Meghan Kasperlik of Moon Knights reveals Easter eggs viewers didn't notice

Meghan Kasperlik of Moon Knights reveals Easter eggs viewers didn't notice ...

Fans are constantly combed through every single MCU film and TV show in search of the many Easter eggs that Marvel scatters throughout their projects.

Although not all of these Easter eggs are always picked up, Moon Knight costume designer Meghan Kasperlik revealed three that viewers missed during the Oscar Isaac-starring episode in an interview with Digital Spy.

The first of these Easter eggs revolves around the series' psychiatric hospital.

"Every one of the recurring characters has a little Easter egg placed inside it when Layla is in the mental institution," said Kasperlik.

"So Layla the leggings, the print that is on her leggings when she is Scarlet Scarab, we did that on her leg, on her sweatpants, in the mental institution. If someone looks really close, they can see that that's a mirrored print. So it's like: in his head, what has he seen in the mental institution that he's like, 'When are we seeing it later?'

Bertrand Crawley, who serves as Moon Knight's informant in the comics, is depicted as a street performer dressed as an all-gold living statue.

"We see that Crawley has the hat that he had when he was in London. He has the same hat that he's pulling the bingo balls out of. It's just white against gold," Kasperlik said.

The third Easter egg that was left is particularly cool and involves some creative filmmaking techniques. Again, it is in a scene in a psychiatric hospital. Kasperlik explains that although the TV show does not necessarily show this part explicitly, they did take it to heart.

"It's when [Arthur Harrow] walks away and has blood on his sandals. We put on the bottom of the sandals, built into the sole, there's a crocodile imprint on it. So when he walks away, there's an imprint in the blood of a crocodile," Kasperlik said.

Moon Knight is one of the better-received series from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with plenty of praise going to Oscar Isaac's double performances as Steven Grant and Marc Spector. The limited series ran for six episodes, although it is unclear if a second season will be released.

Moon Knight is now available on Disney+.