Moon Knight Gets Stunning Tokyo Ghoul Crossover Image from Sui Ishida

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There is little doubt that people are hyped up for Moon Knight after the latest episode was dropped on Wednesday. So it's no surprise that Marvel is eager to continue the hype with an awesome crossover art. Amazingly, Marvel had commissioned the new illustration from none other than Tokyo Ghoul creator Sui Ishida!

The Moon Knight x Tokyo Ghoul crossover art was shared by the Marvel Japan Twitter account. The illustration features Moon Knight side by side with Ken Kaneki. The tagline translates to "Clad in white madness," which is an obvious reference to the shared themes between the two franchises. Check it out below.

We're loving the new artwork as well as the reference to how similar Moon Knight and Tokyo Ghoul are in their own right. Needless to say, we're hoping to see more awesome illustrations celebrating the Marvel Cinematic Universe series.

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The latest episode of Moon Knight was an exciting one as Steven Grant and Marc Spector continue to track down Arthur Harrow and his followers. Episode 3 was also a heartbreaking one for fans as it finally introduced Anton Mogart, who is played by the late Gaspard Ulliel. Playing Midnight Man was Ulliel's final role before the tragic skiing accident earlier this year.

But what can we expect in Moon Knight next week? Things certainly looked dire for Steven and Marc as Khonshu was imprisoned by the other Egyptian gods in an ushabti. Will the personalities manage to regain consciousness and get out of harm's way? We'll find out for sure next Wednesday.

The latest episode of Moon Knight is titled The Friendly Type and is now streaming on Disney+. Episode 4 has not yet been given an official title. However, the next episode of Moon Knight is already scheduled to premiere on the streaming service on Wednesday, April 20, 2022.

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