Marvel Knights is an imprint of Marvel Comics. In the Publishing Industry, an imprint can refer to two different things It can mean a Brand name under which a work is published Marvel Comics is an American comic book company owned by Marvel Publishing Inc Dealing with more mature themes than the regular imprint, it is not intended for children. CHILD syndrome (or congenital hemidysplasia with ichthyosiform erythroderma and limb defects) is a genetic disorder However, it does not deal with the adult themes touched on by the MAX imprint. MAX is an Imprint of Marvel Comics for adult audiences launched in 2001 after Marvel broke with the Comics Code Authority and established its own The imprint originated in 1998 when Marvel outsourced four titles (Black Panther, Daredevil, The Punisher and The Inhumans) to Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti's company Event Comics; Event hired the creative teams for the Knights line while Marvel published them. The Black Panther ( T'Challa) is a Fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe who is the first modern Black Daredevil is a Fictional character that appears in Comic books published by Marvel Comics. The Punisher ( Frank Castle) is a fictional Antihero that appears in the Comic books published by Marvel Comics. The Inhumans are a fictional race of Superhumans created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. Joseph "Joe" Quesada (born December 1 1962) is an American Comic book editor writer and artist James "Jimmy" Palmiotti is an Italian American writer of various Comic books games and film The imprint has since been folded back into Marvel's standard methods of publication and is used to single out Marvel's "edgier" titles.
In early 2006, Quesada, who had since become Marvel's editor-in-chief, announced that all ongoing titles under the Marvel Knights banner would move to the Marvel Universe imprint and that Marvel Knights would now contain high profile limited series that are set outside of Marvel continuity. In Fiction, continuity (also called time-scheme) is consistency of the characteristics of persons plot, objects places and events seen by the reader or After this change, many of the series which had formerly carried the Marvel Knight's banner had it removed, distinguishing them from the new, non-canon materials. This change began with Daredevil #82, along with Black Panther #14, Moon Knight #1, Squadron Supreme #1 and Wolverine #42. Daredevil is a Fictional character that appears in Comic books published by Marvel Comics. The Black Panther ( T'Challa) is a Fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe who is the first modern Black Moon Knight ( Marc Spector) is a Fictional character appearing in Comic books published by Marvel Comics. The Squadron Supreme is a team of Fictional characters and superheroes that appear in Comic books published by Marvel Comics. Marvel Knights Spider-Man became The Sensational Spider-Man with issue #23 and Marvel Knights 4 simply became 4 with issue #28. Sensational Spider-Man (vol 2 is the name of a Comic book series starring Spider-Man and Published monthly by Marvel Comics for
Fury: Peacemaker by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson was the initial limited series to launch from the redefined imprint in February 2006. Garth Ennis (born January 16, 1970 in Holywood, Northern Ireland) is an Irish Comics writer best known for the DC Darick W Robertson is an Artist from San Mateo, California, United States. This was followed up with Silver Surfer: Requiem by J. Michael Straczynski and Esad Ribic (2007), Spider-Man: Reign by Kaare Andrews (late 2006), Ghost Rider: Trail of Tears by Garth Ennis and Clayton Crain (2007), and Captain America: The Chosen (September 2007). Joseph Michael Straczynski (born July 17, 1954) known professionally as J Kaare Andrews is a Comic book Writer and Artist and filmmaker born in Canada. Clayton Crain is an American Comic book artist, who primarily uses Digital painting techniques in his art
“These stand alone stories won’t just challenge readers to re-think their favorite Marvel legends," said Marvel Knights editor Axel Alonso. "Oftentimes, we’ll focus on characters that are off the beaten path—boiling these archetypes down to their cores. We want to build on the tradition of limited series like Ennis and Crain’s Ghost Rider, Frank Cho’s Shanna, the She-Devil and Robert Rodi and Ribic’s Loki -- each of which offered very distinct visions for Marvel characters, and each of which -- judging by sales numbers -- were embraced by fandom. ”
Joe Quesada: “Marvel Knights is the showcase for ‘evergreen events’ -- self-contained limited series that think outside the box, that challenge readers to re-think their favorite Marvel characters and re-evaluate the legends that surround them. In other words, Marvel Knights will be a place for top talent to work without constraints, and deliver the kind of product fans deserve!”
The Marvel Knights moniker was used as a nickname for Daredevil's Unnamed Super-Hero Team. Spider-Man Blue is a Comic book Limited series written by Jeph Loeb and the first illustrated by Tim Sale. Jamie Madrox, also called the Multiple Man, is a Fictional character, a Marvel Comics Superhero, associated with the X-Men The Punisher ( Frank Castle) is a fictional Antihero that appears in the Comic books published by Marvel Comics. The Sentry ( Robert "Bob" Reynolds) is a character that appears in the Fictional Marvel Universe. X-Statix was the name of a Fictional team of mutant Superheroes in Marvel Comics, specifically designed to be media superstars Daredevil/Bullseye The Target (also known as Daredevil The Target or Daredevil Bullseye) is an unfinished Limited series The team initially formed to combat the Asgardian Rock Troll Ulik, who had caused a massacre while searching for the mystical Ragnahorn. Ulik is a Fictional character that appears in Comic books published by Marvel Comics.
In 2004, Marvel Comics held a fifth-week event called Marvel Knights 2099 which took place in the future on an alternate world (Earth-2992) that was not identical to the alternate Marvel Universe on Earth 928 featured in the 1990s Marvel 2099 books. Daredevil is a Fictional character that appears in Comic books published by Marvel Comics. The Black Widow is the name of two fictional super-spy characters in the Marvel Comics universe. Cloak and Dagger ( Tyrone "Ty" Johnson & Tandy Bowen) are a fictional Comic book Superhero duo in the Marvel Comics Luke Cage, born Carl Lucas and also called Power Man, is a fictional Superhero appearing in Comic books published by Moon Knight ( Marc Spector) is a Fictional character appearing in Comic books published by Marvel Comics. Shang-Chi ( is a Marvel Comics character often called the "Master of Kung Fu " "MMIV" redirects here For the Modest Mouse album see " Baron von Bullshit Rides Again " A fifth week event is a novelty Comic book promotion Comic publishers schedule releases in four-week cycles Marvel 2099 is a Marvel Comics imprint begun in 1993, that explores one possible future of the Marvel Universe.
The Ultimate version of Marvel Knights makes its debut in Ultimate Spider-Man #106. Ultimate Spider-Man is a Superhero Comic book series published by Marvel Comics. After Shang-Chi makes an unsuccessful attack on the Kingpin he is recruited by Daredevil to help bring down the Kingpin for good. Shang-Chi ( is a Marvel Comics character often called the "Master of Kung Fu " Later, Daredevil, as Matt Murdock, meets Spider-Man and asks him to join the group, with the plan of killing the Kingpin. Spider-Man objects to killing, and the group agrees to let Moon Knight, under the persona of Ronin join the Kingpin's employ. Moon Knight ( Marc Spector) is a Fictional character appearing in Comic books published by Marvel Comics. Ronin, in comics, may refer to ''Ronin'' (DC Comics, a DC graphic novel by Frank Miller Ronin (Marvel Comics, a Marvel Comics Ronin forcibly brings Spider-Man to the Kingpin as a captive. After revealing that he knows that Ronin is Moon Knight, Kingpin has him beaten nearly to death, and lets Spider-Man leave with the knowledge that one of the Knights is a traitor.
After a bomb destroys the law offices of Matt Murdock, Iron Fist is revealed as the traitor, though only because Kingpin threatened his daughter. Iron Fist ( Daniel Rand) is a Fictional character, a Comic book Superhero in the Marvel Comics universe, and a practitioner Iron Fist is sent back to Kingpin to distract him while Daredevil tries to kill his comatose wife. In Medicine, a coma (from the Greek koma, meaning deep sleep is a profound state of Unconsciousness. After a standoff between Daredevil, Kingpin, and Spider-Man, Kingpin agrees to leave the country in exchange for his wife's safety, but he secretly and furiously plots to have Daredevil killed, Dr. Strange's hands broken and Spider-Man's school blown up. Meanwhile, Moon Knight goes to the police, reveals his secret identity, and says that Kingpin tried to kill him, which gives the police enough to arrest Kingpin on attempted murder charges. At the end of the arc there are brief images of the team going about their separate ways: Shang-Chi catches a train out of town, Iron Fist returns to his daughter, Dr. Strange goes back to his sanctum and Daredevil berates himself at a church.
Ultimate Knight members include Daredevil, Doctor Strange, Shang-Chi, Iron Fist and Moon Knight. Daredevil is a Fictional character that appears in Comic books published by Marvel Comics. Doctor Strange is a Fictional character, a Comic book sorcerer and Superhero in the. Shang-Chi ( is a Marvel Comics character often called the "Master of Kung Fu " Iron Fist ( Daniel Rand) is a Fictional character, a Comic book Superhero in the Marvel Comics universe, and a practitioner Moon Knight ( Marc Spector) is a Fictional character appearing in Comic books published by Marvel Comics.
In Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, Marvel Knights is considered a team bonus if you have any combination of the following characters on your team: Black Panther, Daredevil, Dr. Marvel Ultimate Alliance is an Action role-playing game released in 2006 Strange, Luke Cage, Spider-Man, and Moon Knight.