The 1st episode of Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight, titled “The Goldfish Problem,” was published on March 30th, 2022. Recollections of an earlier life and power outages plague Steven Grant, a pleasant gift store clerk, in this series. A split personality disorder causes Steven to share his physique with Marc Spector, who was hired as a bodyguard. They should learn more about Steven/complex Marc’s personalities while also uncovering a deadly truth among Egypt’s powerful divine powers as their enemies unite with them. Don Perlin and Doug Moench penned the script for this dark comedy with elements of mystery and terror. After the first episode, the series’ fans are giddy with anticipation for what’s to come in episode 2.
The winner is a bumbling Englishman that works in a souvenir shop. His body holds another figure, a Jewish-American mercenary named Marc Spector, a conduit for the Egyptian moon deity Khonshu. “The Goldfish Problem” doesn’t sound right of this, but rather references to it repeatedly. If you’ll excuse the examination, it points to Venom. When he finds Arthur Harrow conducting a secret meeting and others demanding that he give up a scarab, things start to become interesting for him again. The next two days, he wakes up perplexed because his goldfish has grown an additional blade. When he returns to his apartment, he discovers a phone and receives a communication from Layla, who is taking care of Steven under the guise of Marc. The notional tale makes an appearance in the historical center when Arthur unleashes the Ammit creatures, forcing Marc to seize over from Steven as leader.
Epic events are being planned by the producers. In contrast, the aim is to distribute the episodes in installments. New Moon Knight episodes are scheduled to air on Wednesdays, and there’ll be six in all. On April 6th, 2022, Disney+ will air Moon Knight Episode 2. As a result, the next episode will have even more action, suspense, and thrills.