was a fairly avid collector for a time, but as the rising costs of books became untenable I just gave it all up cold turkey. Anyway, I don't remember being all that intrigued with the character, and maybe I was even a bit confused over what he could do, how he fit into the world as created, and what the limits of his abilities were. (This wasn't an origins tale; that much I recall.) So I didn't follow along with subsequent tales. Such is the nature sometimes in being a fan. But I will say this: if anyone out there who reads this space has a recommendation for a graphic novel involving the character, either leave it in the comments below or drop me a message through the 'contact' page at the site as I'd be interested in boning up my knowledge through a quality experience.
I will say that I'm glad Marvel is continuing a tradition it began with shows on Netflix of introducing some of the characters in its rich pantheon via their streaming series. I think it's a fabulous platform to give some of these heroes a bit more face time than in the typical stand-alone two-hour origins flick that also has to develop a villain; I know I'm in the minority here, but there's something to be said for tales that truly focus on a superhero instead of split-screening a singular source of evil. I get the whole protagonist/antagonist format is kinda/sorta a requirement; I guess I'm a bloke who appreciates more backstory as it helps me better understand individuals.
But I digress ...
I see that Moon Knight is getting some exposure via a streaming series on Disney+. The trailer dropped, and I think it poses more questions than it does truly promote tuning in, especially for non-Marvel folks such as myself. Who knows? That might be because producers are leaving the really good stuff for the show, and they'd rather have you showing up blind as opposed to having a slim expectation. Whatever the case, the two-minute promotion is here, and I'm happy to share it below. You folks know what to do.
As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!