ThMarvel Brings Back Moon Knight's Ultra-Dangerous Brother e deadly twisted brother of Marvel's latest Supreme Wizard Moonknight is about to face the Shadows Knight.

Strange #3 (by Jed MacKay, Marcelo Ferreira, Roberto Poggi, Don Ho, Java Tartaglia and Cory Petit from VC) sees Clea horribly attack a supernatural group known as

the Blasphemy Cartel. Clea is removing more than a dozen members of the cartel after the cartel's recent attacks under his care as The Earth's new High Sorceress.

This brings to the attention of the cartel's enigmatic leader, director None. No one will decide that Clegg's threat is too damaging to his own plans.

While this future threat is directly intended within the subject, the preview for Strange #4 shows Agent Lazarus has nothing but long lost shadows.

It was first seen on the Hulk pages of 1979 by Doug Moench and Bill Sienkiewicz in his book Nights Born Ten Years Ago! #17, Randall Spector was

It was first seen on the Hulk pages of 1979 by Doug Moench and Bill Sienkiewicz in his book Nights Born Ten Years Ago! #17, Randall Spector was

Marc Spector/Moon Knight's younger brother. Although the two are close, Randall's silent hatred for his brother and his will will will lead him to kill

the woman Mark had romantically engaged with. When Mark found out what had happened, he hunted Randall and nearly killed him in a grenade.

Randall later returned with cia agent Sandahl Swarn. It turned Randall into a Knight of the Shadows, an even darker antithesis of the moon knight.

During the battle between the two in Shadowland: Gregg Hurwitz's Moon Knight #3 and Bong Dazo, The Knight of Shadows,

were killed by his brother, saved countless lives and fulfilled his promise to the patron god Honshu in the process.