Marvel’s latest MCU TV show, Moon Knight, has arrived. Did you catch these details?
Marvel’s latest Disney+ TV show, Moon Knight, has begun streaming with new episodes dropping on the platform every Wednesday for the next six weeks. The show features Oscar Isaac making his MCU debut (though certainly not his first superhero turn–sorry to remind you about X-Men: Apocalypse but if we have to remember it, so do you) as Steven Grant/Marc Spector/Moon Knight himself, a hero who suffers from a fictionalized form of dissociative identity disorder.
Moon Knight also holds the distinction as the first MCU TV show on Disney+ to focus on an entirely new character for the shared universe. In the first episode, you won’t spot a single familiar face–there aren’t even any clues about where or how this fits into the bigger MCU timeline just yet, though we’re sure those answers will start to become clearer as things progress. As such, there aren’t many big MCU Easter eggs to be found this time around, but there are some tiny details and hints toward the rest of the season you won’t want to miss.
We’ve compiled a list of six major clues, references, and nods to the bigger picture here in Moon Knight episode 1, The Goldfish Problem. Were you able to catch any others? Let us know in the comments below.