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MOON KNIGHT Episode 6 Breakdown & Ending Explained Spoiler Review | Easter Eggs & Things You Missed
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MOON KNIGHT Episode 6 Breakdown & Ending Explained Spoiler Review | Easter Eggs & Things You Missed. We review, recap and explain episode 6 episode of Moon Knight on Disney Plus. This contains easter eggs, theories, spoilers and a breakdown of the events and behind-the-scenes leaks on the Marvel property. We also discuss the Khonshu, Moon Knight’s History in the comics, Jake Lockley Ammit and Arthur Harrow.
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You can try to resist try to hide from my fist, but you know, but you know that you, can’t fight the Moon Knight. Welcome to the Heavy Spoilers show, we are now at the end of Moon Knight and throughout this video we’re gonna be breaking down all of Episode 6. It’s filled with easter eggs, comic callbacks and we also wanna talk about the rumours of what could be happening next.
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With that out the way, thanks for clicking this, now let’s get into Moon Knight Episode 6.
Ok so first off I wanna talk about how this entire journey throughout the season was actually foreshadowed all the way back in Episode 1. Steven’s fishtank contained a number of items in it and now knowing what we know these have pretty much set up the entire series. There was the pyramid of Gisa from episode 3, then a journey into a head for episode 4 which could be Duat, the ship in episode 5, followed by the temple of Khonshu and lastly the gates of Osiris.
Really great foreshadowing and this series has been filled with it also in regards to the Moon. Throughout, everytime it’s appeared we’ve had different phases of it and this all comes to a head in the entry when we get Arthur and Moon Knight having their final showdown in front of a full one.
The episode is titled Gods and Monsters which has a lot of meanings. This phrase has been used in a tonne of things including a Lana Del Rey song and also a 1998 movie starring Ian Mckellan. This followed the director of the Bride and Bride of Frankenstein in his last days before his death. He watched his life slipping away before him, realising it was the end. In the Lana Del Rey song Gods are the people we worship such as celebrities and public figures with the monsters being drugs, temptation and evil.
Here it feels a lot more literal with the Gods being the figureheads and the monsters being what both Harrow and Marc were turned into in being their avatars. Harrow of course was formerly Khonshu’s and he has spent the series in many ways repenting because of what the God made him do and also because he enjoyed it.
Come the end of the episode he’s tied up in hospital with Ammit bound to him and this is why Khonshu orders his murder so that the god is finally gone.
Now the episode opens fittingly with the song The End by Earl Grant which recounts the closing of a chapter but how love perserves past this and that it doesn’t really end.
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