The following contains spoilers for Moon Knight: Black, White, and Blood #1.on sale now from Marvel Comics.
Spider-Man/Peter Parker is gearing up for the X-Men’s annual Hellfire gala, and he’s got some new clothes he’ll be showing off thanks to Moon Knight.
Moon Knight: Black, White and Blood is a new anthology series from Marvel providing fans with standalone stories featuring the Fist of Khonshu. Included in Moon Knight: Black, White and Blood #1 is a story — “So White. Yet, So Dark” by Murewa Ayodele and Dotun Akande — where Marc Spencer/Moon Knight teams up with Spider-Man/Peter Parker.
Peter first comes to Moon Knight asking for a favor, which Moon Knight only accepts after Spider-Man says he will help him on a mission to stop some villains who are transporting a Crimson Beetle to a location. unknown. The team is doing relatively well, with the two retrieving the scarab without any serious incidents. After the mission is complete, Spider-Man opens a box given to him with Mr. Knight’s white suit jacket to wear to the Hellfire gala. “It’s so white,” comments Peter. “Yet so dark.”
Moon Knight and Spider-Man part ways, but Moon Knight is later visited by another superhero. Deadpool shows up saying he wants to borrow a costume too, but Spencer responds to the request with a “No!” hard and firm.
Spider-Man and a number of other Marvel heroes will travel to the mutant island of Krakoa for the second annual X-Men event at X-Men: Hellfire Gala #1, which comes out July 13 from Marvel. The synopsis for the one-shot reads: “At last year’s Hellfire gala, fans were mesmerized by jaw-dropping fashion moments, from Emma Frost’s dazzling trio of Dauterman-designed pieces to the unforgettable look of Colossus by artist Lucas Werneck,” Marvel said of X-Men: Hellfire Gala #1. “This year will be no different – only this time mutants won’t be the only ones making fashion statements! The Hellfire Gala will be a night full of repercussions for the entire Marvel Universe, and heroes of all corners will be present.”
Moon Knight: Black, White and Blood #1 features two additional stories, “Anubis Rex” and “The End,” by Jonathan Hickman, Chris Bachalo, Marc Guggenheim, and Jorge Fornés. The issue is written by VC’s Cory Petit, with cover art by Bill Sienkiewicz and alternate cover art by Bachalo, Jeff Dekal, Stan Sakai, and Emi Fujii. The issue is on sale now from Marvel.
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