Moon Knightthe latest Marvel series on Disney +, became an unusual combination of action and mystery which dazzled the fans. So much so that a good part of the script played with that eventuality. In fact, for its final chapter, the production has even had the audacity to leave an enigmatic message with the naked eye. A kind of fascinating game of mirrors and symbols that the fans have received enthusiastically.
Everything has happened during a crucial scene in the season finale. Entitled “Gods and Monsters”, the chapter amazed much of the audience for its ambitions. And especially, for his elegant and well choreographed fight scenes. One of the most interesting takes place in one of the streets of Cairo, in which Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac) fights with Harrow (Ethan Hawke). But the most interesting thing is that during the long sequence, the show left a kind of hidden message that surprised Middle Eastern fans.
While Marc was fighting in the streets of the city, and the god Khonshu did the same with the goddess Ammit above, a message in Arabic can be read on the walls. So conspicuous as to immediately draw the attention of the audience. When translating the pint into highly visible black characters, it reads: “Khonshu lives.” Immediately, several fans of the series translated the phrase and commented on their discovery through Twitter.
Moon Knight: A Hero in a Muslim World
moon knight he has distinguished himself by placing considerable interest in the ethnic aspects of his story and character. In fact, the series has been praised for taking into consideration not only the ethnic context surrounding Marc, but also the way in which Egyptian beliefs and mythological heritage relate to the central plot of the premise. The research and attention to detail resulted in a series with double meanings and interpretations. But also, deeply respectful of the culture the character is trying to portray.
The subtle celebration of the Egyptian god’s return is also a demonstration of the character’s importance as part of Marvel’s idea of magic. It’s not just a power source.
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It is both a powerful connection to the mystery and the most enigmatic side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Unlike other pantheons such as the Norse, incorporated into the franchise’s arguments, the Egyptian keeps its distance from explanation. In addition, it is directly related to the idea of historical legacy.