Moon Knight Rules!!!! in Copper Age Comic Books Posted June 9, 2018 On 5/21/2018 at 4:05 PM, NoMan said: I'm reading the entire 1982 run. On #27 or so. It started off not so good. Bill S. art was ok, Doug M. writing was ok. I think I've said it before, not sure why they were not already up to speed having stories in WWBN and back up in Hulk magazine, but whatever. Around the time the book went to 75 cent cover price and comic store only distribution it's really started to get good. Bill s. artwork is really shinning through and you can see him grow as an artist (before he went totally went off the deep-end and was un-lookable so much so it distracts from story - think Electra Epic 8-issue limited series) Doug M stories are really picking up, too in fact so much so when a guest writer & artist step in the whole book just collapses. In previewing upcoming books I see Bill S. splits and no longer does interior art. We'll see.... Um, Elektra Assassin was ground breaking and acclaimed. Before that Sienkiewicz was something of an Adams clone. Elektra Assassin is a milestone.