‘Moon Knight’ Episode Runtimes Revealed
With the highly anticipated series just ten days away, fans have a better idea of just what awaits them as the Moon Knight episode runtimes have been revealed.
There are few Marvel characters in the decade-plus existence of Marvel Studios that have warranted the kind of anticipation, amidst his enigmatic persona, then the impending Moon Knight
One of the most interesting characters in Marvel lore, Moon Knight is the vigilante persona of one Marc Spector; a former mercenary who suffers from a dissociative identity disorder.
The character finds his greatest struggle within his own mind, facing a convoluted perception of reality that forces him to question what’s real and what a figment of his own mental illness.
Things get all the more complicated when the Egyptian deity names Khonshu- the moon god- grants Spector the powers of the Moon Knight, a vigilante dedicated to protecting the innocent and apprehending the unjust.
The only big issue is, Marc’s difficulty differentiating what is real gets pretty indiscernible when he begins to see giant skeletal creatures granting him superhuman abilities.
Many fans were uncertain as to what parts of Marc’s story will be covered in the impending Disney+s series that is now just ten days away, and with Moon Knight episode runtimes revealed, it appears as though we’re getting as much Spector and Moon Knight as we can handle.
Reported by The Direct’s Julia Delbel– who received access to the first four episodes via early access for review purposes- noted the runtimes for those episodes are as follows.
- Episode 1: 45 minutes
- Episode 2: 50 minutes
- Episode 3; 50 minutes
- Episode 4: 51 minutes
This is fantastic news for Moon Knight fans, as the longer runtimes will allow the showrunners and creators to really dig deep into the vast lore of the character, and explore the facets that make him so intriguing from a narrative perspective.
With six episodes looming, it seems as though Disney+ is continuing its trend of its various MCU series containing around six hours of storytelling; something that should greatly benefit Moon Knight’s interesting story that requires more time for deeper exploration.