Marvel’s Moon Knight has become a huge hit because of the superhero’s mind-blowing stunts, high-level combat ability, and unique personality. Some people are even devising their own theories on how the character might fit into the world that is expected to be seen in the ongoing phase 4. One thing we do know is that there are plenty of heroes in this universe who would most likely love having him as their partner. With that being said, here’s a list of 5 MCU heroes Moon Knight should partner with next –
Moon Knight Should Partner With Daredevil
Moon Knight is known for working with forces from Egyptian mythology. At the same time, Moon Knight is also a street-level vigilante. In this regard, the Marvel superhero has some absolute similarities with DC’s Batman. Thus, a team-up between Daredevil (Batman’s equivalent) and Moon Knight would allow for a dynamic that could be comparable to pulpy stories in the vein of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Marc Spector is often a hero who finds himself matched up against enemies beyond the level of most heroes. On the other hand, Doctor Strange himself cannot withstand everything going on in New York and ultimately needs the help of heroes around the world. These two seem to be the most likely candidates to form a bond at some point in the future of the MCU and would give fans a lot of Batman/Superman-like moments.
Moon Knight Should Partner With Spider-Man
After Spider-Man: No Way Home, Spider-Man will no longer be connected with the Avengers. Of course, he can still interact with other heroes but this time he will have to do so without any of his usual contacts. In this regard, Moon Knight should definitely partner with the web-slinging superhero. Moreover, they both have shared common stories and crossovers in Marvel comics as well. Thus, it won’t be difficult for Marvel Studios to incorporate those things in the MCU.
There are rumors that Blade will make his MCU debut in the Moon Knight season 2. People have also speculated that he will be working with a team known as Midnight Suns who, like Morbius, fight against vampires and other dark-related creatures (and things—the undead is quite broad after all). Blade and Moon Knight even worked together previously in the comics, so it wouldn’t be hard to imagine these two doing so on-screen.
Moon Knight Should Partner With The Hulk
The character of Hulk was severely harmed by Marvel Studios regarding featuring Banner and the Hulk struggling with their duality in Avengers: Endgame. Apparently, Bruce Banner and his alter-ego have both faced many difficulties in their lives. In such an instance, characters like Moon Knight with Dissociative Identity Disorder (a form of Multiple Personality Disorder) may learn that despite their tormenting circumstances they are not alone in suffering. Just as Spector seeks to become a hero due to his personal struggles with mental illness, he can use this opportunity to help Banner change into the “better and controllable” version of himself.