A preview of Marvel’s Avengers Forever #3 features a female version of Moon Knight.

Moon Knight will be joining the Avengers of the Multiverse, but it’s not Marc Spector who wears the cape.

An overview for avengers forever #3 features a female version of the Fist of the Khonshu. Named Mariama Spector, it is unknown if she is related to the Moon Knight of Earth-616 or what role she will play in Jason Aaron and Aaron Kuder’s series.

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Outcome of the events of avengers #50, avengers forever finds Robbie Reyes/Ghost Rider transported to a dystopian Earth, where he must defeat the Multiversal Masters of Evil with the help of the Avengers of the Multiverse – Moon Knight, Vision, the Infinity Thing, Wonder Man, Deathlok and Tony Stark, who, in this universe, is an archaeologist donning the Ant-Man suit.


Those looking for less multiversal madness have plenty of opportunities to follow the adventures of the classic Moon Knight in March and April. Ongoing by Jed Mackay and Alessandro Cappuccio Moon Knight the series continues with issue #9 on March 2. Meanwhile, The reign of the devil the crossover event continues on March 9 with the one-shot Devil’s Reign: Knight of the Moon #1, which finds Marc Spector imprisoned in the high-tech Myrmidon. Finally, the anthology series Moon Knight: Black, White and Blood will begin its four-issue series with an alumni story x-men writer Jonathan Hickman on April 13.


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Full solicitation and preview for avengers forever #3 is below. The issue is written by Jason Aaron, with pencil by Aaron Kuder, ink by Cam Smith and Scott Hanna, color by Guru-eFX, and lettering by Cory Petit. It hits comic book stands on March 2.


AVENGERS FOREVER #3

  • JASON AARON (W) • AARON KUDER (A/C) • VARIANT COVER BY ED MCGUINNESS
  • WAR FOR THE WASTELANDS!
  • Tony Stark, the Invincible Ant-Man. Robbie Reyes, a Ghost Rider like no other across the multiverse, always changing, always becoming who he was always meant to be. A Deathlok who refuses to die. A brutally two-fisted Wonder Man. A half-constructed vision. The infinity thing. Together, they are everything that passes for Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in a world overrun by the Black Skull. But on this day, a day like no other, they will have to suffice.
  • 32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99







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Source: Marvel Comics

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