Doug Moench's run set the initial framework for other writers to follow when it came to Moon Knight having multiple personalities, and it introduced many of the other characters still seen today. Reading these first few comics will also allow viewers to develop a good baseline of what to expect.
The six standalone stories that make up "From the Dead" will allow readers to see Moon Knight maintain his otherworldly status on the streets of New York, as the illustrations keep him stark white against the grungy darkness of the Big Apple. Readers will also be introduced to Mr. Knight and Khonshu.
Every hero has a weakness, and "Moon Knight" #1-14, written by Jeff Lemire, focuses on the title character facing his. Opening in a psychiatric institution, the new version of the series builds on itself by taking the readers on a journey of discovery through Marc Spector's mental health struggles.
"Ultimate Spider-Man" Volume 18: Ultimate Knights provides us with a look at Moon Knight teaming up with the likes of Daredevil, Shang-Chi, Doctor Strange, and, of course, Spider-Man. They could very well get together in a future MCU production, and this comic offers a glimpse at the potential future of the franchise.
"Moon Knight Vol. 1: The Midnight Mission" establishes the character as a man torn between his own spirituality, his mental health, and a desire to help victims of the darkness. In this run, Marc Spector opens a mission to house those who have seen the monstrous and horrible.