We’ve seen some more of this in the first Moon Knight teaser, but one thing that remains interesting about this is that it’s unclear what sort of connection it will have to the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe. In the comics, Moon Knight has interacted with the Avengers on plenty of occasions, but lately he’s has a lot of run-ins with day-walking vampire hunter Blade.


Is it time for Mahershala Ali to show up in a Marvel thing in the flesh after his weird voiceover cameo in Eternals? Or maybe Marvel will acknowledge that the Moon Knight in the comics sometimes thinks he’s Wolverine and Hugh Jackman will strap on the claws one more time. That would be truly bizarre, but Moon Knight is the MCU’s best opportunity since WandaVision to get really freakin’ weird.

Moon Knight is coming to Disney+ on March 30. In addition to Oscar Isaac, it stars Ethan Hawke and May Calamawy.