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Action Figures





Marvel Universe: Moon Knight
2010 by Hasbro Toys

The new Hasbro line of Marvel Universe 3 3/4" figures has rapidly become one of the best and most comprehensive Marvel toy series ever made. It has featured some of the most obscure characters, but unlike previous toy lines, there aren't many stock molds. These characters have an epic number of articulation points, and often have great paint jobs. The Moon Knight figure is fantastic, it has a high quality paint job and he comes with both a staff and a crescent dart. The cape is a high quality stiff rubber mold, and his belt is a seperate peice glued to the figure. Like most of the figures from the Marvel Universe Line, the hyper posability makes it much harder to stand in a stable position. Expect this figure to fall down alot. Also, the accessories are easy to lose, so be careful.


 




Minimates:
Moon Knight

2009 by Diamond Select

Minimates are a unique kind of figure that resembles an oversized lego figure. They have multiple points of movement but a stylized rectangular shape. They often have good paint jobs and are relativley easy to pose. It was only a matter of time before Moon Knight got his own Minimate figure. When Diamond announced Wave 29, Moon Knight Fans rejoiced knowing that they would have another figure to add to their selection. Moon Knight comes packed with the Armored Daredevil figure. Although they retailed for around $8 originally, Minimates have a tendancy to get expensive quick. Expect to pay over $20 to get ahold of this one now. The figure is very well constructed, and the paint job is great. He comes with his his cestuses and a rigid cape.


 







Marvel Legends:
Moon Knight

2007 by HASBRO

Shortly After Hasbro took over all toy production for Marvel Action Figures, Moon Knight fans were rewarded with a Legends rendition of the Jet and Silver Avenger! Moon Knight is part of the Modok series (comes with Modoks arm) and is easily the best Moon Knight figure ever made. He has a black paint Job, white boots, gloves, and cape. The cape is made of a flexible rubber, & the accessories include nunchucks and a staff. Their is also a Silver Painted Variant of the figure. Expect to pay considerably more for this variant.

 




Diamond Select:
Moon Knight

2006 by Diamond Select Toys

Hot on the heals of the brand new '06 Moon Knight comic comes this amazing figure from Diamond Select Toys. It is obviously modeled heavily after the initial artwork of the new series, down to the new seem in the hood. The figure sports adequate posability, as well as a flexable rubber cape. The figure is painted a smoky white/grey, and comes with 2 rubber crescent dart accessories. Like most Select figures, it comes with a secondary set/figure for good measure. In this case it is a statue of his chosen diety, Khonshu. The sculpture, though not posable, is painted exquisitly, and also comes with a large (similarly painted) stone crescent floor.


 




Marvel Gold:
Moon Knight

1995 by ToyBiz

In 1995 Toy biz had a small line of figures devoted to less mainstream characters: Marvel Gold. This line included a mailaway offer for an exclusive Moon Knight action Figure. The figure is based off of a base model from toybiz, with a simple white paint job. The belt and cape are made of a plastic-cloth. There are no accessories for the figure. The figure's posability is limited (like most toybiz figures of the time. It stands as the first regularly sized Moon Knight action figure.


 




Marvel Universe:
Moon Knight

1994 by Toy Biz

This is arguably the first Moon Knight Action figure ever made. It was in the 10" Marvel Universe line of figures. It was made out of a basic ToyBiz spider-man model, and features a cloth cape. The paintjob is mostly white, with gold armbands and logo. It is interesting, considering that no costume like this ever really appeared in a comic book.

 



Busts


Bowen:
Moon Knight

1998? by Bowen Designs

Bowen Designs has become famous amungst comic fans for producing some of the most visually appealing statues for the popular market. His renditions of characters brought them to reality long before the Movie craze ever had the chance. Thankfully, Bowen descided to create a Moon Knight bust, and the results were(and still are) Amazing! It is a primarily white paintjob, with a dark grey mask, and Grey/Blue highlights.

 


Diamond:
Moon Knight

2006 by Diamond Select

There must be alot of Moon Knight fans working at Diamond select, because in 2006 alone they released A killer actionfigure, as well as a gorgeous styalized statue. This statue features one of the most unique bases I have ever seen, and the statue itself keeps to a curvacious crescent shape. Its a bit larger and heavier than its Bowen rival, but infinitley more dynamic in its structure. It has a very white paintjob, with a black mask, and light blue highlights.

 


Gentle Giant:
Moon Knight

2013 by Gentle Giant

This well crafted Moon Knight bust features Moon Knight holding one of his Crescent Darts. The paint job portrays his costume as predominantly white, with a black mask, and a crease down his cowl. Listed at $70, it is the most expensive Bust to date, but definitley looks fantastic.

 



Statues


Bowen:
Moon Knight

2006 by Bowen Designs

Bowen designs finally got around to a full size moon Knight statue in late '06. This likeness of the character was sculpted by the Kucharek Bros. The dynamic statue is taller than most full sizes, mainly because of its overly tall base. The form and shape is very similar to that of the Bowen Bust, and they fit nicely together. The paint job is a dark silver form, that is very shiny. However, for the traditionalists out there, there is a white and light blue variant of the statue, but its hard to find because of its limited run.

 




Misc


Toon Tumblers
Moon Knight

2008 by Toon Tumblers

Recently a wave of awesome Pint glasses came out of the Toon Tumblers Line. Thankfully Moon Knight made the cut, and you can now have a frosty beverage from the fist of Khonshu.


HeroClix:
Moon Knight

2005 by HeroClix

Collectible games come and go in waves. One of the more recent crazes was the HeroClix craze. This featured mini statues of characters, that had values in their base, that were changeable with a click noise. Moon Knight made an appearance in 3 identicle forms, with the color of the base being the only difference. The game's popularity has died down considerably, but these little figures are cool none-the-less



Bonkazonks:
Moon Knight

2012 by Hasbro

This peice is part of a collectible battle game in which the peices are a variation of spinning tops. These are usually packaged discretly in groups of 2, making it near impossible to find Moon Knight without opening the package.


T Shirt:
w/ Moon Knight

?

Wear You Some Moon Knight! Like much of this obscure merchandice, when, who, and where of this product is a mystery to me. But check it out anyway.


Enamel Pin:
w/ Moon Knight

?

This peice is a mystery. I don't know who made it, or when, or even how to get one. But check it out.

Marvel Stickers:
w/ Moon Knight

1987?

Late in the 80's, Marvel had a stickers set created featuring many of its superheroes, amung which was Moon Knight. Information on this set is scarce.

 

Spider-Man Chess:
w/ Moon Knight

2005 by Sota Toys

In 2006 Sota toys released a unique Pewter Spider-man chess set. Each peice is a different character. On the good guys side, the knight is played by, you guessed it, Moon Knight. Its amazing, yet dont expect to find it for less than $399.99 Sheesh!



Cards


Moon Knight
2005 by Upper Deck

Upper Deck has recently released a cardgame called VS. These collectible cards contain a plethora of marvel heroes, including our favorite, Moon Knight. This particular card was originally found in an Issue as Wizard magazine as a promo.



Overpower:
Moon Knight

1997?

During the 90's, the major comic related card game was Overpower. This series had almost every character in marvel commited to a card, and also had a unique form of play. It is no longer made (or played, really).



Fleer Marvel:
Moon Knight

1995 by Fleer

This was the final Moon Knight card in the Fleer line of marvel collectors cards. It is based heavily based on Stephen Platt's work done on the last few issues of Vol.3



Flair:
Moon Knight

1994 by Flair

Flair produced the 1994 series of Marvel Collectors cards. Like the Fleer version a year later, this one is artistically similar to the work of Stephen Platt.



Superheroes:
Moon Knight

1993 by Skybox

In 1993, Skybox produced the collectors card series for Marvel. This rendition was of Moon Knight during his armour faze in the comic.



SuperHeroes:
Moon Knight

1992 by Skybox

Skybox Produced the 1992 Superhero cards for marvel.



Flair:
Moon Knight

1991 by Flair

The 90's card craze was kickstarted by Flair with the 91 edition of their collectible super hero cards. Moon Knight was one of the heroes included in this set.

 
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