The author of Moon Knight explains how the suit manifests its weaponry

The author of Moon Knight explains how the suit manifests its weaponry ...

Moon Knight has a particularly warm fighting style, with his suit granting him superhuman strength and the ability to quickly heal fatal wounds. But perhaps the most enjoyable element is his Batarang-like crescent moon projectiles, which he draws from the centre of his chest to throw at evildoers.

Some particularly nitpicky enthusiasts have been wondering where these crescent moons come from. Marc Spector does not seem to have metalworking skills or equipment, and we never see him repurposing them after a battle.

Fortunately, when the question was asked during a chat with ComicBook.com, Jeremy Slater, a Moon Knight writer, was provided with a proper answer.

Yeah, I think it''s all supernatural, just a sort of magic, because the whole costume is sort of the manifestation of Khonshu powers. So my understanding is that he probably has a way to replenish those crescents, so that he does not have to jog across the battlefield after everyones unconscious and collect all of his little knives and toys. However, it''s also a technique that you must only explain that stuff once you have to to make an impact on the weeds.

So, don''t think about it too much. This applies to Mr. Knights escrima sticks, which he just pulls out from behind his back from apparently nowhere.

Fans are also wondering when they see Marc Spector, Steven Grant, and the surprise third character Jake Lockley again. Marvel Studios are keeping tight-lipped right now, though you have to imagine they will follow up on the dangling loose end of Jake and Khonshus''s sneaky loophole someday.

In a second season, in a Midnight Sons team-up, or as a guest appearance in another heros story, remains to be seen, although everybody is agreeing that we need more Oscar Isaac in the MCU as soon as possible.

Moon Knight is now available on Disney Plus.